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Song: You and Who's Army
Band: Radiohead
Tabber: Bassfingers

|-------------------|
|-------------------|
|---6--6------------|
|---------4---4-----|
The Bass comes in about half way during the song.

Riff 1 
|-------------------||--------------------|
|-------------------||--------------------|
|-4---2--------2--4-||--6----6------------|
|--------2--4-------||------------4----4--|
 Then it changes..

Riff 2
|------------------------|
|------------------------|
|--4-4---6-7-7--7-5---4--|
|-------------------0----|
Colin plays this until the end..

Lyrics:
Come on, Come on,
You think u drive me crazy,
Come on, come on
You and whose army?
You and your cronies,
Come on, come on,
Call your roman empire,
come on if you think,
come on if you think,
you can take us on,
you can take us on

You and whose army?  
you and your cronies
you forget so easy

We ride tonight,     
We ride tonight,
Ghost horses,
Ghost horses,
We ride tonight,
We ride tonight,
Ghost horses
Ghost horses
Ghost horses
Ghost horses

This songs really fun to play with a band, and to get the full effect of the song
use a more bassier sound so it sounds likethe double bass Colin uses

            
            
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Educated420 20 Aug 21, 2012 08:21 AM

Decent tab, needs work though. Collin does a lot of improv on the ending bits. Also it's one of the only studio Radiohead songs where collin plays an upright bass. Thats why the first few pizzicatos are deeper than a normal bass's sound

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