IIm - V - I
(occasional alternative II7 - V7 - I)
However, it is rarely used at the beginning of tunes.
Examples of songs that do begin with this progression are:
Can't We Be Friends (II7 - V7 - I)
C'Est Si Bon
Forty and Tight
I Get a Kick Out of You - by my count this song uses the progression THIRTEEN times!
I'm Crazy 'Bout My Baby
Prisoner of Love
Rose Room (II7 - V7 - I)
In a Mellow Tone (the entire tune has virtually the same chord progression as Rose Room)
Roses of Picardy
Scrapple from the Apple
Take Your Tomorrow
You Brought a New Kind of Love
So it is specially helpful to think 'Picardy Progression' when you are about to improvise on these tunes.
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