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Tabbed by David Piniella 

 

   intro              verse           verse fill   bridge         outro
e|----------------|---------------|------------|--------------|-------------|
B|----------------|---------------|------------|--6--5--5--7--|-------------|
G|-----5h7-5h7-5--|---------------|------------|--5--5--5--5--|-9b7---101010|
D|/0-0-0---0---0--|--0-0-0-0-4-0--|--5bfrp3----|--4--4--4--5--|----10-101010|
A|----------------|--5-5-4-5-5-5--|---------5--|--5--5--0-----|-------------|
E|----------------|---------------|------------|--------------|-------------|

intro: slide into the open D from around the 10th fret on the D string.

verse: sloppy is good here--remember this is about a lazy little love
affair and play it with your eyes closed, and hit strings that aren't written

fill: pick the 5th fret and bend it up a full step, release it, and then pull-off
to the 3rd and play the D (5th/A) staccato

bridge: this part is near the end, and I don't know what else to call it,
except a bridge...it's a free strum, changing the chords every so often ...also,
in the last verse, these become sort of fills, strummed freely in between the
little verse lick.

outro: drone the open D when you bend that E, and do the same type of
bend as before, then play the 10th fret double steps and the first chord in the
bridge section.

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Garbage Man bass tab

G|-------------7--|-------7--7~7--| [this is the skin and bones for it,       ]
D|----------------|---------------| [just add vibrato to that high D, and     ]
A|--5-5---5-5-----|--5-5----------| [stay in the groove--change it around     ]
E|----------------|---------------| [and add some of your own notes and fills ]
                                    [as long as you stay within the chord     ]
                                    [ (D7#9) and in the groove.               ]
                                    [  D7#9 = D F# A E F                      ]