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Weekends And Bleak Days Bass tabs (ver.2)

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Weekends And Bleak Days Bass tabs (ver.2)

Young Knives
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                Young Knives - Weekends and Bleak Days
Bass tab


I don't think there's a single correct tab for this song, so in anticipation
for their new album 'Ornaments From the Silver Arcade' I have tabbed the bass
part for this song, with the guitar part to follow. This is 100% correct. 
I haven't tabbed the rhythm, just listen to the song.

Tuning: GDAE


VERSE (MAIN RIFF)
"hot summer, what a bummer, me oh my, think I'm gon'ta..."
g---------------------------------------|
d--7-8-9-9-9-9-9-9----------------------|
a------------------7-8-9-9-9-9-9-9------| 
e---------------------------------------|


PRE-CHORUS
"live for the reason, the reason is sure to amaze..."
g-------------------------------------------|
d-------------------------------------------|
a-------------------------------------------| x2
e--1---3---5---7---5-5-5-5-5-5-5-5-5-5-5----|


CHORUS (MAIN RIFF)
"hot summer, hot hot summer!..."
"this. is. the. end. of. the. summer"


BRIDGE

g---------------------------------|
d---------------------------------|
a--9-9----7--6-----9-9----3--2----|
e---------------------------------|

g---------------------------------|
d---------------------------------|
a--9-9----5--4-----9-9----3--2----|
e---------------------------------|

then (build-up)
g--------------------------------|
d--/9-9-9-9-9-9-9-9-9-9-9-9-9-9--|
a--------------------------------|
e--------------------------------|

and back into CHORUS (MAIN RIFF)
"hot summer, hot hot summer!"


PRE-CHORUS x4


OUTRO (before chorus)
"one day I woke up on my own..."
g-------------------------------------|
d-------------------------------------|
a-------5-----------------------------|
e---5-------5---2---5---1-1-1-1-1...--|


MAIN RIFF x4

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