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Hope I Never Lose My Wallet Bass tabs (ver.2)

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Hope I Never Lose My Wallet Bass tabs (ver.2)

Mighty Mighty Bosstones
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                THE MIGHTY MIGHTY BOSSTONES - Hope I Never Lose My Wallet

INTRO: (this is pretty much accurate, it's just over a D chord)

	G---------2-4-0----------2-4-/7-------------
	D--7/0--4---------4/0--4---------5-4-0-2----
	A-------------------------------------------
	E-------------------------------------------

	G------------2-4-0--0--0--0-------------2-4-/7-----
	D--0--0--0-4---------------4-0--0--0-4-------------
	A----------------------------------------------0-0-
	E--------------------------------------------------

FILL: (slightly different to the studio version, Joe does this live though)
	G----------------------------------      --------------------
	D--0-0-0-0-0-0-0-4-5-5-5-5-5-5-5-2- (x3) -0-0-0-0-0-0-0-4-5--
	A----------------------------------      --------------------
	E----------------------------------      --------------------

VERSE/ENDING:
	   D	        G						 
	G----------------------------------		 
	D--0-0----0-0--0-------------------	(x4) 
	A---------------------2---0-2-4----		 
	E-------3--------3-3----3----------		 

BRIDGE:
	 D           A
	----------------
	-0-0-0-0-0-0----
	-------------0--
	----------------

CHORUS: (I doubt it's 100% accurate or anything, just make it up)
	   D             A	               G
	G---------------------2--------------0----------------------
	D--0---4-5-4-7------4---4-2-0-----------2-0----2-4-2-0------ (x4)
	A--------------5--------------0----2--------0----------2-0--
	E----------------5---------------3--------------------------

SOLO:
	Same as fill, though it's cooler to have a huge bass solo

Have fun with this!! Remember, the key to music is to make it up as you go along.
            
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