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Jack And Diane Bass Tab

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I'm not sure this is right, but it's the way I play it and it dosen't sound bad.

Chords (intro)

G|--------------------7-7-----------------------|x3
D|----------------------------------------------|
A|-------7--5-4-3-------------------------------|
E|---5------------------------------------------|

Once the verse starts you don't do anything, you can clap during the chorus.

At around 1:32 in the song (I'm using the time from the album Words & Music) the chords 
again.
It's the same as the intro, only play it x2 though.

After the chords again you can clap or something.

Outro:

G|--------------------------------7-7---------------|Fade out until song ends
D|--------------------------------------------------|
A|--------7-7-7------7---5-4-3----------------------|
E|----5-----------5---------------------------------|

There it is, I hope it helps anyone trying to learn this song.
Again, I'm sure if it's right, I think might have missed something during the verses, 
it was hardly noticeable.
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Billy M wrote on April 23 2010, 04:04 pm

Sorry man, this is not right at all. Listen harder for the bass. It is rarely played in the song and is just one note at the end of each riff until the second chorus where it does ome fancier stuff. This tab doesn't even match the guitar riff, which the bass doesn't play anyway. Sorry.

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