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7th and 9th chords are my favourite. They give a song a night-time, soulful quality and in themselves, you have everything you need for a song. You will probably find this easier than Someone Like You. However you will still need to get the technique of playing both melody and arpeggio on right hand. The

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The syncopation is something I have added for the Fm7 chord, to shake up the ploddy rhythm up a bit. From gunky to funky. In the verse the Fm7 becomes F7 which is a nice secret agent touch. Why? Minor to major progression always lifts a tune. You will find that Adele writes/sings in Cm

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Simple yet complex chord progression in this arpeggio-driven piece resulting in a baroque feel. It’s almost like a Bach fugue, so this song is perfect for piano. Here I am showing you how to crack it quickly and effectively in the Satsuma method of teaching and learning piano.You’ll probably find the verse a bit challenging

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A very simple but effective exercise in bassline composed of the two note chord structure which gives the ‘hook’ a tribal feel.This is a percussive song so you need to practise until your rhythm is perfect and regular. No speeding up or slowing down. Don’t get lost! Keep track of where you are and count

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