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Late Of The Pier, The Bears Are Coming Tabs (ver.1)

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The Bears Are Coming Tabs (ver.1)

Late Of The Pier Tabs
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I’m tabbing this even though there’s barely any Guitar in the song, and the few bits
guitar in it I haven’t tabbed, the other tab was a bit poor. This is all for the lead
except when noted. I won’t comment on any of the drum parts but I can tell you from 
at the live videos they batter wooden posts as additional percussion.

It goes through a drum intro has a anacrusis of an A note, then:

Intro:
  C___________Am_____Em___________G
e|----------------------------------------|
B|----------------------------------------|
G|----------------------------------------|
D|------2---2-----------------------------|
A|3-------3---0-2-3-2-------2-------0-2---|
E|--------------------0-------0-3-3-----3-| x2
  C_______Am_____Em______G
e|--------------------------------|
B|--------------------------------|
G|--------------------------------|
D|----2---------------------------|
A|3-3---3-0-0-3-0-------------2---|
E|----------------0-0-3-0-3-3---3-|

  C __________Am_____Em___________G
e|----------------------------------------|
B|----------------------------------------|
G|----------------------------------------|
D|------2---2-----------------------------|
A|3-------3---0-2-3-2-------2-------0-2---|
E|--------------------0-------0-3-3-----3-|

Verse:

  C___________Am_____Em__________G
e|----------------------------------------|
B|----------------------------------------|
G|----------------------------------------|
D|------2---2-----------------------------|
A|3-------3---0-2-3-2-------2-------0-2---|
E|--------------------0-------0-3-3-----3-|

Four Times then the

Break:

Low Synth
e|----------------|
B|----------------|
G|----------------|
D|----------------|
A|3---3-0---0-----|
E|------------0---|

Then either ending 1#
e|---------|
B|---------|
G|---------|
D|2-2-2----|
A|------0--|
E|---------|

Or Mystery Ending 2#, for which you can either improvise on the lower range of the
Or you can play the rising bit from “Back in Black”. Which is again the second ending of 
riff

Play quadruple times using ending #1 1st and 3rd and Ending #2 2nd and 4th

High Sqeaky Synth

e|------------------------------------|
B|--------------Bend------------------|
G|------12-14-14-(15)-14-12----12-----|
D|14------------------------12----14--|
A|------------------------------------|
E|------------------------------------|

Verse Again

Break Again

Then Complicated to figure out Bridge Part:

It’s Hard to guess what being played, but this is my best shot. Play the Chords high up
guitar as it is in the recording. An Keyboard Arpeggio Flies through this part, probably
same chords, a walking bass part is present as well. A keyboard descent comes on C#m and 
Doo-wop backing vocal comes in in the last half.

_____________________________F
I Saw You Wading in the Water
G#__________________________Am______________D
I saw You Ride Along the Sea
C#m____________________C
Shine On Your nightmares
G_______________________C  (Drum Fill)
Shine Through Your Tears

Walking Bass
  F_______________________G#______________________Am______________________D
G|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|--------------------------------------------------------------------------4—--7-5-4---4—--7-5-4|
A|--0---3-0-----0---3-0-----3---6-5-3---3---6-5-3---3---7-5-3---3---7-5-3-5---5-------5---5------|
E|1---1-----0-1---1-----3-4---4-------4---4-------5---5-------5---5------------------------------|
  C#m_____________________C_______________________G_______________________C
G|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|--2---6-4-2---2---6-4-2---2---5-3-2---2---5-3-2------------------------------------------------|
A|4---4-------4---4-------3---3-------3---3---------2---5-3-2---2---5-3-2-3----------------------|
E|------------------------------------------------3---3-------3---3------------------------------|

Guitar Solo:

The Usual Verse Backing, and I won’t tab out the guitar solo but I will mention that it
similar to the high synth in the break and you should keep the vocal melody in mind.
of background smashing and cheering.

Another Break

Fake Coda Thing:

e|---------------------------------|
B|---------------------------------|
G|---------------------------------|
D|---------------------------------|
A|3---------------0-3---3-0----0---|
E|--------0----------------------0-|

There’s a couple of spoon hits in there as well (I think)


Last Bridge:

The other tab was on the money for this part. More cheering, arpeggios and such, Guitar
to be playing a repetitive high C Chord.

e|-------------------------------------------|
B|-------------------------------------------|
G|-------------------------------------------|
D|-------------------------------------------|
A|8---8---9---9----10----10---8---7-5-3---3--|Play Twice, Second Time Round
E|-------------------------------------------|Keep on playing that last note.

Lyrics:
"Snap away," she said as she danced towards the moonlight,
Run away he did as she cast off another night.
So in tune were we by the thought of what could never be,
So consumed were we by the fear that swelled between the sheets.What do they mean?
Seamless dirty dreams.
Why must you scream?
Please dont make a scene.
She plays, she plays,
Is it all a game?
Longing to be tamed,
Sugar must be acid rain.
I saw you wading in the water,
I saw you ride along the sea.
Shine on your nightmare,
Shine through the tears.
            

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