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"Faith, Hope and Love" by Hokus Pick

Tabbed by: Christopher S. Gordon
e-mail me: christophersgordon@shaw.ca
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I play on five-string bass, but here's a four-string version. If there
is sufficient demand , I'll type up a five-string version.

Verse:

G---------------------------------------------------
D---------------------------------------------------
A-0-0--0-0--0-0--0-0--5-3--0-0--0-0--0-0--0-0-------
E----------------------------------------------0-3--
  A                   D C  A                   E G

Listen to the CD for the few points in the song where all instruments
are muted (like 27 seconds in).

Chorus:

G---------------------------------
D---------------------------------
A-7-7-5-5-4-4-----5-5-4-4---------
E-------------7-7---------7-7-5-5-
  e   D   C#  B   D   C#  B   A

The chorus then rips from the verse, the exact same riff. The whole deal
is played over again, although you might note that the G isn't played the
second time through, and the song simply hangs on the E (this is heard
about a minute into the song.

Bridge:

G-----------------
D-----------------
A-------------5-3-
E-0-3-5---0-3-----
  E G A   E G D C

The key to making the bridge sound good is to appoach it gently. For
example, you can easily do a pull-off from the D to C to get a quieter
transition. One other thing that I discovered (rather by accident) is
an interesting sound you get when you alternate the order of the D and C.
Play D to C the first time through, then C to D... you get the idea =

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