Any of these chord progressions can be used in any song section you got going on. You can use chord extensions if you wish but I listed only the triad numbers.
For example: i iv v is 1 4 5 in a minor key and I IV V is the same but in a Major key.
Now, remember if you don’t understand this stuff go back and study the Roman Numeral System.
C F G
Cm Fm Gm
C Dm Am G
Do7 G Cm - Harmonic Minor
C Dm G C
C Bo G C
C Dm Am G C
C Bo Em Am G C
C Em Fm - here I used the Fm from the parallel minor key.
C Dm Em F G
C Am G F and Cm Ab Gm Fm
C Em Am Dm G C
C Am F G
Cm Ab Fm Gm
You can use these progressions to come up with melodies.
You can use them to come up with arpeggios and arpeggio sweeps.
You can use 1 or more per song section.
You can have 1 or more chords per measure.
Something you should do if you dont know your progressions in other keys is sit down for a few minutes and see if you can transpose these progressions to lets say B Major and B Minor.
Can you do it to Bb Major and Bb Minor?
If you can't this is a good time to get started. The more you know your chords in a key the better songwriter you are going to be. You have a significant advantage over the guitar player that just wings it.
I hope this has helped spark a few ideas for you and that you start writing your own songs. Its never too early to write your own songs. You will write a bunch of stuff that is probably not up to your standards but perseverance, and determination are going to be the character traits that will harden you as a songwriter and composer.
I always welcome questions and comments.