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Tegan And Sara, Call It Off Bass tabs (ver.1)

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Call It Off Bass tabs (ver.1)

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                Possibly the next single off "The Con", it's a different turn from what T&S usually do, 
it's still an amazing song.

Just listen for the patterns, it's really simple
Everything in this tab is relative to the fact that the guitar is played with a capo on 
3rd fret, just for the record.

If you wanna play along with the first verse, here it is, but I think it's just silent
Intro/Verse (x6)
G|-------|
D|-------|
A|6~--3~-|
E|-------|
"I won't regret this,
this thing,
that I'm saying.
Is it better than keeping my mouth shut,
that goes without saying."

The bass actually kicks in here, right at the end of 'saying'
Pre-Chorus
G|----------------|-----------|
D|----------------|-----------|
A|2/3-----6~-5~-4~|---6~-5~-4~|
E|-----6~---------|6~---------|
"Call (call), break (break) it(it) off(off),
Call (call), break (break) my (my) heart (heart)."

Chorus (X2)
G|--------|
D|--------|
A|---6~---|
E|4~----6~|
"Maybe I would have been something you'd be good at,
maybe you would have been something I'd be good at."


Chorus pt2 (X3)
G|-----------|
D|-----------|
A|------6~-3~|
E|4~-6~------|
But now, we'll never know,
I won't be sad, but in case I'll go there every day,
to make myself feel bad, there's a chance I'll start,
to wonder if this was the thing to do.

Post Chorus
G|------------|
D|------------|
A|------------|
E|6~~6~~6~~6~~|

Verse 2:(X4)
G|-------|
D|-------|
A|6~--3~-|
E|-------|
"I won't be out long,
but I still think,
it better if,
you take your time coming over here,
I think it's for the best"

Pre-chorus

Chorus, and for the outro, just continue to play the chorus.

End on
G|--|
D|--|
A|--|
E|6~|
            
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