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Here is a simple ending for the key of G.
LISTEN >> ending-G.mp3
LISTEN >> endingC.mp3
LISTEN >> G-Acending.mp3
LISTEN >> 3-10-intro-G.mp3
LISTEN >> Together Again Phrase 1
LISTEN >>Together Again Phrase 2
LISTEN >> Together Again Phrase 3
LISTEN >> Together Again Phrase 4
Here is a sample of what one might take this and put it all together.
LISTEN >> Together Again Sample
Here is some more ideas of how to spice up this song. My Left Knee Right lowers my 4th string a half step. If one were to get a little more creative, instead of using the knee lever one could start the turnaround with strings 2, 3 and 5 and wind back up at the 10th fret on strings 3, 4 and 5. This would replace phrase 2 as a higher inversion.
LISTEN >> Together Again Tricks Part 1
This would replace phrase 4 as a higher inversion.
LISTEN >> Together Again Tricks Part 2
Someone ask me if this song could be progressed from D to D# here is one method.
LISTEN >> Half Step Turnaround
This is a modified version of one of John Hughey's famous licks.
IMPORTANT NOTE: When you add new lines to any music you are re-composing the entire piece. This is ok, artist do it all the time but keep in mind that when you change something you would have to re-compose the bars or measures to make things fit. Rythm tracks one may have will no longer work.
LISTEN >> Crazy Arms Phrase 1
LISTEN >> Crazy Arms Phrase 2
NOTE: Phrase 3 has two parts, this is something i have composed myself from listening to Del Reeves do this at a live opry performance some years ago. Combine both part 1 and 2 and play it as one continous move from the 1 to 4 then 1 to make it work. It falls a full octave from the 15 to 3!!!
LISTEN >> Crazy Arms Phrase 3
LISTEN >> Crazy Arms Phrase 4