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Great Romances Of The 20Th Century bass

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Taking Back Sunday - Great Romances of the 20th Century


By: Bill7747@yahoo.com (AOL - Bill7747) 

Amazing song. I'm pretty sure this tab is at least 95% correct, since I play it
all the time and it sounds pretty good. I didn't put how many times to play
each part so listen to the song for the rhythm and the number of times to play
each part. 


* - let ring 
> - strum 

intro (with guitar) 
G|-------------------------------------| 
D|-------------------------------------| 
A|-2*------2---------------------------| 
E|----------0*------2*------2-4---0*---| 

intro (when drums come in) (listen for rhythm) 
G|---------------------------------------|------------------------------------| 
D|-------4-2-1-2----2-4*---4-6--2---242--|-------4-2-1-2----2-4*---4-6--2-----| 
A|--2*-----------------------------------|--2*--------------------------------| 
E|---------------------------------------|------------------------------------| 

1st verse (September never stays this cold...) 
G|------------------------| 
D|------------------------| 
A|-------------2>---------| 
E|--4>---0>----------2>---| 

2nd Verse (This won't mean a thing come tomorrow...) 
G|------|--------------------------| 
D|------|--------------------------| 
A|--2---|------------2>-------2----| 
E|---2--|--4>---0>--------2>---2---| 

3rd Verse (i guess?) "She said, c'mon c'mon..." 
G|-----------------------------------------------------------| 
D|-----------------------------------------------------------| 
A|-----------------------------------------------------------| 
E|--44--22--00--00--44--22--00--00---4>-2>-0>>---4>-2>-0>>---| 

next part 
G|--------------| 
D|--------------| 
A|--------------| 
E|--4>-2>-0>>---| 

Breakdown (?) 
G|-----------------| ------------------------------- It sorta sounds like 
D|---2*------------| --2*-----------1-2*------------ he adds a fill for this 
A|-----------2*----| ---------2*--24--------2*------ part. This is it if you 
E|-----------------| ------------------------------- want to play it. 

"I never said I'd take this lying down..." 
G|---------------------------| 
D|---------------------------| 
A|---------------------------| 
E|--444-222-444-222--42-0>>--| 

next part ("Then whats the point?...) 
G|-----------| 
D|-----------| 
A|-----------| 
E|--0*---0*--| 

Outro (?) ("I'm in your room...) 
G|--------------------------| 
D|--------------------------| 
A|--------------------------| 
E|---4>------2>-------0>>---| 

Last part 
G|----------------------------| 
D|----------------------------| 
A|----------------------------| 
E|--444-222-444-222--42--0*---| 

Ok. That should be it. Like I said before, just listen to the song for the
rhythm and how many times to play each part and whatnot. Questions or Comments
IM me at Bill7747 or email me at Bill7747@yahoo.com.

            
            
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