[Bars 1-6] For the first few bars there is suggested fingering indicated for both hands. Follow this carefully and aim to make the melody stand out from the accompaniment. In bars such as 2 and 6 where a long melody note has been played on the first beat, playing the second beat more softly is essGeUntIiTaAl-RweTwEaCnHttNhIeQaUccEoSmp2an4yi4ng notes to be crisp and neat but not to interfere with the melody. [Bars 14-32] On beat 3 of bar 14 a half barre takes care of two bars. On beat 3 of bar 22 use a five-string barre at the 10th fret and transfer it to the 7th fret on beat 3 of the next bar. At 31 I use a thumb strum on the A9 chord, then a second-finger rest stroke on the D note between the D chords. This puts the finger on the 3rd string to immediately play the final D chord, without any readjustment.