Strikes me that the barlines are in the wrong place in all the versions I've seen - probably just copied and adapted from one source. The bending appears to happen before the barline. So if we move the barlines 1 crotchet to the right it should line up. Although I am newly introduced to the tune, I have listened to a few versions on youtube, and the chords change on the seoond crotchet of the bar.
Also, I hear it in B minor -rather than D.
I do appreciate the pdf uploads - that's always the most important starting place for me, correcting them is no sweat from a good starting point.
On the point of bending the notes, it almost ruins the tune for me - partly because of the frequency of the bends in so many of the versions I've heard, but also because the players seem to abandon accurate intonation when they do play the straight notes eventually. I like my weeping to be more internalised. It might be something I should seek help for from my childhood, or my sax playing past where too many players find how to bend a note too soon. I've always preferred finger bends to lip bends (I do realise that even finger bends require throat / lip subtle changes).