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I'm With You Bass tabs (ver.2)

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I'm With You Bass tabs (ver.2)

Avril Lavigne
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                This is my first tab. And i'm a guitarist but i thought i'd give it a shot so go easy on me.

Intro and Verse-
theres not anything here on the normal versions but on acoustic performances there has 
this bass line going in the same rhythm to the guitar, it still works with the album version
G-----------------------------|
D-----------------------------|
A-0------2------4------5------|
E-----------------------------|

Chorus
G-------------------------------|
D-------------------------------|
A-0-0000-2-2222-5-5555----------| x 2
E-----------------------3-3333--|

on "won't you"
G-------------------------------|
D-------------------------------|
A-0-0000-2-2222-4-4444-5-5555---|
E-------------------------------| x 1

Then play the first part of the chorus again

Verse Two
G-----------------------------|
D-----------------------------|
A-0------2------4------5------|
E-----------------------------| x 4

G-----------------------------|
D-----------------------------|
A-0-0000-2-2222-4-4444-5-5555-|
E-----------------------------| x 2
p.m...........................

Build Up - "isn't anyone trying to find me"
G-----------------------------|
D-----------------------------|
A-0----2-4-5-7-5-4-----5------|
E------------------0----------|

CHORUS

BRIDGE (louder part)
repeat
G-----------------------------|
D-----------------------------|
A-0-0000-2-2222-4-4444-5-5555-|
E-----------------------------|

until she hits the high note which is just
G------------------------------|
D------------------------------|
A-5-555555555555---------------|
E-----------------3-3333333333-|

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Nothing for quiet bit
-

Repeat chorus til the end.

end on

a - 0


and thats it.  the amount of each note might be slightly off but you get the idea.
            
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