[bars 1-12] The melody begins straight away with a triplet accompaniment. The triplets need to flow so that we can feel the two beats per bar. The melody should stand out a little from the accompaniment so use a gentle rest stroke where possible and try the indicated picking hand fingering. In bar 2 be careful not to allow the open first string semi-quaver to over ring - try muting it with the side of your fretting-hand first finger on beat 2. Watch out for the slightly stretchy Dsus4 chord at bar 7 and make sure you have enough pressure with the fretting third finger to avoid buzzing. [Bars 13-24] After a repeat of the first section we move to Em at bar 17. There is indicated fretting-hand fingering for the next few bars so follow this carefully. At bar 18 we need barre chords at the 5th fret and then the 7th fret with some stretchy fourth finger work.