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Lesson notes

You’ll Accomp’ny Me is a classic example of how Bob Seger can take a simple set of chords and create a great groove, and then use that as a background for a catchy melody with memorable lyrics. This is from his 1980 album Against The Wind. The lesson focuses on the chords and syncopated strumming pattern, and adds in segments about strumming in double time, or at the speed of sixteenth notes rather than just eighths.