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Weezer - Butterfly
Tabbed By: Bert
EMail: loser_guitarist@hotmail.com
album: Pinkerton

for this song, i realize there is no bass part, so here's what i did:

For every chord of the song, play that note, but play it higher than 
a typical root note

For example, here are the notes i refer to:
     G       E       C        D
G|-------------------5--------7------------------------|
D|---5-------2-----------------------------------------|
A|-----------------------------------------------------|
E|-----------------------------------------------------|

play those in a pattern to go with the song and throw in the 
occasional fill every now and then.  it's not hard, and it's a fun 
way for bass players to enjoy a great song like this one.

tabbed out 10/21/02 by =bert=

            
            
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Deets 32 Jan 29, 2011 09:05 AM

Sounds pretty good, jut change that E to an Em

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blue7107 81 Jan 24, 2015 05:26 AM

This should be tagged under base tabs, not guitar chords. The guy who commented seemed to think you were suggesting a chord progression.

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