Play Michael Buble's Everything on the Piano - Part 4
The Slow Down Part After First Modulated Chorus
After he plays the first chorus modulated, he lands on a C# minor 7 chord instead of the regular D major chord. This is when he sings "You're everything..." This chord is:
LH: C#, RH: G#-B-C#-E
Then this chord moves to a B major type chord but all you really have to do is lower your left hand note to a B instead of a C#. Also, to hold out this part, you can play up and down a pentatonic scale consisting of the following notes:
After holding out this part, you are going to play the last couple of chords of the intro held out over the vocal. Remember that the intro is modulated up a whole step! After the singing, you'll then just play the intro lick (modulated up a whole step). Next, add in the la-la part (also modulated up a whole step). Once you've completed that, you should have the song learned!