This could maybe be a FB post. But it might be a bit long or odd. Riding a bike. Such a good metaphor. Around a decade ago, a friend had a ski boat. So I spent a lot of time trying to teach people to waterski. And it's interesting, how hard it is until you figure it out. And then it becomes easy. I've been learning the ukulele a bit. My original set list had "Rainbow Connection," "Over the Rainbow/What a Wonderful World," and "Raindrops Keep Fallin' On My Head." When I finally got to watch all of "How I Met Your Mother," the scene where The Mother plays "La Vie En Rose," that's the exact ukulele I gave my Mom for Christmas when I was living in Hawai'i. It is the ukulele I've had since she died. So obviously, I had to learn "La Vie En Rose." And the chord progression is very simple. "Rainbow Connection," "Over the Rainbow/What a Wonderful World," and "La Vie En Rose" use most of the same chords. And the strumming pattern is very simple, but somehow I couldn't make it come together for "La Vie En Rose." Until I did. And now it's a surprisingly simple song. I still haven't gotten it memorized, but if I've got my music in front of me it is even simpler than "Rainbow Connection" (which is pretty simple). "Over the Rainbow/What a Wonderful World," isn't that much more complex, but there's a lot more chord changes to remember and tie in with the singing. "Raindrops Keep Fallin' On My Head" has some evil, totally alien chords. I hate them, but they are perfect so I need to figure them out.