Target Audience (Narcissus Narcosis)

Target Audience (Narcissus Narcosis) Bass Tab

Target Audience (Narcissus Narcosis) - Marilyn Manson

By: Jon Craven (
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  -Played with a pick.

(4/4)(72 bpm)
Dropped-D tuning

R - quarter rest
r - eighth rest
* - note held for an eighth beat
/ - slide up
\ - slide down
~ - 1/2 bend

Verse: (x2)(0:34)

Rest for two measures

Chorus: (x4)(0:54)

Bridge: (1:14)


Verse (x2)
Rest for two measures
Chorus (x6)

Interlude: (x6)(2:34)

Rest for three measures
Chorus (x8)

Outro: (4:09)

Rest till end
Bass Tabs
TitleTarget Audience (Narcissus Narcosis)
ArtistMarilyn Manson
Tablature TypeASCII Tab
YouTube IDvOwrhG7iJww

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