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Guitar #2 in the chorus sticks to the back beats, with the only exception being the sixteenth notes with the rest of the band. This simple part really holds the whole chorus together.

The chord progression is the same for each chorus, with Guitar #1 starting on G voicing the chord in second inversion just like the intro. This is followed by D voiced the same way as before for a bar, followed by another bar of G, followed by a full band hit on D on beat 2.

We then switch back to back beats for a bar on D, followed by our signature sixteenth note unisons hits on A and G. This is then followed by back beat hits on G for a bar, followed by hits on D on beat 2 and the & of 3 with the rest of the band.

We then repeat this same four bar phrase, with the exception of the last bar where we will just stick to hits on beats 2 and 4 on D. This is then followed by one more bar of unison rhythm from A to G.

Remember, this is played the same way each time the chorus comes around. After the third chorus, you will repeat the last two bars as the song fades out.
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