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We have two choruses in our song, and we play the same steady rhythm guitar part for both. We only have one slight difference and that is how we end each chorus, which is simply the last bar of each chorus. The guitar is less up front and center during our chorus, playing more in the background to support to rest of the band with a steady eighth note rhythm.

The chord progression for our chorus is:

1x - || C - G - Bmi - C D - Emi - Bmi - C - Dsus4 D Ami/D ||
2x - || C - G - Bmi - C D - Emi - Bmi - C - Bsus4 B ||

You will be playing an eighth note rhythm that alternates between the bass note and higher strings that stays in the back and guides the rhythm along.

We end our first chorus switching to quarter notes playing our moving D chords, and will end the second chorus with a Bsus4 to B also using the same rhythm.
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