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Wuthering Heights Bass tabs (ver.1)

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Wuthering Heights Bass tabs (ver.1)

Kate Bush
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This is pretty much the bare skeleton of the bass line but can easily be added to once
get to know the pattern.

Bracketed notes are not always used but are occasional decorations!

Bassline starts just after the first pre-chorus


  "Wuthering, wuthering, wuthering heights...Heath-"

G|-10 hold-------------------------\4-----------------|
D|----------------------------------------------------|
A|----------------------------------------------------|
E|----------------------------------------------------|

Chorus

G|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|--4----------------------6---------4------4----------------------4-----------|
A|--------6--------------6-----3/4-------4---4---------------4-----------------|
E|-----------6------4-------------------------------2----4---------------------|

Verse

G|----------------------------(7/9)----------------|
D|-------------------------------------------------|
A|--12----11-10-9-8-----7--------------------------|
E|---------------------------------------9---------|

"Ooh, let me have it..."

G|-------8/10---10\8\6----------6/8---8\6\4---------4/6---6\4\2---------------|
D|--8----------------------6----------------------4---------------------------|
A|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|

                        Repeat x2
G|--------8---------6------------|
D|-----8---------6---------------|
A|--6---------4------------------|
E|-------------------------------|

"Oh you know it's me Kathy"

G|--------------11-11--------------|
D|-8-8---8-8------------8----------|
A|---------------------------------|
E|---------------------------------|
            
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