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Lesson notes

Carole King’s 1971 album Tapestry included a bunch of great songs, most of which were written in 1970. They wanted to include an older song of hers and Will You Love Me Tomorrow became the ‘oldie’, a song she had written as a teenager with lyrics by Gerry Goffin. The recording also featured James Taylor and Joni Mitchell backing her up.

This lesson is an attempt at playing a piano-type accompaniment on the guitar, which can make for some unusual chords and difficult moves. It also includes a simple strumming version and some ways of fingerpicking it, combining arpeggios with some percussive playing.

The level is based more on those versions as the piano version could prove somewhat challenging.