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Learn how to play the song Stay With You by John Legend on the piano or keyboard.
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Today’s tutorial will be John Legends “Stay with you.” It is in the key of a major. You could have had a repeating baseline on the left hand and the melodic section is not too hard to learn. This is going to be a bridge section and the main course, but the melody repeats, so you should be fine. So here we go, John Legends, Stay with you. So I am going to play it in full speed and then break it down. So here we go, this is the open verses.
So that is the first half of the song emphatically, every thing else repeats. So let me shoot the camera down so you guys can see a better baseline on this song. So basically, you are going to have a C sharp minor chord. So that is your primary chord in the left hand, C, G, C, or C sharp, A sharp, C sharp. The second chord is B major, B, F sharp, B and then your A minor. I am playing an A here and I am playing A in the D key down here and an E in the middle, not too hard.
Well, that is basically what the left hand is doing in the entire time, just—so also the E minor, you want to rotate on the E and the A here or do a full rotation or art graduation here. Well the A minor and make it sound really more dramatic. So again, C, sharp D, A, C, E, A. Now on the melodic section on the right hand, this verse section is just basically the repetition of those chords. So the high-point is just going to be the C sharp and the beginning points will be the A and then the B is going to be the middle note or it is just a walk up.
Or you can change it up to anything you want really but you just keep this rhythm going in the right hand and it should be fine. Now there is going to be a walk up. So let me sing those chords together so you can get a full sound of how it looks with these.
So the second part we talked about is when the high part comes in. So basically, “I will stay with you.” I like to sing, so sorry. This is basically going to be A, B natural, C sharp, so again, A, B, C sharp, F, E, and then when no one else is around just know those words and then “when the clouds come out and then I know we will be alright,” so this is that section, “you will be alright.”
So you just do those chords with the other hand, you just play and practice with this. And then the bridge is got to come in at this part. So I just can not roam here, we only have a minute or so left. So the bridge is going to come in now, this is going to be E minor, D minor, and then A minor. So I will play that bridge one more time, we have about 20 seconds left.
Sorry, we are about time. That is it for staying with you, just listen to this song and play along with it and as the best way, it is pretty simple that you should be able to get it probably within that half hour not even that, if you are brand new, probably with that, but if you are advance, probably half that time. So have fun with it and thank you.