1-6-4-5 Chord Progression in C – as used by Rebecca Black

1-6-4-5 Chord Progression Groove theory Note if: C=1 F=4 G=5 A=6 Used by many many songs/songwriters

Author: blagmusic
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Published: 2008-04-13 14:20:30
1-6-4-5 Chord Progression in C – as used by Rebecca Black

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