Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young’s hit “Teach Your Children” was written by Graham Nash and was released on the band’s 1970 album Déjà Vu. “Teach Your Children” is in the key of D, and uses four chords, D, G, A, and Bm. Bm is often played as a barre chord, which can be difficult for beginners, but Adrianne shows you a few easier ways to play Bm. You can play this with a few different patterns: down down-up; down down-up, down down-up, down down-up, _up down-up; or bass down-up, bass down-up, bass down-up, _up down-up. Adrianne also shows you how to put a stop at the end of the chorus.
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