In a shout out to John Fogerty of Creedence Clearwater Revival, Steve used the word "chooglin'" in one of the verses here. Which surprised even him. "I thought I hardly ever used any Americanisms when I was singing in American," he explains, talking about how their first records were recorded using an "American accent." "There's probably about half a dozen throughout all of our records. And then this one record that we've just done is like the most English phrasing. I think it's particularly English in its topics and scope and everything. And I thought it would be hilarious (laughing) to put 'chooglin' in the middle of it."
He's not really clear on what the word means, but interprets it as a style of guitar playing. He says, "Somebody had mentioned that even though we stopped doing country music, the rhythm guitar still does that stuff – chooglin' – like John Fogerty does, maybe." (Read the full interview with Steve Adams