Half Spoken - Why You Go - Bass Tabs

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Tabs for Song : WHY YOU GO
BPM : 155

INTRO x2
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PRE-VERSE
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VERSEx2 "LET ME USE SOMETHING USEFUL"
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PRE-CHORUS "JUST WAIT TILL WE"
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"THIS IS PATHETIC!"
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"CHORUS" THIS IS JUST CONCLUDING CIRCLES
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"I TOLD YOU THE REASON"

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"WOO!"

BACK TO INTRO/VERSE/PRE-CHOSRUS


ENDING "PLEASE DONT STAY TO LONG"


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 "THESE GET TOO WEIRD" X2
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About The Unicorn (song) : It sold 8 million copies worldwide and reached #2 in the US Adult Contemporary Chart . It can still be heard regularly in Irish Pubs . The lyrics to the song also appear, printed as a poem, in Shel Silverstein's book Where the Sidewalk Ends . Shel Silverstein's own version was released in 1962 on his album Inside Folk Songs (Atlantic 8072) "The Unicorn" had been recorded by Bill Anderson, Shay Duffin, Robert Goulet (Columbia), Bob Turner (ABC) and "Uncle Bill" (Dot) Will Millar of The Irish Rovers recorded another, earlier version of the song with the St. Michaels Kids . In 1981 Millar opened an Irish pub in Toronto under the name The Unicorn . It was released in 1968. It was released as part of album The Unicorn. The genre is folk. The track was release in 1968. The Unicorn (song) has a significant contribution from artist(s) Shel Silverstein.

About The Unicorn (album) : The Unicorn is the debut studio album of the Canadian Irish folk music group The Irish Rovers . It topped the charts The title track "The Unicorn" reached #2 in the US Adult Contemporary Charts, #7 in the U.S. Hot 100, #4 in Canada, and #5 in Ireland . Despite having virtually nothing to do with Ireland or Irish culture, the song remains popular in The Bachelors covered the song in 1968 . The song is also included on The Irish Rovers Gems double disk (1996), their 40th Anniversary CD, "40 Years A-Rovin Its music is influenced by genres - irish folk music.

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