Blues (quick change)

I  IV  I  I  IV  IV  I  I  V  IV  I  I 

This common pattern sits on chord I  for just one bar, before heading to the IV chord.  The backing track below is in the key of A.



Example songs using  Blues progression starting with one bar of chord I


Driftin’ Blues - Eric Clapton 

This on’es in E, so E, A, B  and their 7th chords can be used. 

Verse Bars 1-12:  Chords  E  A  E  E  A  A  E  E  B  A  EA  EB 

Last two bars have two chords each.



Malted Milk - Eric Clapton

This on’es in E, so E, A, B  and their 7th chords can be used. 

Verse Bars 1-12:  Chords  E  A E  E  A A E E B A E B 



Before You Accuse Me - Creedence Clearwater Revival 

This on’es in E, so E, A, B  and their 7th chords can be used. 

Verse Bars 1-12:  Chords  E  A  E  E  A  A  E  E  B  A  E  B 

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