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Lion Sleeps Tonight Tabs (ver.1)

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Lion Sleeps Tonight Tabs (ver.1)

Harry Belafonte
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The intro riff is pretty easy.  It's based off of a minor pentanonic scale.  Really no shocker here, just 
fun to play.
 Feel free to whistle if it floats your boat.

Intro/Verse riff

e---------------------------------------------------------------|
B-----7---9---7---9----10----9----7---------7-----9----7--------|
G--9-------------------------------------9----------------------|
D---------------------------------------------------------------|
A---------------------------------------------------------------|
E---------------------------------------------------------------|

e------------------------7--------------------------------------|
B-------9---7~---------------9----7---9----9----10------9-------|
G---9-----------------------------------------------------------|
D---------------------------------------------------------------|
A---------------------------------------------------------------|
E---------------------------------------------------------------|

e---------------------------------------------------------------|
B---7----------7-----9----7-------------9-----7~----------------|
G--------9------------------------9-----------------------------|
D---------------------------------------------------------------|
A---------------------------------------------------------------|
E---------------------------------------------------------------|

Chorus? (strum chord freely)

G               G

A weema wet A weema wet

C               C

A weema wet A weema wet


That's it i believe..  I have a tabbed verson of the breakdown part in the song..  if you're so inclined 

Be sure to look for the heavy version of "The Lion Sleeps Tonight"..  coming to a Guitar Tab Universe near you

Thanks..

Joel Estes
            
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