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Little Lion Man Bass Tab

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version 2

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	                Little Lion Man - Mumford & Sons
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Tabbed By : Alan1989B
e-mail: cheesybarrett@yahoo.ie

Tuning: Standard

This version is tabbed for a standard 4-String bass. I've tabbed the whole lot in order 
make it easier. Listen to the song to get the feel of the rythem and to get the timing 
on.

Intro:

Begins at (0:14)
G|-----------------------------|
D|------5-h7-5-----------------| (x2)
A|--5~------------7-8-\3-------|
E|------------------------1---/|

Verse:
Weep for yourself...
G|----------------------------------------|
D|----------------------------------------|
A|5---5---5-7-8-\3-----5---5---5-7-8-\3---|
E|-----------------1--------------------1-|

Rate yourself...
G|----------------------------------------|
D|----------------------------------------|
A|3---1---1------------3---1---1----------|
E|---------3-1---0-1------------3-1---0-1-|


1st Chorus:
But it was not your fault....
G|--------------------------------------------------|
D|--------------------------------------------------|
A|5-------8-------5-------8-------5-------8----10---|
E|----6---------------6---------------6-----------8-|


Pre-Verse:
G|-----------------------------|
D|------5-h7-5-----------------| (x2)
A|--5~------------7-8-\3-------|
E|------------------------1---/|


Verse:
Tremble for yourself...
G|----------------------------------------|
D|----------------------------------------|
A|5---5---5-7-8-\3-----5---5---5-7-8-\3---|
E|-----------------1--------------------1-|

Yor grace is wasted...
G|----------------------------------------|
D|----------------------------------------|
A|3---1---1------------3---1---1----------|
E|---------3-1---0-1------------3-1---0-1-|


2nd Chorus:
But it was not your fault....
G|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|5555------8888888-5555----8888888-5555----88888-10-----------------| (x2)
E|-----6666-------------6666------------6666---------8888888888888888|


Pre-Interlude:
G|-----------------------------|
D|------5-h7-5-----------------| (x2)
A|--5~------------7-8-\3-------|
E|------------------------1---/|


Interlude:
G|------------------------------------|
D|----------------8888888888888888----|
A|8888888888888888--------------------|
E|------------------------------------|

G|-------------------------------------|
D|-----------------8888888888888888----|
A|33333333/88888888--------------------|
E|-------------------------------------|

Ahhh Ahhh Ahh.........
G|-------------------------------------|
D|-----------------8888888888888888----| (x6)
A|33333333/88888888--------------------|
E|-------------------------------------|


3rd (Last) Chorus
But it was not your fault....
G|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|--(pause)-8888888-5555----8888888-5555----88888-10-----------------| (x1)
E|----------------------6666------------6666---------8888888888888888|

But it was not your fault....
G|----|
D|----|
A|-5--|
E|----|

End on the first note of the second measure of the last chorus.


| /  slide up
| \  slide down
| h  hammer-on
| p  pull-off
| ~  vibrato
| +  harmonic
| x  Mute note
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Nick3865 10 wrote on April 10 2013, 11:49 pm

Music has these things called measures that help with keeping the beat, which is sort of important for a bass. You can even use them with tabs too! At least show what's a long count vs. a short count (you can make your lines the same length to show the same number of counts).

-5-5- is sometimes a 1/4 note, and sometimes it's a tiny transition note, it isn't too helpful, it's just lazy. (maybe I'm wrong thinking music should use music conventions?)

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ekfritz 10 wrote on January 12 2014, 03:10 am

You're getting something for free, but because it doesn't meet your standards you feel the appropriate response is to criticize in a condescending and sarcastic tone? I'm not saying you don't have a point, but man, lighten up. Or better yet, improve the tab!

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huddyc 135 wrote on January 16 2014, 11:58 am

the first part of the "interlude" is played as so;

G|--------------------|
D|4:-3---3---3---3----| x8
A|4:------------------|
E|-----1---1---1---1--|

then go on to the;

G|------------| G|-----------| G|-----------| G|-----------|
D|4:----------| D|4:---------| D|4:-8-8-8-8-| D|4:-8-8-8-8-| x4
A|4:-3-3-3-3/-| A|4:-8-8-8-8-| A|4:---------| A|4:---------|
E|------------| E|-----------| E|-----------| E|-----------|

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