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I Love You But Youre Green Bass tabs (ver.1)

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I Love You But Youre Green Bass tabs (ver.1)

Babyshambles
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			     I Love You (But You’re Green)- Babyshambles
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Tuning: Standard

Intro/Verse – comes in after 2 bars of guitar and plays twice before the vocals then 
through the verse until the last time. . .

G|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|--------2—-3~--5~----------------------------------------------------------|
E|--2h3~---------------------------------------------------------------------|

Last time in verse play this -

G|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|------2~-—3~~--5-5---------------------------------------------------------|
E|-2h3~---------------3-2-0--------------------------------------------------|

Chorus -

G|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|--------2-------------2------------2------------2--------------------------|
A|---------------------------------------------------------5~----------------|
E|---0-0-----0-5-5--0-0---0-5-5--0-0---0-5-5--0-0---0-5-5-----5—-3-—1~-------|

Play verse (twice I think) and chorus twice

Then play this to finish it off -

G|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|--------2—-3~--5~------2--3~--5~------2-—3~--5~-----2~--3---5---10~--------|
E|--2h3~------------2h3~-----------2h3~-----------2h3-------------(3)--------|

The (3) means you can finish on that too, both sound good, or if you like you could use 
Low G octave and finish like this -

G|-------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|----------------------------------------------------------------5~-------|
A|--------2—-3~--5~------2--3~--5~------2-—3~--5~-----2~--3---5------------|
E|--2h3~------------2h3~-----------2h3~-----------2h3-------------3~-------|

Playing it like that gives the ending some depth and sounds really cool.

And that’s it. . . comment and rate please.

Thanks

| /  slide up
| \  slide down
| h  hammer-on
| p  pull-off
| ~  vibrato
| +  harmonic
| x  Mute note
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