#1
Please forgive me for this question, but I was messing around on my guitar and I was playing a chord progression of D-G-C and it occured to me it sounded like the old Journey song "Stay Awhile". So, I looked it up and I forgot the other song right before this one which is "Good Morning Girl". I've tried to learn the Good Morning Girl song and I'm having a difficult time. Does anyone know this song? If so, please tell me how to play it.
Thanks,
Shane
#2
I have figured out a little about the verses. Each verse is using chords in a chromatic pattern. The first chord is a major triad on the second, third and fourth strings. The second chord is a minor7 without the root note (3rd, 4th & 7th) and it alternates between these two as you move backwards. This is not precise, but, it is close. These patterns start on the 10th, 11th, 12th and 13th frets and walk down. There is one verse that I havn't figured out it seems to regress on the 1st, 2nd and 3rd strings.

Any help would be appreciated,
Shane
#3
Hmm.. You should post this in musician talk
Unless, I have no idea sorry

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This was at least the wrong forum.

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