You And Me By Milow

You And Me By Milow (In My Pocket) (Beginner)

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Hey there,

You and Me… Today… Learning this song. This is gonna be awesome.

It’s a really simple tune we’re going to learn. You can either watch the video, or read the text lesson. Enjoy!

1. Only five chords to remember…

F – Am – G – C and for the bridge, E Minor.

If you want to play the studio version you can place your capo on the 6th fret. But when Milow plays live, it’s the 5th fret.

Personally I prefer the live version, so I keep the capo on the 5th fret. Apart from the bridge, the chord pattern is always:

F – Am – G – C

That’s all. And the rhythm goes like this:

Down – Up – Up – Up – Down – Up

Really easy to remember.

There’s an intro, 3 verses, 3 choruses, and one bridge just after the second chorus. As I said before, apart from the bridge it’s always the same pattern.

2. So let’s talk about the bridge…

It’s situated after the second chorus. The chord pattern goes this way:

Em – Am – F – G.

And after that, you switch to the 3rd verse.

3. The guitar lick

Now, there’s a small guitar lick you can make. You have two solutions, keeping the rhythm with your guitar, or play it without the rhythm.

The notes are, in the right order:

F – F – E – C – D – B – C – B – C – B – A – G

12 notes. With the rhythm, you don’t have to play the last notes, I personally think it kind of screw the rhythm up. But that’s up to you.

This is the end of the lesson.

4. Where to go next.

If you want to learn more Milow songs, you can go to the following video lessons:

Or go back to the list of songs to play on the guitar for more. Thank you for reading. See you next time, guitar player.

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