I have been doing Tom Petty's "Mary Jane's Last Dance" for some time and there are those that say I sound a bit like him. (I take it as a compliment... ) And another I have wanted to do for some time but never got around to it is his "Refugee". Well, I finally got on my arse (had to sit down) and with the new tablet hooked to the mixer listened to figure it out. Half way thru the first listen I was playing along. 2nd time thru I hit the breaks fine. 3rd time, I figure it will be one we will do. Very easy in Em, 2 note walk up to G, finish off to the D and back home. 2 rounds to a C followed by A and you have the progression. Break section in D, to G, to C, to D, hold and back to base progression. My lead will have no trouble with hi section and I'm sure he will embellish it to his style. Bass will do his normal great full sound and maybe the most difficult part will be the phrasing of the wording... but like everything else - practice. () For those with the musical education, I apologize for my simplistic method, but as it takes me 5 times longer to figure the music/ tab out then it does to listen to it... well, time is money? This is how I have been doing it for 50+ years and it hasn't failed me yet. I suppose this post is to motivate those that have trouble learning new material. You don't need a degree in music to figure it out... Good luck!