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Back In The Van Bass tabs (ver.2)

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Back In The Van Bass tabs (ver.2)

Ladyhawke
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                LADYHAWKE

BACK IN THE VAN

Top class song this.
someone asked me to do this and im glad they did cos its fun to play!! cheers!!

theres 3 parts , the slow bit were it goes 'im scared that your leaving'
is there same as the intro

Intro

G|--------------------------------------------------------|
D|--------------------------------------------------------|
A|--121212-14-15-14-12-88888888-101010101010-121212121212-|
E|--------------------------------------------------------|


Verse , (2 parts to this they always follow on)

G|-------------------------------------------------------|
D|-------------------------------------------------------|
A|--333333-------333333-------333333-------333333--------|
E|---------5-3-5--------5-3-5--------5-3-5--------5-3-5--|

G ---------------------------------------------------------|
D ---------------------------------------------------------|
A ---------------------------------------------------------|
E --5555555555555555555555555555555555555555555555555555---|

Chorus (seriously funky rythm here, all in all a bit dodgy)

'cos you set me on...'
G|--------------------------------------------------------|
D|--2-2-2-2-2--555--0-0-0-0-0--222------------------------|
A|---------------------------------33333------------------|
E|---------------------------------------333-55555555-----|


STRUCTURE

intro x 2

verse x 2

chorus x 2

verse x 2

chorus x 4

intro x 4 (this includes the bit were it stops but it fades back in like it never stops)

chorus till fade out!!!!

CHEERS COMMENT ON IT IF U THINK ITS RONG!! IM 90% SURE SO IT SHUD BE RITE :)
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YES JONNY
            
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