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There are a few other things you need to know about this song:

1.) It starts out with a bend. This is a good introduction to bending a note. Bend it slowly and then get ready to jump right into the chords.
2.) In the intro, the first time around, stay on that E chord a little longer, then go straight back to A. Skip the D that time.
3.) Build-ups into the final chorus - stay on that E again, which is the V. The V is the most tense chord in the key, and if you stay on it long enough, your ear is going to want it to go back to A. You start to build up all this tension and then resolve it. This is totally central to what Western Tonal Music is.
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