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Here Comes the Sun, Part 1: The Verse

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Here Comes the Sun, Part 1: The Verse
Here Comes the Sun, Part 1: The Verse
 
George Harrison’s classic “Here Comes the Sun” makes a great fingerstyle tune played with key of D shapes with the capo at the seventh fret. Stevie gets you started with the opening verse section here, walking you slowly through each melodic phrase.

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