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Waiting For The Worms Bass tabs (ver.2)

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Waiting For The Worms Bass tabs (ver.2)

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                Music and Lyrics: Roger Waters

Performance:
Roger Waters - bass
David Gilmour - guitars
Nick Mason - drums and percussion
Richard Wright - keyboards
Andy Brown - bass
Snowy White (Andy Roberts) - guitars

Vocals:
Roger Waters, David Gilmour
John Joyce, Stan Farber, Joe Chemay, Jim Haas - backing vocals

Intro
G-----------|-----------|------------|---------------|--------------||
D-----------|-----------|------------|---------------|--------------||
A-------2---|-------2---|--------2---|-----------(2)-|--------------||
E-2---------|-2---------|-2----------|-(2)-----------|-------2------||
 Aaah  Aaah  You... now.  No... try.  Goodbye... over... ...on by

Verse I                    Bridge I
G----------|--------------|---------------|-------------------------||
D----------|--------------|---------------|-------------------------||
A----------|-------1---2--|----2----2-1-0-|--------2----3-----------||
E-2--------|-2------------|-2-------------|----2--------------------||
 Sitting... behind my wall                   worms to come.

(Drums)

Verse II                   Bridge II
G----------|--------------|----------------|-------------------------||
D----------|--------------|----------------|-------------------------||
A----------|-------1---2--|-----2----2-1-0-|--------2----2-----------||
E-2--------|-2------------|-2--------------|----2--------------------||
 In a...    behind my wall                    worms to come.

Megaphone speech (play as a march - 2\4 begining just before the
first word)
G----------------------------------------------------------------------|
D----------------------------------------------------------------------|
A-0--0--0--0--0---0--0--0--0---0-(0)---------0--0--0--0---0--0--0--0---|
E---------------2------------2------2-2-2-2-------------2--------------|

G------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A---0--0--0--0--0--0---0--0--0--0--0--0---0-(0)---------0--0--0--0--0--0-|
E-2------------------2------------------2-------2-2-2-2------------------|

G-------------------------------------------||
D-------------------------------------------||
A---0--0--0--0--0--0---0-(0)---------0--0---||
E-2------------------2-------2-2-2-2--------||

Bridge III  Verse III
G----------|---------------------------|---------------------------|
D----------|---------------------------|---------------------------|
A-4-3-2-1-0|--------(2)----------1--2--|----(2)------(2)-----(2)---|
E----------|2----------(2)---2---------|(2)------(2)-----(2)-------|
            Would.. to see..rule a-gain                   my friend

                              Riff   X2 Verse IV=VerseIII
G---------|------------------|--------|---------------------------------|
D---------|------------------|--------|---------------------------------|
A-2--1--0-|------------------|--------|---------------------------------|
E---------|-------2------2---|-0-230-2|---------------------------------|
 Oooh,Aaah    to do..   worms

Guitar solo = Riff X22 (till Stop)

Personally I like the following bass for the solo...

G-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
D-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
A--0---0----0---0-------------------------------------------------------|
E-------------------2---2----2---2--------------------------------------|
  Ham-mer  Ham-mer Ham-mer  Ham-mer


The notes in () are optional. Play thek if you want your bass to be
closer to the original album.

Have fun and keep in mind that this is a pseudo-Nazi march so you have to
"sharpen" the notes when needed.

Any comments and corrections are welcome
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