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In The Air Tonight Bass Tab


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Song: In The Air Tonight
Artist: Phil Collins
Tabbed by: K.C. (kc@kcsrealm.com)
Tuning: Standard

Comes in towards the end with this riff:


- You know that song by Phil Collins - In the air tonight?  About that guy who 
could have saved that other guy from drowning, but didn't, and Phil saw it 
all and at a show he found him?
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Jordo141 wrote on July 29 2010, 09:33 pm

Pretty good. I like it

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WeirdFish000 wrote on January 26 2013, 09:56 pm

G|-------------2-0---2-0 ~~ -----------------------------------------------

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WeirdFish000 wrote on January 26 2013, 10:01 pm

That line break shouldn't be there, obviously. But the note progression for that second measure should be A-G-F-A-G-{rest} C-Bb-C, not the G-{rest}-E-C as in the original submission. It felt like a note was missing from the original tab when I played along, so I slowed the song down to 75% and that's when I heard the missing note.

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