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Song: Movies
Artist: Alien Ant Farm
bassist: Tye Zamora
A fairly easy song. I haven't seen many accurate tabs
for it on here, so i figured I'd give it a shot.

First verse part 1
G-------------------------------------|I
D---------7-----------7---------------|I
A--12\------0-6-7-------0-6-7---------|I
E-----------------0-0----------0------|I
B-------------------------------------|I
The thing about the slide is to keep plucking as you slide down.

First Verse part 2           x3 then slide from 12
G-------------------I-----------------|I
D--7--------7-------I-----------------|I
A----0-6-7----0-6-7-I-12\-------------|I
E-------------------I-----------------|I
B-------------------I-----------------|I

Chorus 1
The rhythm's a bit tricky to tab out, but with listening it's fairly easy.

G------------------------------------|I
D------------------------------------|I
A---------------------00-33----------|I
E--5-55-55-55-4\-2-22----------------|I
B------------------------------------|I
also, those aren't fifty-fives and twenty twos, it's 2 fives
and two three's (etc.) close together.
G------------------------------------|I
D------------------------------------|I
A------------------------------------|I
E--0-00-00-00-0-4-44-44-44-4---------|I
B------------------------------------|I
play both those twice and end on

G--------|I
D--------|I
A--------|I
E--5~----|I
B--------|I

The second verse is the same as the first, but in a different order.
just listen to it, and play the open E's in time with the kick drum.

that goes to the first bridge,

G---------------------------------------------------------|I
D---------------------------------------------------------|I
A-44444444/7777-22222222/4444-----------------------------|I
E-----------------------------44444444/5555-77777777------|I
B---------------------------------------------------0000--|I
That low B is optional, but it can be heard upon close listening. and Tye does
primarily use five and six string basses. I don't think i have the right rhythm there,
but it sounds close.

play that twice, then go to chorus two

chorus 2
G------------------------------------|I
D------------------------------------|I
A---------------------00-33----------|I
E--5-55-55-55-4\-2-22----------------|I
B------------------------------------|I

G------------------------------------|I
D------------------------------------|I
A------------------------------------|I
E--0-00-00-00-0-4-44-44-44-4---------|I
B------------------------------------|I
play all that three times, then end on

G----------6---|-I
D--------------|I
A----------7---|-I
E--5-4-2-------|I
B--------------|I
That goes to the second bridge;

G------------------------------------|I
D------------------------------------|I
A-------------------------44444444---|I
E--0-0~--4~--5~--0-0~--4~------------|I
B------------------------------------|I

G----------------------------------------------|I
D----------------------------------------------|I
A--444444/77-222222/44-------------------------|I
E----------------------444444/55-777777--------|I
B---------------------------------------0-0-0--|I
Play that about three or four times, then end on

G-------------|I
D-------------|I
A-/17\\\------|I
E-------------|I
B-------------|I
keep plucking the A string as you slide down.
this goes to chorus three.

Chorus three is the same as chorus 2, but the ending is different;

G----------6~--------------------|I
D---------------6/7-6------------|I
A----------7~---------9-7~-------|I
E--5-4-2--------------------0~---|I
B--------------------------------|I
Thats all of it. Enjoy.
Legend:
/ = slide up (toward the bridge)
\ = slide down (towards the headstock)
~ = let the note ring
I = this just divides the measures. actually, they're not
really measures, but it divides up the riffs and everything.

            
            
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CBassJ 72 Feb 16, 2010 07:48 AM

ratings and comments are greatly appreciated.

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jiligier 192 Jul 31, 2013 10:09 PM

awesome tab, but even though Tye plays a 5 string, was it really necessary to tab it here? It makes it more confusing

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Rhaonoa 80 Dec 07, 2016 08:34 PM

It's great. Just got a six-string bass myself and this was the first thing I went on to play :)

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