grimms
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Join date: Sep 2007
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#1
I do Music in college, and I need to find a song that uses a 1-4-5 chord progression.

All I found was "Welcome to My Life" by Simple Plan

It's Punk... I want to find something more Hard Rock/Heavy Metal, but not too hard to play.

Give me some songs.
Thanks.
metal4all
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#2
Only thing i can think of isn't really hard rock but still rock...

"Wild Thing"-Jimi Hendrix

The tab says it goes: A-D-E5
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#3
Louie Louie by The Kingsmen. I think part of Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds is I-IV-V too.

And Simple plan isn't punk.
metal4all
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#6
Quote by rockinlespaul
Wild Thing isn't Jimi Hendrix's song. But does in fact go through a I IV V progression.

I didn't say it was. I know it isn't. I was suggesting his cover of it. Thanks though. (i hate when people don't know the difference between cover songs and originals)
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#11
Blitzkrieg bop in D?
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#12
im sure lots of blues songs would be
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#13
The majority of the beatles early songs are I IV V
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#14
It's not metal but Green Day's Good Riddance is I-IV-V
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#15
I IV V in D - Bad Moon Risin by CCR - also Up Around the Bend by CCR.

Used to Love Her - G'n'R - also I IV V in D.

Soooooo many songs that are entirely or mostly I IV V.

Easier to answer what songs *aren't* I IV V.

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#16
You could only find one? My god. There are thousands of songs that use I IV V.
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#18
Folsom Prison Blues by Johnny Cash has a I-IV-V progression....or should i say I-IV-V7


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