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Next we're going to play the main rhythm guitar as it's heard in the choruses. The chord progression is the same, but we are going to add in an extra lick to help distinguish between the verses and the choruses. Here's some key points to help you through this:

1. The chord progression is the same for the choruses as it is for the verses.

2. The only difference between the verses and choruses is how you get into the C chord. You will do the same walk as you did in the intro, moving from A to B to the downbeat of C.

3. The first two choruses are played the same way. The third chorus has an outro section, that moves from D to G two times and then ends of the G. You will walk into the D chord from B to C to D each time to signal the outro.

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