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Mumm-ra, Shes Got You High Tabs (ver.1)

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Shes Got You High Tabs (ver.1)

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                This is a very nice song, this tab is only the main riff for the song which is repeated
and over and over again, like a monkey with a minituare symbol. Each line represents 3 bars
of music and because there are 4 lines, there are 12bars altogether which makes this an
easy song to jam to.


e/-----7-----9-----4-----4-----2-----0--------|
B/--------------------------------------------|
G/--------------------------------------------|   X 2
D/--------------------------------------------|
A/--------------------------------------------|
E/-0-----0-----0-----0-----0-----0------------|


e/-----7-----9-----4-----4-----2-----0--------|
B/--------------------------------------------|
G/--------------------------------------------|   X 1
D/--------------------------------------------|
A/-0-----0-----0-----0-----0-----0------------|
E/--------------------------------------------|


e/-----7-----9-----4-----4-----2-----0--------|
B/--------------------------------------------|
G/--------------------------------------------|   X 1
D/--------------------------------------------|
A/--------------------------------------------|
E/-0-----0-----0-----0-----0-----0------------|


Also the Chord Shape below can be played over the top if your rythm guitarist gets bored.
Alternatively if you are soloing you may want to implement this chord for fun fun fun for all the family?

e/-7---|
B/-7---|
G/-8---|
D/-9---|
A/-9---|
E/-7---|

There are probably more chords that fit this song but this is the only chord in the actual
song and therefore i don't have to bother working them out for you :). Enjoy!
            
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