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Looking Out My Back Door bass

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			     Lookin Out My Back Door - CCR
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Tabbed By : Jose
e-mail: josesanders2@yahoo.com

Tuning: DADG

Intro:
G|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|--1-----1---------------------------/6-6------------------1---1-3-5--------|
D|----3-3---3-3---5--0-0---5--0-0---1------8--8-8---3-3--5-------------------|

Verse riff 1:
G|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|--1-----1---------------------------/6-6-----------------------------------|
D|----3-3---3-3---5--0-0---5--0-0---1------8--8-8--3-3---3-3-3-5-7-----------|

Verse riff 2:
G|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|--1-----1---------------------------/6-6------------------1---1-3-5--------|
D|----3-3---3-3---5--0-0---5--0-0---1------8--8-8---3-3--5-------------------|

Chorus:
G|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|--------------6-6-6-6-1-1-1-1--1-1-1-1-------------------------------------|
D|--3-3-3-3-3-3--------------------------5-5-5-5-3-3-3-3---------------------|

After the break, everything is the same but up one step.

Play this little lead in:
G|---------|
D|---------|
A|--3-2-0--|
D|---------|

Then the chorus riff:
G|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|--------------8-8-8-8-3-3-3-3--3-3-3-3-------------------------------------|
D|-5-5-5-5-5-5---------------------------7-7-7-7-5-5-5-5---------------------|


Verse Riff 1:
G|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|--3-----3---------------------------/8-8-----------------------------------|
D|----5-5---5-5---7--2-2---7--2-2---3------10--10-10--5-5---5-5-5-7-9--------|

Verse riff 2, Much slower:
G|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|--3-----3---------------------------/8-8--------------------3---3-5-7------|
D|----5-5---5-5---7--2-2---7--2-2---3------10--10-10--5-5--7-----------------|


| /  slide up
| \  slide down
| h  hammer-on
| p  pull-off
| ~  vibrato
| +  harmonic
| x  Mute note
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xx409xx 10 Feb 05, 2010 07:01 AM

Yeah, so there is no reason to detune to Drop D to play this song. The original is not played in Drop D, and taking it out of standard tuning makes you have to do all these funny shifts out of first position which increases the chances that you are going to make mistakes playing it. Another thing that this accomplishes is to deform all the chord shapes, so this simple walking bass line is now a random mass of notes which is harder to memorize (presuming you know the diatonic chord shapes in standard tuning.)

Also why tune to D if most likely most your other songs in the set are standard?

So in summary, this might sound right if you are playing in Drop D, but why give us a drop D tab of a song in standard tuning?

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