Fuel is an American rock band.
Q: So what do I do next?
A: Next you find some songs and try to play them.
Q: That sounds interesting. What songs?
A: The oldies progression songs, for example.
Q: The WHAT songs?
A: The oldies progression. If you paid more attention you would have known.
Q: Oh... Kay. Com'on, what are those?
A: The songs that use the cords: C-Am-F-G and G-Em-C-D. For example:
Q: Okay... That sounds easy enough... And? What else?
A: Well, you should start with those. But if you want, you can find your own. If you really like a song you should try to find the chords for it and play it.
Q: So I've been playing chords for a month. Now what?
A: What chords?
Q: The open chords... You know, the ones you showed me last month.
A: Oh, those chords. Great! And? What else?
Q: What do you mean... what else?
A: Err... Are you telling me that's all you did for an entire month?!
A: I'm impressed! You're a persistent son of a... err... he, he... never mind.
A: Err... Well, OK then.
The Motion Picture Production Code was the set of industry moral censorship guidelines that governed the production of the vast majority of United States motion pictures released by major studios from 1930 to 1968. It is also popularly known as the Hays Code, after Hollywood's chief censor of the time, Will H. Hays.