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Now let's talk through the song form and break down the ending. In the previous lesson you learned how the chorus ends on that full strum of the G chord, and that's the case for the first two choruses.

For the 3rd chorus we keep strumming on that one and go into an extra repeat of the chorus. At the end of this chorus we once again hang on the V chord.

Now the outro is short and goes Am G F G and then end on a C. The tempo slows down a little bit during the last few chords.

Now if you want to incorporate a little bit of the orchestra magic in your your finger picking pattern you can play the top 4 strings for the F major chord with the high E string ringing open. This makes it an F major 7 chord.

Back to the G and then on the C we'll add the 2nd scale degree in the 3rd fret of the B-string with our pinky. Pick it for 2 beats, release, and then strum.
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