[Bars 14-39] Here we have a basic progression of I–I9–IV–II7–I–V. Some chords are approached chromatically from a semitone below some nice colour and, like in the preceding bars, the 6th is added as a chord-type fill. In addition, there are some dead notes included, which add to the rhythmic flow. I recommend alternate strumming for this to get it to sound fluent and in time, as suggested in bar 18 – always maintaining the motion of down/up/down/up on 1/and/2/and, etc. In bar 20 we have the signature chromatic blues-tinged lick, which the bass also plays throughout much of the song. Like the main verse riff, this should be played with some light palm muting. Then we are back to another verse adding that cheerful recurring signature lick in bar 26. Use fingers 1 and 2 for the 10th fret on the second string and the 11th fret on the third string respectively – followed by fourth finger on the 12th fret of the second string and third finger on the 12th fret of the third. For the chord fill in bar 30-31, get a strong alternate strumming motion going!