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Fever Bass Tab

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Peggy Lee - Fever
Album: Best of Peggy Lee

Basicly the whole song uses the same riff. Listen to the song for the rythm, it's not hard =)


[Intro:] 
G|-----------------|
D|-----------2-----|
A|-0-3-0-3-0-----0-|    x2
E|-------------3---|

[Riff 1:]
G|---------------------------------------|
D|---------2----------2------------2-----|  
A|-0-3-0-3----0-3-0-3----0-3-0-3-0-----0-|
E|---------------------------------0-3---|

Never know how much I love you, never know how much I care
When you put your arms around me, I get a fever that's so hard to bear
You give me fever, when you kiss me, fever when you hold me tight
Fever! In the morning, fever all through the night

[Fill:]
D|-2p0--- 
A|-----3-  

[Riff 1]
Sun lights up the daytime, moon lights up the night
I light up when you call my name, and you know I'm gonna treat you right
You give me fever, when you kiss me, fever when you hold me tight
Fever! In the morning, fever all through the night

[Riff 1]
Everybody's got the fever, that is something you all know
Fever isn't such a new thing, fever started long ago


[Bridge 1:]         
G|-----------------|
D|-----------3-----|  [Fill:]
A|-1-4-1-4-1-----1-|  D|-3p1-----|
E|-------------4---|  A|-----3-2-|

[Riff 2:]
G|---------------------------------------|
D|---------3----------3------------3-----|  
A|-1-4-1-4---1-4-1-4----1-4-1-4-1------1-|
E|-----------------------------------4---|

Romeo loved Juliet, Juliet she felt the same
When he put his arms around her, he said, "Julie, Baby, you're my flame"
"Thou giveth fever, when we kisseth, fever with thy flaming youth
"Fever! I'm afire, fever, yeah, I burn, forsooth."


[Riff 3:]
G|---------------------------------------|
D|---------4---------4------------4------|  
A|-2-5-2-5---2-5-2-5----2-5-2-5-2-----2--|
E|----------------------------------5----|

Captain Smith and Pocahontas had a very mad affair
When her daddy tried to kill him, she said, “Daddy, oh, don't you dare!”
"He gives me fever with his kisses, fever when he holds me tight
Fever! I'm his misses, so Daddy, Won't you treat him right?”

[Riff 3]
Now you've listened to my story, here's the point that I have made
Chicks were born to give you fever, be it Fahrenheit or Centigrade
They give you fever, when you kiss them, fever if you live and learn
Fever! 'till you sizzle, what a lovely way to burn

[Repeat this part:]
G|-----------|
D|-----4-----|
A|-5-2-----2-|
E|-------5---|

what a lovely way to burn
what a lovely way to burn
what a lovely way to burn

[Outro:]
G|------------|
D|------------|
A|-5-2-----2~-|
E|-----2-5----|
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sen.4rundhati wrote on March 23 2012, 01:22 pm

Great tab, thank you, but:

Riff 2 [Fill:]
D|-3p1-----|
A|-----4-3-|

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0olong wrote on March 28 2012, 05:13 am

I think the G (3 on the E string) should actually be G# (4 on the E string), going by more than one version of the sheet music (as well as the instincts of my musical housemate). It's slightly counter-intuitive - G is probably a bit more harmonious there, but G# seems to be what Peggy Lee's version uses!

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squidT wrote on April 15 2014, 11:44 pm

Totally agree with 0olong, bring that lowest note up a half step for each of the parts. I think the G# is meant to build some tension, which is then immediately resolved at the end of the riff by sliding up to the A.

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