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Wolves Lower Bass tabs (ver.1)

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Wolves Lower Bass tabs (ver.1)

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                "(1)


Wait four bars

  Intro          "Suspicion yourself..."
G |--------|--------
D |2------0|--------
A |--------|2-------
E |--------|--------

  Verse
G -------------|-----------|
D 2-4-5-4-2-(4)|-----------|
A -------------|2---(0)-2--|  Repeat twice
E -------------|-----------|
  These notes are Triplets

Play the A only on the verse before the pre-chorus (when it is held)
Ocassionally play the B octave i.e. G--4-- instead of the A on the first 
repeat
Like this:
   G --4-----4---
   D ------------
   A 2----2------
   E ------------

  Pre-chorus  (2x)               Chorus
G-------------                G--------------------------------
D---(22)--(77)   Repeat twice D---7-------7-------5-------5----(5/7)
A-------------                A---------5---5-----------3---3--
E-0-----5-----                E-5---5-----------3---3----------

  Bridge                     Interlude  (4x)
G----------                   G -------12-----
D---5----5-                   D ----------12--
A----------                   A 10\-----------
E-3----3---                   E --------------

  Coda riff (intro with a walk up)
G ----------------|--------2|4-------|
D 2------0--------|2------5-|--------|
A --------2-------|---------|--------|
E ----------------|---------|--------|

  Outro
G-------- |-------
D---5---5*|5-4-2--
A--------*|-------
E-3---3-- |-------

Here's the order:
   Wait 4 bars
   Intro
   Verse
   Verse
   Verse
   Pre-chorus
   Chorus
   Bridge
   Verse
   Verse
   Pre-chorus
   Chorus
   Bridge
   Interlude
   Coda riff
   Verse
   Verse
   Pre-chorus
   Chorus
   Outro
"            
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