Firstly, apologies if I am using the wrong terminology here. I am a beginner guitarist and only know a little music theory.
Considering the example of 'I will Follow you into the Dark' by Death Cab For Cutie, the introduction features the progression:
Am, C, E, Am, G, F, Fm, C/G
Messing around on the fretboard, I realised that I can play those same F barre chords on the second fret which presumably are
So what what would naturally follow in that case and be the 'resolving chord' instead of C/G? And why?