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Rolling Stones - Beast Of Burden Bass

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Beast Of Burden Bass

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                Song - Beast of Burden
Artist - Rolling Stones
Album - B-side "The Whip Comes Down" 1978

Rest 2 measures for guitar intro.  Come in with drums.
Bill Wyman is playing bass for the stones on this track and he adds a lot of 
variation to his parts.  This is just a basic outline for you.  Good Luck.

Verse 1 - part A

G:----------------------------------------------------------------
D:-----------------------7-----------------------------7----------
A:--7---7-7-6---4----------------7---7-7-6---4--------------------
E:-------------------5----------------------------5---------------

Line changes about 30 seconds into the song


Verse 1 - part B

G:----------------------------------------------------------------
D:------------6---------------------------6-----------------------
A:--7---7----------------------7---7------------------------------
E:---------4------5--5-7-7-------------4-----5--5-7-7-------------



Chorus

G:------------------------------------------------------------------
D:-----------------------------6------------7-------------6-----9---
A:----------------------------------------------------------------9-
E:--5-5--5-5-5---5---4-4--4-4-----5-5--5-5-----4-4--4-4-------7-----


***Verse Variation in the last quarter of the song

G:----------------------------------------------------------------
D:-----------------------7-----------------------------7----------
A:--7---7-6-7---4----------------7---7-7-6---4--------------------
E:-------------------5----------------------------5---------------
            
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