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Jazz Progressions
(ii-V-I)

The "ii-V-I" Jazz Progression is the most common chord progression in jazz. Two examples of the use of jazz progressions in popular songs are shown below in the key of C.

I'd Really Love To See You Tonight (England Dan & John Ford Coley - 1976) verse progression

Dm7 / G7 / C / / /

It Never Rains In Southern California (Albert Hammond - 1972) verse/chorus progression

Dm7 / / / G7 / / / C / / / / / / /

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