60 Second Lesson 206 - Piano Man

60-Second Lesson 206

Piano Man

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Piano Man's iconic chord progression is basically just a major scale in the left hand (with a G at the end to help loop back around to the beginning). The right hand chords are just C, F, and G, with the exception of a single D major chord. You just have to play the chord that has a corresponding note in the left hand. So all the Right/Left combos in order are: C/C, G/B, F/A, C/G, F/F, C/E, D/D, G/G. The second half is only slightly different: C/C, G/B, F/A, C/G, F/F, G/G. The whole thing ends on a C chord



Video Transcription:

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