Seven and Seven Is: Tablature

Excerpted from Fretplay.

[The bass sounds like it is played in octaves in real time, not
overdubbed.]

bass (slide between roots of chords) w/heavily-tremoloed guitar:

Am C G
v v v v v v v v
—|—————–|—————–
(5)|/7—————|/10—–/17——
—|—————–|—————–
(3)|/5—————|/8——/15——

D F C
v v v v v v v v
—————–|—————–
\12————–|/15——\10—–
—————–|—————–
\10————–|/13——\8——

Em
v v v v v v v v
—————–|—————–
/14————–|/14——14——
—————–|—————–
/12————–|/12——12——

bass:

A Asus4 A Asus4
v v v v v v v v
—————–|—————–
——-0———|——-0———
-0—3———–|-0—3———–
———0—3-0-|———0—3-0-

Verse 1:

A E G D A Asus4 A Asus4
When I was a boy I thought…
A E G D A Asus4 A Asus4
I’d sit inside a bottle and …
Am C* G D A Asus4 A Asus4
In my lonely room I’d ….
Am C G
You can throw me if you …
A (Am)
[E A A] [E A A] <- bass
[3/4] Oop-ip-ip oop-ip-ip, [4/4] yeah!

* mistake during verse 1: bass plays E pattern over C chord

[repeat intro]

For complete tab, go to Fretplay.

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~ by rvkeeper on February 19, 2011.

 
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