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Her Favorite Style Bass

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Iron Butterfly
                          Her Favorite Style

                                 by

                          Iron Butterfly

The greatest song by one of the world's greatest, most underrated bands.

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|------3-------4-------3------------| x4

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|----------------------0--1------6--5--3------|
|---3~--/13\-----1--3--------1------------4---|
|---------------------------------------------|

|-----------------------------------------5----------------------|
|--------5-4-5-4-5-------5-4-5-4-5-----5---------------6--2------|
|---3-3-------------3-3-------------3--------3--6---4--------4---|
|----------------------------------------------------------------|

|-----------------------------------------5-------------------|
|--------5-4-5-4-5-------5-4-5-4-5-----5------------------2---|
|---3-3-------------3-3-------------3-----------6---4---------|
|-------------------------------------------------------------|

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|--------5-4-5-4-5-------5-4-5-4-5-------5-4-5-4-5-----5-4-5-4-5---|
|---3-3-------------3-3-------------3-3-----------3-3--------------|
|------------------------------------------------------------------|

("Exciting were her eyes...")
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|---3-3-------------3-3-------------3-3-----------3-3--------------|
|------------------------------------------------------------------|

("And refreshing was...")
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|---------6h8--------6h8--------6h8--------6h8---|
|---6-6--------4-4--------6-6--------4-4---------|
|------------------------------------------------|

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|--------6/8---8-------4/6---6--------/8---8------4/6---6---|
|---6-6-----------4-4-----------6-6-----------4-4-----------|
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|-----------------------------------------5----------------------|
|--------5-4-5-4-5-------5-4-5-4-5-----5---------------6--2------|
|---3-3-------------3-3-------------3-----------6---4--------4---|
|----------------------------------------------------------------|

|-----------------------------------------5----------------------|
|--------5-4-5-4-5-------5-4-5-4-5-----5---------------6--2------|
|---3-3-------------3-3-------------3-----------6---4--------4---|
|----------------------------------------------------------------|

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|--------5-4-5-4-5-------5-4-5-4-5-------5-4-5-4-5-----5-4-5-4-5---|
|---3-3-------------3-3-------------3-3-----------3-3--------------|
|------------------------------------------------------------------|

("So loving was her...")
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|---3-3-------------3-3-------------3-3-----------3-3--------------|
|------------------------------------------------------------------|

("She maintained all...")
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|---------6h8--------6h8--------6h8--------6h8---|
|---6-6--------4-4--------6-6--------4-4---------|
|------------------------------------------------|

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|--------6/8---8-------4/6---6-------6/8---8------4/6---6---|
|---6-6-----------4-4-----------6-6-----------4-4-----------|
|-----------------------------------------------------------|

|------------------------------------------------------------------|
|--------5-4-5-4-5-------5-4-5-4-5-------5-4-5-4-5-----5-4--/11\---|
|---3-3-------------3-3-------------3-3-----------3-3--------------|
|------------------------------------------------------------------|

("She reaped in her softness...")
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|---------5--6---5---------------5-6-5----5-6-5---5-6-5---5-6--/13\---|
|---6-6-------------2--5--3---3---------3-------3-------3-------------|
|---------------------------------------------------------------------|

|-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
|---------5--6---5---------------5-6-5----5-6-5---5-6-5-----2--3--4-5---|
|---6-6-------------2--5--3---3---------3-------3---------3-------------|
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------|

("Oh, truth. She was exciting...")
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("That was her faith...")
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|--------------------------------6-7-8-------8--------|
|---6--6--6--6--6--6-----------------------------3~---|
|-----------------------------------------------------|

|----------------------5-----|
|------------------3h5---5---|
|---3--3--3--3--3------------|
|----------------------------|

|---8-8-8-8-8-8-8-8-8-8-8-8-888888888888888----------|
|--------------------------------------------6-7-8---|
|----------------------------------------------------|
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|---3-------3-------1--------4--3---|
|------3-------4-------3------------| x4

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|---3~---------------3~------------|
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I can't figure out what Lee Dorman is playing during the ("Oh, truth. She was 
exciting...") section, but I might try and figure out later in my free time. For now, this is the 
best I've got.
            
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