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Combination Progressions
(I-IV-I-V)

"Songwriters often put two or more progressions together to create new longer combination progressions. For example, combining the “C-F” basic with the “C-G7” folk progression creates the “C-F-C-G7” sequence used to write the sixteen-bar verse progression to Van Morrison’s 1967 hit Brown Eyed Girl as shown below." (Excerpt from Chord Progressions For Songwriters © 2003 by Richard J. Scott)

C / / / F / / / C / / / G7 / / /
C / / / F / / / C / / / G7 / / /
C / / / F / / / C / / / G7 / / /
C / / / F / / / C / / / G7 / / /

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Lessons

Basic & Folk Progressions (Olav Torvund)

Song Example

Suite: Judy Blue Eyes (MoneyChords)


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