OK, here's what I see (and it's been ages since I've heard it)...
Starts on a D goes down a half-step to C#min. That goes a fourth (the most common change) to F#m. Goes down a half-step to E (actually F#min/E, the same F#min chord with an E in the bass to make the line flow, and to set up the change to the B7 (a fifth), then a fourth to E and a fourth to A. Then the verse ends with the alternation between theh A and the G.
Chorus is C#min, up a fourth (again) to F#min, then instead of the F#min/E it's an E6 chord (same notes as C#min- E G# B C#)- then the F#min with the B in the bass goes a fourth B, repeats that move, and a cool little move from B7 to G# that sets up another cycle of fourths- G# > C#min7 > F#min7,
Break stuff down to find the cycles and repeated movements and things flow a lot more easily. Then add in what obimark says about the rhythmic feel to get it to sound right.
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