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Okay now let's look at the second verse. We have six lines/phrases here, instead of five. There's only one that's "crooked", meaning it adds an extra bar, but there's some variation in other spots.

We start just like the first verse, with 2 bars of E and a bar each of C and D. The second line is also like the first verse; it's a "crooked" 5 bars long, playing E for 3 bars and again and bar each of C and D.

The third line in this verse is where there's one variation: we come to a stop on the E chord and mute our strums. Then we proceed as normal with bar each of C and D. Our fourth phrase is the same except we do not stop and mute on the E chord.

Our fifth phrase is 4 bars long, with a bar of E major then a bar of E minor, and again a bar each of C and D. Our last line is our now familiar C, D, and 2 bars of E.
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