[Bars 1-7] This magical piece consists of a melody line on the top, bass notes and accompanying inner voice chords. We want the melody to stand out a little so aim to pluck those notes a little stronger and keep the chords fairly soft by comparison. Plucking hand fingering indicated in the first four bars to help get you started – I use rest stroke on the very first melody note. A barre across five strings is needed at fret 7 in bar 1 and in bar 2 the Dm chord on beat 2 is a bit stretchy with the fourth finger reaching up to the A note (5th fret, first string). I find that planting down the second, first and third fingers then stretching the fourth finger a fraction of a moment later is helpful for this particular chord shape. [Bars 8-13] At bar 8 a grace note E on the second string needs to precede the bass and melody note – listen to the audio to see how it should sound. A barre should be applied to make the inner chord playable. The same grace note appears at bar 10 and the same barre is needed at the end of bar 13.