#1
I wanna play a lot of chord filled songs since I don't practise playing with chords much. Last night I was trying to play Patience, but the one problem I had was I couldn't change chords very fast, my hands weren't good at adjusting to the new finger positions...is this something practise will fix or is there something I should be trying to do get faster at this?

And can you guys recommend some songs that would be good to play for my girl, like patience? And a link for the correct version of it, I don't know which is a good one
#2
mayb raise your strap because if your strap is too low its harder to play
and just practice its hard to get used to (i thought the same thing when i first played standing up)
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#3
All it takes is time and practice. Before long, this technique will become mundane for you and you will move the threshold of your ability up to more difficult things.
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#4
Yeah a little bit of practice and you'll have chord changes down pretty easily.
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#5
Learn some Incubus, such as the acoustic version of Pardon Me. After I mastered that song, all chords seemed easier. I would recommend you learn Drive by them, first. Those have some tougher chords but there's only 5 chords in the whole song. It will definately help, though.