Chord Chart PDF at my Patreon: https://bit.ly/2zFwzOO This is the second chord analysis video I've done, the first being Bruno Mars' "When I Was Your Man", which was also conveniently in C and contains many similar elements to this progression. One bit of music theory and composition I forgot to mention in this video is the lovely movements that occur within the Eb-G/D-C change. In addition to the borrowed chord interpretation, there is a lot analyze just with the moving voices. The beginning of this song is essentially the bass playing down the notes of the C Minor scale beginning from the 4th (F, Eb, D, C), yet our song is firmly in the key of C Major. In addition, the change from Eb to G/D gives nice contrary motion, with the high Eb resolving down a halfstep to D, while Bb resolves upward a halfstep to B, before the conclusion to C Major.
If you're rusty on your theory, here are the videos you would need to know in order to make sense of this video-
Diatonic Major Chords:https://youtu.be/M8eItITv8QA
Diatonic Minor Chords:https://youtu.be/j-j4g0ktPGw
Secondary Dominants: https://youtu.be/py4HaueW50Q
Borrowed Chords: https://youtu.be/7IdttvJSedg
Here's the PDF for reharmonizing line cliche's courtesy of Berkelee: https://bit.ly/2M0AU5v
The Kokomo video I mentioned: https://youtu.be/etNHA3RhDo8
Please check my friends Roger and Dan at GTR Gurus https://www.gtrgurus.com/ especially if you were looking for custom guitars or luthier work done. They're really nice guys and provided me with the beautiful acoustic guitar I used for this video. I'm releasing an acoustic fingerstyle piece soon and will be using this guitar to record it.