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Paul Wright - You're Beautiful Bass

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You're Beautiful Bass

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Paul Wright
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                You’re Beautiful - Paul Wright


Tuning: Standard


*Look at the notes at the bottom of the page before starting*
Chorus	In @ 0:36
G|-------------------------------------|
D|-------------------------------------|
A|--------------------3-3-333-3-3-333--|
E|--0-0-000--3-3-333-------------------|(x2)

G|----------------------------------------------------------|
D|----------------------------------------------------------|
A|--7--7-7----------3--3-3-3--3-3--7--7-7--5--5-5--3(fade)--|
E|----------3--3-3------------------------------------------|

Bridge
G|----------------------------------------------|
D|--000000000000--------------------------------|
A|---------------002233333333/1515151515151515--|
E|----------------------------------------------|

G|-------------------------------------|
D|--000000000000-----------------------|
A|---------------00223333333333333333--|
E|-------------------------------------|

G|----------------------------------------------------------------|
D|----------------------------------------------------------------|
A|-----------5-5-555--3-3-333--3-3-335--7-7-777--5-5-555-3(fade)--|
E|--0-0-000-------------------------------------------------------|

Order
Chorus (@ 0:36)
Chorus (@ 1:49)
Bridge

* Pay attention to when the bass enters and exits
* Bass DOESNT play from: (0:00 - 0:35), (1:12 - 1:48), (3:00 - 5:00)
* Bass DOESNT play verses
* At the end of the Chorus leading into the Bridge, instead of fading the “C”
(“A” string, Fret 3) just play quarter notes to fill that space.
            
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