More in the G major Tuning
Baby Please Don't Go is a traditional blues tune - check out the (possibly original) version by Big Joe Williams.
I have adapted it for slide using a rhythm fill followed by slide melody technique.
It stays on a G chord throughout I get the rhythm going first then build up to a stop which introduces the melody.
I use octaves to get the rhythm part - using my L/H fingers 2 and 3; firstly on the bottom and 4th plus the 5th and 3rd strings and then the 4th and top.
I have tabbed out the octave notes for clarity but I am strumming not picking at this point so open string notes are added to the mix at some points.
This octaving technique is generally a useful thing to learn,it can be used for turnarounds as well as rhythm fills.
The slide melody is fairly precise - uses the 3rd fret and open strings a lot and the 5th fret occasionally.