This song from Reckoning is a faster tune that is really enjoyable to play. I could never play this in high school–I learned it earlier this year.
Passaic is the place to start:
At 13:59, you can see how Peter Buck plays the bridge to the chorus:
At 16:31, you can really see how PB moves his forefinger on and off the high E string at the end of the bridge on that F#m.
The verses are Dbm (played not as a full bar chord, seemingly typical of Peter Buck in the early days). I slide the pinky and third (ring) finger down to the E and almost pick out those notes (harboring ghosts).
One thing I like about Passaic–you can usually see all the parts.
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