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Papa Was A Rollin' Stone - Sly And The Family Stone
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Tabbed By : evil_empire24-7
e-mail:black_sunday911@hotmail.com

Tuning:(Standard) EADG


(Heavy Bass)
G|----------------------------------------------------------------|
D|----------------------------------------------------------------|
A|---------55-----------------------------------------------------|
E|-5-7--------7----5-7--------------------------------------------|

                     Play Till The Song Finishes


Larry Graham The Inventor Of The Slapping Lives Forever.

If U Are Interested In Larry's Style Check Out (Thank You Falettinme Be Mice Elf
Agin,Everyday People,Dance To The Music,Family Affair) By Sly And The Family Stone.

And (The Jam,Hair) By Graham Central Station.

My First Bass Tab Though Im A Guitarist And I Don't Have A Bass But I Tabbed It In My
Guitar.

            
            
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Ockeroid 192 Sep 19, 2006 08:58 AM

You tabbed it half a step to high.

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xifr 150 May 25, 2008 02:36 AM

This song was actually played by the temptations and not sly, and the bassist was the legendary James Jamerson.

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