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I Wish bass

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I found the already existing bass tab as trascribed by Kieren Walters a
little bit difficult to follow if not perhaps inaccurate in parts.  Well
I didn't get the album out, but this is how I play it and I think it's a
little more straight forward and you ought to get some mileage out of
it.  I mean no offense Kieren, anyone who would take the time to
contribute to this cause is ok by me.

I Wish  by Stevie Wonder

Verse/Chorus


    Ebm7     Ab7     Ebm7      Ab7     Ebm7     Ab7  

g---------------------------------------------------
d------------------------5-6-8-6--------------------  etc...
a---6-----------3-4-5-6-----------3-4-5-6-----------
e------3-4-6-4-----------------------------3-4-6-4--
     

Bridge:

        Bb7        C7      Fm7     Abm7    Bb7    C7       Fm7    Bb7+  

g--------------------------------------------------------------------
d---------------------------------5-6-5-6-7-------------------5-6-7-8
a-----------3-5----3-5-6-7-8-7-8--------------3-5---3-5-6-7-8--------
e--3-4-5-6------6---------------------------6-----6------------------



The Bb7+ is played like this:  (This is an augmented dominant 7th chord)
							   (meanining it has a sharp 5 and a flat 7)
							   (very hip)

                              e---x-----------
							  b---9----------- pinky    
							  g---9----------- ring
							  d---8----------- middle  							                             
a---x----------- 
							  e---8----------- first finger

The Abm7 in the bridge, I think is correct but I'm not really sure.

Transcribed by Jim O'Reilly
Happy Walkin' folks!


            
            
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