“Crazy” – Patsy Cline

Below is the lesson for “Crazy” by Patsy Cline.

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An aching love song that’s become a standard in country music. Originally penned by Willie Nelson, Patsy Cline’s recording went on to become the most played song in jukeboxes in the United States.

From a lesson standpoint, this is a pretty straightforward singing/strumming arrangement. But what makes it interesting to play is the unique chord progression, which includes:

1) Some cool-sounding jazz, 7th, and triad chord voicings.
2) A few barre chords, which are always great to practice.
3) Swung rhythm! Which gives the piece a playful feel.

This arrangement is perfect for those of you who wish to move beyond simple 4 chord songs.

Part 1 – Performance & Free Lesson

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