Using Easy Two Chord Songs To Help Improve Rhythm
3 Chord Songs With The Same Chords Throughout
Radiohead’s “High and Dry” uses just the same chords throughout: F#m11, the Asus chord which is just an Em on the D and G strings, and E-E. The rhythm changes slightly on the verse, but it’s mostly the same progression throughout. However, the beginning bit is a little tricky.
The second of our 3 chord songs with the same chords throughout is “Sweet home Alabama” from Lynyrd Skynyrd which is also the same as “Werewolves of London” by Warren Zevon who’s music was popularised by Linda Ronstadt in the Seventies and also Kid Rocks song “All Summer Long” from 2008.
4 Chord Songs with the same chords throughout
This song is a 4 chord song by the Counting Crows called “Round Here” which only uses a C-D-Em-G progression.
How can you do a piece on 4 chord songs with the same chords throughout without mentioning the song written and preformed by Bob Dylan and covered by Hendrix “All along the Watchtower” uses a 4 chord progression of Am – G – F – G since the G chord is repeated it’s a 4 chord song with just 3 chords in a way so it’s one of the best songs to learn to help develop rhythm. Here is an interesting cover of “All along the Watchtower with Chords” and Harmonica from a YouTuber called Bob Tullip
What are your favourite songs with the same chords throughout?
Do you have a favourite song to play on guitar that uses the same chords throughout? it could be an easy one or a song using chords with a difficult chord voicing or ones you think are the best guitar songs to learn or practice regularly with the same progressions throughout let us know in the comments.