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Never Enough bass

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*      PRAYER CHAIN : NEVER ENOUGH    *
*         from the album SHAWL        *
*             bass tab by             *
* CHRIS CUMMINGS : chrisc@wingnet.net *
*   http://www.wingnet.net/~chrisc    *
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NOTE: this is the way >I< play it and im singing while
I play so I do the minimalist thing so I can keep both
parts going.

a comma , means those notes are closer together
a dash  - means these notes are separated evenly
(play along with the song to get the rhythm down pat)

all through the opening I play a single E and A at the correct parts
(on the 2nd REDEEMER its E on HEALER its A) and let them ring.

then after NEVER,NEVER,NEVER ENOUGH
you play this basically the rest of the song:
E-----12,12,12,12,12-12,12-12,12-10-10
E-----12,12,12,12,12-12,12-12,12-15-14

you can listen for the key changes but it just moves up to the A string
A-----12,12,12,12,12-12,12-12,12-10-10
A-----12,12,12,12,12-12,12-12,12-15-14

during the wind down just hit an open E a few times then let ring
final part:
(I have a zoom506 programmed with some delay, reverb and chorus for this)
G-----5-5-5,5-12,12-5-5-5,5-12,12
G-----9-9-9,9-12,12-9-9-9,9-12,12

end on G-9
THIS IS HOW I PLAY IT...doesnt mean its right...but I didnt see anyone else jumping to tab much prayer chain so here ya go. :)
CHRIS CUMMINGS chrisc@wingnet.net

            
            
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