In the previous tutorial, you learned how to play this song. In today's lesson, you'll get some practice with Nashville Numbers.
After you feel comfortable with playing through the song, try using this video and playing along with numbers.
Notice that a 1 chord represents a G chord. A 4 chord represents a C chord, and a 5 chord represents a D chord. For more on Nashville Numbers, check out the Intermediate Guitar Course.
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