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Wake Me Up Bass Tab

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Girls Aloud - Wake Me Up

Standard Tuning

0:15

G---------------------------------|
D-2-2-2-2-----------------5-5-4-4-|
A---------1-1-1-2-2-2-2-2---------|
E---------------------------------|

G---------------------------------|
D-2-2-2-2-------------------------|
A---------1-1-1-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-|
E---------------------------------|

Pretty much this for the rest of the song except at 0:46 to 0:50 where you jus play more 
E (2nd fret on the D string)

Also, there seems to be a slight variation after that section where the bass plays on 
its own (2:22 to 2:37)

It should sound something like this...

G---------------------------------|
D-2-2-2-2-----------------5-5-4-4-|
A---------1-1-1-2-2-2-2-2---------|
E---------------------------------|

G-------------------4-------------|
D-2-2-2-2-------------------------|
A---------1-1-1-2-2---2-2-2-2-2-2-|
E---------------------------------|

Basically just an octave up on one note and you play this until fade out.

End

There are also some other variations in the way the bass is played. There are certain 
times when the bass holds the nots at the end of phrases instead of continuous picking but 
you can just listen out for those.
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