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Mrs. Brown You've Got A Lovely Daughter, Herman's Hermits

Composer: Trevor Peacock.

Not a complete four-chord song, but an interesting case. All the verses, as well as the intro and fade, use this innocent-sounding simple progression. It's so obvious, and so close to the very cliche I vi IV V that you'd expect it to be widespread.

But it's hard to find other songs using this progression. Definitely not a cliche. Can you think of more, besides these?

  • Mrs. Brown You've Got A Lovely Daughter, Herman's Hermits (1963)
  • Georgy Girl, The Seekers (1966)

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