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Random Bass

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                I noticed the other bass tab submitted is off by 1/2 step. They probably
simply forgot to mention tuning down but here is another way to play it in
STANDARD TUNING.

*** The only issue is the outro/ending has to be done an octave higher
(personally I like the way it sounds better).


VERSE:
======
G:--------------------|
D:--------------------|              * These are played as 1/8, 1/4, and half
A:---------6666-------|                notes, so listen to the song to get
E:-4444444------1-2-1-|2               timing right.


PRE-CHORUS:
===========
G:-----------------------------------|
D:-----------------------------------|              * Also played in middle of verse.
A:-3---------3-3-4-6-4---------------|
E:---4-3-1-3-------------------------|


CHORUS:
=======
G:-------------------------------------|
D:-------------------------------------|    * Try pushing strings down on neck hard
A:-2-2x-2--------1-1-----1-1-----------|      with right hand where "x" is. This
E:--------1-1x-1-----1-2-----1-2-------|      isn't in the song, but gives a cool
                                      springy effect to the riff.


OUTRO/END:
==========                     last
G:----------------------------|-----------|
D:-2-2-1-2-1-2-1-2-2-1-2-3-3--|-2-2-------|    * Remember this part is an octave
A:----------------------------|-----------|      higher, since we don't feel like
E:----------------------------|-----------|      tuning down for just ONE song :)


VERSE         8X
PRE-CHORUS    4X
VERSE         8X
PRE-CHORUS    4X
CHORUS        4X
VERSE         8X
PRE-CHORUS    4X
CHORUS        4X
OUTRO/END     4X

Well that's it! Easy and really fun song to play. May not be 100%, but works.
This is my 1st tab so have mercy on a mofo...
            
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