Difference between revisions of "Snake Appeal"

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Also appears on [[Eight Songs (album)|Eight Songs]] (1991, vinyl), [[10 Songs (album)|10 Songs]] (1991, CD) and [[26 Songs (album)|26 Songs]] (2003, CD).
 
Also appears on [[Eight Songs (album)|Eight Songs]] (1991, vinyl), [[10 Songs (album)|10 Songs]] (1991, CD) and [[26 Songs (album)|26 Songs]] (2003, CD).
  
== Guitar TAB ==
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== Bass TAB ==
INTRO/VERSE:  F#5 C5 B5
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Play this first part 26 times
   
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  G-----------------------------------------
  CHORUS: A5 F#5  A5 F#5 C5  A5 F#5  E5    A5 F#5  A5 F#5 C5  E5
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  D-----------------------------------------
   
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  A ------------------------------------3--2
  SOLO: IMPROVISE INTO THE G B AND E STRINGS AFTER STARTING ON THE 4TH FRETT D STRING.THAT'S THE WAY I PLAY IT.BE SURE TO PLAY IT IN THE KEY OF THE SONG.THEN COMPARE IT TO THE REAL SONG.
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  E 2--2--0--0--2--2--0--0--2--2--0--0------
  
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Then play this 3 times, with breaks inbetween.
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G-----------------
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D-----------------
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A 2--2--2--5--4--2
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E-----------------
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Play the first part a whole lot of times, then the second part a few again,
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and then play the first part twice.
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Have fun, and don't forget to eat your vegemite,
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Lois.[[Category: Tablature]]

Latest revision as of 21:02, 24 April 2009

"Snake Appeal" – 1:52


Originally from Six Songs (1986, vinyl)

Also appears on Eight Songs (1991, vinyl), 10 Songs (1991, CD) and 26 Songs (2003, CD).

Bass TAB

Play this first part 26 times

G-----------------------------------------
D-----------------------------------------
A ------------------------------------3--2
E 2--2--0--0--2--2--0--0--2--2--0--0------


Then play this 3 times, with breaks inbetween.

G-----------------
D-----------------
A 2--2--2--5--4--2
E-----------------


Play the first part a whole lot of times, then the second part a few again, and then play the first part twice.

Have fun, and don't forget to eat your vegemite,

Lois.