My Redeemer Lives (bass)

By Bass Levite



The notes in between the <> signs are to be played very fast, like a triplet.

Intro: (x2)
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-----------------<4-4-4>-5-7-
-0-0-7-0-7-0-5-5-------------


Verse:
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-----------------<4-4-4>-5-7-
-0-0-7-0-7-0-5-5-------------

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-----------------<4-4-4>-5-7-
-0-0-7-0-7-0-5-5-------------

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---------------------<5-5-5>-----
-----<5-5-5>-4---------------5-7-
-0-0-----------7-5-5-------------


Chorus (type 1): (x2)
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-----------------<4-4-4>-5-7-
-0-0-7-0-7-0-5-5-------------

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-4---4---4---2-2-0-0-----2-2-
---4---4---4---------4-4-----


Chorus (type 2): (x2)
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-----------------<4-4-4>-5-7-
-0-0-7-0-7-0-5-5-------------

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-4---4---4-------6-6-7-7-9-9-
---4---4---4-7-7-------------


Chorus (type 3): (x2)
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---------------------------------
-7-7-5-5-------------------------
---------9-9-7-7-5-5-4-4-2-2-0-0-

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-4---4---4-------6-6-7-7-9-9-
---4---4---4-7-7-------------

In the song, chorus type 1 is used before the bridge. After the bridge, use chorus type 2. Towards the end of the song, play the E7 descending scale (chorus type 3).

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

tanx for dis tabs it was nice song when it played...it made me inspired to play bass guitar.you're a great bass player

God bless!!..

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for this..i just heard the bass part in this and i had to learn it. You probably have the correct version but i made a couple changes to make it sound a little smoother to me.

just to the 2nd part of the choruses

Steve said...

Hey!

I REALLY enjoyed learning these tabs. This really helped make the song more enjoyable for me as a bassist since I usually didn't really do much when everyones playing e7 a7 for most of the song.

I was wondering if you're familiar at all witht he 'Shout to the Lord' album version? I've been working on that version of the base but I can't seem to get it down correctly.

weijun said...

I know this is an old post, but I just wanna ask nonetheless.

Thanks for the vid and tabs! Really useful stuff. One question though- what do we play for the pre-chorus and the bridge parts?

Would appreciate if someone could show me the tabs, thanks!

Becky said...

woo! praise God :D <3

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