For sure the chorus from Pretty Baby Yoda The Mandalorian Torn Paper Star Wars Shirt doesn’t sound fresh and new and inventive nowadays because it’s been almost 30 years since it came out. It’s been imitated. Probably unintentionally in most cases, in countless songs. Not saying Def Leppard invented that chord progression, but the story goes that during the recording for Hysteria a band member was just sitting there strumming his guitar and Mutt heard it and goes ‘That’s the best Fxxxing thing I’ve heard in five years!’ and they created PSSOM from it. Rick [Rubin] actually gave me some assignments over the past couple of years. Like he said, Write a Billy Joel or Elton John type of song, and I just took that to mean, write a song on the piano.
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And that was part of the Pretty Baby Yoda The Mandalorian Torn Paper Star Wars Shirt for “Haunt You Every Day. Which closes the album. And he said, Write a song with the beat from “Pour Some Sugar on Me” by Def Leppard, and that was part of the inspiration for “Beverly Hills. He told Tom Petty the same thing, and Tom Petty wrote “It’s Good To Be King. The chords are common, the melody is simple – hardly a diversion from the root of the chords, and the tempo is fairly standard as well. It certainly sounds the same, but it’s reasonable for two songwriters/producers to come up with the same arrangement independently of each other. The end is different too. Also, I’ve never listened to a Joe Satriani song. All the way through but I wasn’t even born when.
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It’s not an opinion. The Pretty Baby Yoda The Mandalorian Torn Paper Star Wars Shirt has no similarities at all. Coldplay’s is staccato, accenting the upbeat for the first half and the downbeat for the second half. Satch’s rhythm is not staccato at all. The chords ring out and the accents remain on the upbeat for the entire duration. They are both just very simple and obvious melodies over the same chord changes. That was one of the things that made Satch popular was that he had very “singalong” (read: basic .. not necessarily a bad thing) melodies in many of his hits. Of course, he spiced the songs up as well. But a lot of his popular tunes just had very simple melodic hooks in the chorus.
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