#1
When I try to come up with chord progressions, they usually just sound like some random chords that don't fit. How do you figure out the relationships and things or is it a skill you have to develop all on your own?
#2
Well usually you keep a pattern... many of the progressions could be blues progression and that means I, IV, and V... so if you have an A chord, then D and then E.. they could be minor or major, depending on what you need... .. if you keep up to the pattern you pick, like I III VI then it's a progression... .. you can use scales to pick notes that fill ya in...

btw progression itself you create as you please... some songs are as easy as just a D chord and A...
#4
you can't.
greenday has already used every possible progression EVEr.
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#7
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you can't.
greenday has already used every possible progression EVEr.


OK, find me the greenday song with a [Iaug iidim7, V11, viiM7, bIIIaugM7].

You will never find one, I just made that progression at random, and it probably sounds pretty bad, but it displays my point that greenday has not made every progression available into a song.