Learning your favorite songs on piano doesn’t have to be a difficult process. Most popular songs only have three or four chords played in the same order throughout. Did you know that even if a song does not have piano, you can still play it on piano? All you need is the chord progression, whether it was originally played on guitar or any other instrument. We have put together an infographic showing how to easily play ten popular songs, using only three or four simple chords. #infographics
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If you want to write your own songs then knowing a tiny bit of music theory can really help. This image from [uke guides] [http://ukuguides.com/how-to/how-to-write-ukulele-songs-key-card/] shows you all the chords which you can use naturally in a song without it sounding off. It’s a great point of call if you just can’t work out what chord to play next.
Learn how to write a song in ten steps. It's a concrete and hands-on method, so it's a great way for first-time songwriters to get a handle on songwriting. After all, art shouldn't always be guesswork!