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Lift Me Higher: Chorus & Bridge Guitar 1


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In the chorus, we go to the relative minor. This makes the song more interesting for the listener. This change adds variety and really helps to build up the drama when the song title of song.

A relative minor key of any major key is the minor key that has the same key signature as the major. The root of the relative minor key is the sixth scale degree of the major key. B minor is the sixth scale degree of D, and they both have two sharps in their key signature. Because they share the same key signature, they are related hence the term "relative."

The bridge plays the same progression as the chorus only it is instrumental without vocals.
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