#1
e.g.

- I - IV - viio - iii - vi - ii - V - I (the circle progression)
- vi - IV - V - iii - IV - ii - IIIsus4 - III (last two chords are non-diatonic)

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#2
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#3
Quote by dhanifrohling
e.g.

- I - IV - viio - iii - vi - ii - V - I (the circle progression)
- vi - IV - V - iii - IV - ii - IIIsus4 - III (last two chords are non-diatonic)

Thanks
Uh, the second one is clearly in minor, and you'd analyze it as
i-VI-VII-v-VI-iv-V4-#
That's a simple harmonic alteration.

Do you listen to music? You can get ideas from existing music pretty easily.
#4
I | IV | I | V | I | IV | I V | I ("Gregory Walker")

I | V6/5/IV | IV | #IVo7 | I6/4 | V | I | I (Used at least in Rockin' All Over the World)

i | VII | i | V | III | VII | i V | i ("Passamezzo antico")


But yeah, just listen to music. Many songs have progressions that are 8 bars long.
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