#1
Can anyone tell me what song(s) use this simple chord progression?

C, Am, D, G


It sounds extremely familiar to my ear and I feel like I should know it. Anyone?
#2
There have got to be at least a thousand songs that use that chord progression.


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#4
i know "Wish You Were Here" by Pink Floyd uses those chords if thats it?
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#5
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I know.... and I cant think of a single one at the moment


Neither can I.


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#7
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i know "Wish You Were Here" by Pink Floyd uses those chords if thats it?



It uses those chords, but not that particular progression.


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sounds a lot like 50s doo wop


I was thinking something like that too. It reminded me of an old Stevie Wonder song or something. Still cant think of any songs though...
#9
There are loads of songs that use the slightly different chord sequence C, Am, F, G 'Teenager in love' being an obvious one.
#11
Well, C - Am - Dm - G is your good old I - vi - ii - V. Easy way to start off major key tunes (my jazz band sometimes uses it). You just have a major II with the D, that's the difference.
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