You don't want the high E in there .
There's a little E I think you might use it just if I brought it a little bit .
Don't ask me .
I don't know .
So the first time it took is that there's a lot of chi chi chi with the right hand .
Next part is Baby .
Baby Be Major .
Uh C winner , what you've seen and a couple of other Van Haen songs uh Panama is another one .
Mhm Here it's the uh the B Miner , that kind of thing .
Oh 20 on the high E and then B and G on the fourth .
No , that's what the drums kind of thing before getting into the chorus .
And that's basically , um , you can do it .
Well , this is the really bonehead way .
You're just basically outlying in any major scale or you can go , you double it more time .
C major .
Uh , the major , a major , uh , another version of B major or you can , or you can use 33 strings .
Now , the chorus is the exact same as the intro .
Uh The reason why it sounds a little bit more dazzling is that Ed is doing a lot of , it's a two guitar part .
So it sounds a little bit more full .
Um Everything's pretty much the same except when you go back into baby , baby .