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Flinch Bass Tab

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             Flinch - Alannis Morrisette
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Tabbed by: Tal Lavi

The rhythm isn't exactly as written. 
Listen to the song and you'll figure it out quite quickly.

All long A notes that are played in the verse are interchangable 
between the two octaves (5th fret on E or 7th fret on D). 
You can find some interesting patterns by experimenting a little.

VERSE:

"What's it been..."
G|-------------------------------------|
D|----7--------------------------------|
A|--------------------5----------------|X4
E|5------------------------------------|

BRIDGE:

"What are you my.."
G|--------7-----------2----------------|
D|--7---7-------2-3-5------------------|
A|----5-------5------------------------|
E|5-----------------------5------------|

G|--------7---2------------------------|
D|--7---7-------5-3-2------------------|
A|----5---------------------5----------|
E|5-------------------5-------5--------|

CHORUS:

"How long.."
G|--------------------------------|
D|--------7---------------7-------|
A|--------------------------------|X3
E|5---------------5---------------|

"Soon I'll grow up.."
G|------------2---------------------------|
D|----------------------------------------|
A|3---5---2-----------3---5---2-----------|
E|--------------------------------5-------|

Fade to end of song with chorus.


Go easy on me - it's my first tab. Corrections are welcome.
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