Weekend

Weekend

Weekend
Dr. Dog
We All Belong
Park the Van 2007
tabbed by witmachine@yahoo.com

Bass:

 Verse
|--------------------------------|--------------------------------|
|7-----7-------7-------7---------|7-----7-------7-------7---------|
|----7-------7-------7-------7-9-|----7-------7-------7-------7---|
|--9-------9-------9-------9-----|--9-------9-------9-------9-----|

|--------------------------------|--------------------------------|
|9-----9-------9-------11---9----|9-----9-------9-------------6---|
|----9-------9-------9--------9--|----9-------9---7---7---9-------|
|--10------10------10------------|--10------10--------------------|

 Chorus
|--------------------------------|
|--------------------------------|
|------9-------------------------|
|--------------------------------|
we're all here

|--------------------------------|
|--------------------------------|
|------------5-------------------|
|--------------------------------|
we're coming home soon

 Outro
|--------------------------------|--------------------------------|
|7-----7-------7-------7---------|4-------------4-3-------------3-|
|----7-------7-------7-----------|------------4---------------4---|
|--9-------9-------9-------------|--------------------------------|

|--------------------------------|--------------------------------|
|2-------------2-1---------------|--------------------------------|
|------------4-------------------|5---------------5--5------------|
|--------------------------------|--------------------------------|

|--------------------------------|--------------------------------|
|--------------------------------|--------------------------------|
|5---------------5--5------------|7-------------7-------7---------|
|--------------------------------|----------7-9-----7-9-----7-7-9-|

Verse
        The weekend is coming soon
        well its time to pick yourself up off the floor
        Well lets grab a case of lager and some old beat up shoes
        Head down to the river, and strap on a canoe

        We got every kind of good year coming down
        you just grab your banjo man and try and suss 'em out
        we'll play the songs we always always sing
        i can take the tenor line, you can take the lead

Chorus
        we're all here
        we're coming home soon

Verse
        weekend is coming soon
        well lets stop watching tv washing dishes too
        we've all the time in the weekdays have gone done day
        so lets spend it all on saturday just pretend we all got paid

Chorus
        we're all here
        we're coming home soon

Outro
        well i know just what to do
        cuz ive been here before
        yes i have
        well i have
        well ive been here before
        yes ive been here before
        well ive been here before
        cuz ive been here!

|1-e-+-a-2-e-+-a-3-e-+-a-4-e-+-a-|1-e-+-a-2-e-+-a-3-e-+-a-4-e-+-a-
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Bass Tabs
TitleWeekend
ArtistDr. Dog
Tablature TypeASCII Tab
YouTube IDlP7N-iXZJn0

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        G|-----------------|
        D|-----------------|
        A|---------3-------|
        E|---1-1---1---3---|
    

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