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Our Lips Are Sealed Bass Tab

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just making a change to the verse... credit goes to Jake Schneider for the real work

each number or dash is an eighth note (there are two quarter notes in the verse and it 
4 bars long)(^ indicate bars/measures)

Verse (bass line played over G#5, F#5, C#)
G --------------------------------|
D ---6-3-----4-1------------------|
A ------6-------4-444444444433----|
E 444----0222----0------------6655|
  ^       ^       ^       ^
For completeness sake here is the rest of the song from Jake Schneider's tab:

Can you hear them, They talk about us
Telling lies, Well that's no surprise

Can you see them, See right through them
They have no shield, No secrets to reveal

Chorus (played over E5, C#5, A5, D#5, G#5, C#5, G#5)

G------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A---7-7-7-9-7----4-4-4-6-4---------6...------------4...------------------|
E-----------------------------5...----------4...---------4...------------|

Bridge (sounds best without a pick, strum with thumb over the fretboard)
played over a G#
G-------13-12-13-12--------|
D--------------------13----|
A--11----------------------|
E--------------------------|
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SlapHappyBass wrote on September 16 2011, 01:34 pm

I am an old aquaintance of the band and a bass player, this all looks very good, the only thing I would add is that the original recorded bass track was played by Kathy Valentine with a pick. Though, different variations of the strumming, picking, whatever on the bridge sound good/better, she did it with a pick (she was a guitarist first, remember?). I just thought of something... I am commenting on a Go Go's song... Ok, I'm leaving now. LOL

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