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Happiest Days Of Our Lives Bass tabs (ver.1)

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Happiest Days Of Our Lives Bass tabs (ver.1)

Pink Floyd
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                "(1)
Song Title: "The Happiest Days of our Lives" 
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	This is a corrected versoin of Pink Floyd's "Another Brick in the 
Wall pt2" .  I've also figured out the song right before it, "The Happiest 
Days of our Lives."  I love the way these two songs just go together, so I 
felt that it was appropriate that I figure both bass lines out.  The author
of the original tab posted in the bta was John Cooke.  

Tuning: Dropped "D"      I notice that Roger Waters seems to like this 
tuning and many of the songs on The Wall and other albums by Pink Floyd 
are in this tuning.

NOTE:  The reverb effect can be simulated by pulling off and hammering on
between the note indicated and the note in parentheses.
 
"The Happiest Days of our Lives"
G --------------------------------------------------------------------------
D --------------------------------------------------------------------------
A ---5(3)---5---5(3)---5-5-5-3-3-3------------------------------------------
D --------------------------------5-5-5-5-3-3-3--5---5---5---5---5-7---5-7--

G --------------------------------------------------------------------------
D --------------------------------------------------------------------------
A -------------------3------------------------------------------------------
D ---5-7---5-7---5-7---5-7(5)---5-7---5-7---7-5-3---3-5-7---7-5-0---5-7---7-

G --------------------------------------------------------------------------
D --------------------------------------------------------------------------
A ---------------5-5-5-5-3-1-1-1-1-0---------1--3-3-3-3----1-----1-----1----
D ---7---7---7--- -------------------5-5-5-5------------3-----3-----3-----5-
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