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Misc Television, Duck Tales Tabs (ver.1)

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Duck Tales Tabs (ver.1)

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                This is the theme song from the cartoon Duck Tales.  All timing is almost definitely wrong,
just listen to the song and you should be able to get it.  I put the guitar chords above the bass.

Intro-just bass

   E  
G--------------------------------------------------------
D----2----2----2----2--0--2--------------------------
A--------------------------------------------------------
E-0----0----0----0------------------------------------

play once for intro, for times for verse



This continues throught the first part until the words go

It's a duck blur...
Then it looks like this
 
    A
G-----2------2-----2-----2--0--2-------------------
D-------------------------------------------------------
A--0-----0-----0-----0-------------------------------  
E-------------------------------------------------------

Might solve a mystery...
    
   F#            B  
G-------------------4-----4-------------------------------
D-----4------4--------------------------------------------      x2
A----------------2-----2----------------------------------
E-2------2------------------------------------------------

Duck tales, AWOOHOO...   Everyday...

   E                                  C            D
G----------------------------------------5-----5-------7-----7-------------------------
D-----2------2-----2------2-0-2-------------------------------------------------------          x2
A-------------------------------------3-----3-----5-------5----------------------------
E-0------0------0-----0----------------------------------------------------------------

after "Tales of daring do, bad and good luck tales"  this bridge is played

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

D-D-D-D-Danger watch behind you...
   
   F#   G#   D    E    C#
G------------------------------------------------
D------------------------------------------------
A--------------5-5--7-7--4-4--4-4----------
E-2-2--4-4------------------------------------

After GRAB ONTO SOME DUCKTALES!!!!
    
    F#                                D           E 
G-----------------------------------------7-----7---9-----9---------
D------4------4------4------4-2-4---------------------------------       x?
A--------------------------------------5-----5----7-----7------------
E--2------2------2------2-------------------------------------------

then you should play this

    F#      
G-----------------------------------------------------
D------4------4------4------4-2-4-----------------
A------------------------------------------------------
E--2------2------2------2---------------------------

then this little diddy again with a little twist 
  
    F#  G#   D    E    F#   G#   C#    
G---------------------------------------------------------------
D---------------------------------------------------------------
A--------------5-5--7-7---------------4-4-4-4-------------
E-2-2--4-4---------------2-2--4-4-------------------------

then resume plaing 

    F#                                D           E
G----------------------------------------7-----7----9-----9----
D-----4------4------4------4-2-4------------------------------
A-------------------------------------5-----5----7-----7-------
E-2------2------2------2---------------------------------------

                                                                                            F#
End it with the first part of he figure directly above this (Just the E-2 and D-4)

There you go, sorry again for the timing, but I am not a real musician.

AP
            
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