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Many of Leonard Cohen’s early songs consisted of a regular fingerpicking pattern in 3/4 time. One Of Us Cannot Be Wrong is from his first album, Songs Of Leonard Cohen, and is a perfect example of this approach.
It is in the key of A, and uses all six primary chords along with a couple different voicings of G. There are barre chords involved, of course. The lesson pays particular attention to notes you want to hear at the extremes of the chord, the lowest and highest.