This is a study of the extremely common blues melody most often known as, "Sitting On Top of The World," "Come On In My Kitchen," "You Got got Move" and "Worst Enemy." The song is sometimes played as an 8-bar blues by leaving off bar 8 after the hook and going straight to the turnaround. This arrangement is similar to Howlin' Wolf's recording with bar 4 going to a minor IV (iv) chord. You can just as easily play the regular IV if you are playing live with a band. It will also be a nice touch if you can get the band to always join in on playing the hook in unison with you.