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Broken Out In Love Bass Tab

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			 Mark Crozer & The Rels - Broken Out In Love
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Tabbed by: J Tease
E-mail: jtease@hotmail.co.uk

Tuning: Standard (E-A-D-G)

The song made famous, to most, by WWE for the entrance theme of the Wyatt Family.
The song is one continuous rhythm which follows the same playing shape even through the chord progressions.
Listen to the song for the chord changes and it'll be easy enough to pick up.

Rate and enjoy!

Riff 1:

G|----------------|-----------------|
D|----------------|-----------------|
A|----7---5--7----|----7----5---5-7-|
E|-0----0---------|-0----0----7-----|

Riff 2:

G|----------------|-----------------|
D|----7---5--7----|----7----5---5-7-|
A|-0----0---------|-0----0----7-----|
E|----------------|-----------------|

Riff 3:

G|----------------|-----------------|----------------|-----------------|
D|----9---7--9----|----9----7---7-9-|----7---5--7----|----7----5---5-7-|
A|----------------|-----------9-----|-0----0---------|-0----0----7-----|
E|-7----7---------|-7----7----------|----------------|-----------------|


What did I tell you? Easy right?

JT
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tydogg2443 wrote on April 29 2014, 02:15 am

I never like to leave a negative rating for a tab, but this is just inaccurate. Riff 3 is off by quite a bit and Riffs 1 & 2 are off by 2 notes each. =\

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Tease wrote on May 2 2014, 08:30 am

What notes are missing though? I listen to then song and hear how I've tabbed it. I'm not saying the tab is accurate to timing but that's why I suggest listening to get the timing - many tabs are inaccurate in that sense too. The songs follows the same riff throughout if you listen closely, its just chord changes.

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MoocowHernandez wrote on May 5 2014, 01:25 am

tydogg2443 was right.
The first two riffs you have wrong. There are only two open notes per riff rather than the 4 you have(one open note per bar). 1st riff... the second open note in each bar needs to be replaced with E-7 and same with the 2nd riff, with A-7.
With the 3rd riff... if you listen to the song you can clearly hear it doesn't follow the same pattern as the first two riffs. It only follows the pattern from the first bar and repeats it once each before the chord change.

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