Minor 4th chords

  1. Staying in Beatles world, you could add If I Fell, I'll Follow the Sun, Nowhere Man, and Across the Universe. Also, you should join

  2. It’s called “modal interchange”, and you can do it for any chord, but I’d wager the minor iv is the most popular example. I’ll contribute The Eagles “Desperado” and the Bee Gees “How Deep Is Your Love”.

  3. Michael Jackson - I just can’t stop loving you Another cool example is Circle of life from lion king, in the end of the chorus, where he sings the major third on top of the 4th minor chord.

  4. I believe there’s a distinction between a minor plagal cadence ie creep and modal interchange ie sleepwalk where the chord is more of a color choice, something to consider

  5. Don't Look Back In Anger by Oasis relies heavily on the minor 4 in the prechorus and solo, definitely the first song I think of when talking about it

  6. This chord comes from harmonic major, a major scale with a b6. It was creating beacause of th 2aug in the harmonic minor, so someone tried to replicated it on the major scale. I know you are asking for pop rock songs, but there a lot of black metal songs that use the progression iv - ivsus2. I tried crete something like: iv - iv - ivsus2 - iii - III

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