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Tabbed By: Belavista Man
On: 10/06/07
E-mail: anthonybentley@hotmail.co.uk

In Lucille, the bass plays a very large part in the song. Here is what is played 
the verses (the first verse is used as an example):

   G
G|---------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|----------3-3-5-3----------3-3-5-3----------3-3-5-3----------3-3-5-3-|
A|-----2h-5-------------2h-5-------------2h-5-------------2h-5---------|
E|-3-3--------------3-3--------------3-3--------------3-3--------------|
 Lucille                Won't you...

   C                                 G
G|----------3-3-5-3----------3-3-5-3-----------------------------------|
D|-----2h-5-------------2h-5------------------3-3-5-3----------3-3-5-3-|
A|-3-3--------------3-3------------------2h-5-------------2h-5---------|
E|-----------------------------------3-3--------------3-3--------------|
 Lucille                Won't you....will?

   D                C                G
G|----------5-5-7-5----------3-3-5-3-----------------------------------|
D|-----4h-7-------------2h-5------------------3-3-5-3----------3-3-5-3-|
A|-5-5--------------3-3------------------2h-5-------------2h-5---------|
E|-----------------------------------3-3--------------3-3--------------|
 Remember...    ...I love        ...still

And for the chorus, the bass just plays the root notes of the chords:

        G
Well, I woke up this morning,
  G
Lucille was not in sight,
  G
I asked her friends about her

But all thier lips were tight.

 And that's it, except for the solo, where that bass plays these root notes to the 
of the verses, with an added D chord at the end - If you get what I mean (G, C, G, C, D, C, 
D).

            
            
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Greg Harper 3,942 Sep 10, 2007 10:12 AM

dont forget the bass run in the breakdown

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