Have you ever went to learn a cover song for a band that you thought sounded really simple, but ended up being really tough? I'm playing guitar in a new band where the vocalist wanted to cover "A Kiss to Build a Dream on" by Louis Armstrong. First off, I'm not a jazz guy, so a lot of the chords used in that tune are unfamiliar to me, and secondly, the chords change constantly with none of them ever being held out for long. I counted twenty unique chord voicings that the song uses! I would have never guessed the song had all that going on underneath it just by listening to it. It's a great tune, though, and I feel good about it now that I've (mostly) got it down. All it took was a couple of days of woodshedding. On top of that, the chords inspired me to write my on song using some of the new voicings I learned. "A Kiss to Build a Dream on" is going to be killer to play live. So, have you ever set out to learn a song thinking, "pah, this will be nothing," and then have it knock you on your butt?