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Calibretto 13, Spoiled Brat Bass tabs (ver.1)

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Spoiled Brat Bass tabs (ver.1)

Calibretto 13 Tabs
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This is something like how it goes... (assuming I can read my own
handwriting)...This is a really fast song.

Intro    Verse
G-----|---------------------------------------
D-----|---------------------------------------
A-5---|------545---------558545-545---------5-
E-----|--344-----323-545------------323-545---

G-------75----|
D---457----75-|
A-5-----------|
E-------------|

Chorus 

G-----------------------------------------|
D-----------------------------------------|
A-555-42057545-44444444-2222-44-55--3-3-5-|
E-----------------------------------------|

After chorus

G------------------------------------------|
D------------------------------------------|
A-505-404-2---2---2-4-5555-4444-2222-------|
E-----------3---5--------------------33-55-|

Bridge

G-----------------------------------------------|
D-----------------------------------------------|
A-----------5555-4-2-00-----------5-0-5-0-445-7-|
E-2222-3333-------------2222-3333---------------|


Verse 2

G---------------------------------------|
D---------------------------------------|
A-5555-----------55555-555---------54-2-|
E------3333-5555-----------333-555------|

then do the regular verse

A-5\ (chorus w/out bass) -5555-

The order of the parts is:

intro
verse
chorus
after chorus
verse
chorus
after chorus
bridge
after chorus
chorus (w/out bass)
chorus

End on A-5-|


Um... yeah. Calibretto bass lines would appear to be even
harder to figure out than FIF and the Supertones combined, so...
yeah. There are probably some mistakes, so if anybody tries to play
this and finds them, let me know.
            
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