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Her Majesty

Year: 1969 - Album: Abbey Road

  		

From: Glen Norman Pavan 

  
title:  
album:  Abbey Road 
tuning:  standard


her majesty's a pretty nice girl but she doesn't have a lot to say
her majesty's a pretty nice girl but she changes from day to day
I wanna tell her that I love her a lot but I got to get a belly full of wine
her majesty's a pretty nice girl someday I'm gonna make her mine ooh yeah
someday I'm gonna make her mine


possible version one:  the basic bass line
  (I know this song has no bass, but this is what it'd be)

parts above the brackets are played faster to fit in two beats

D--0-----------------------------------------------------------5-5-5
A--5----5-4-2-0---0-5--0-2-4-5-4-2-0---0-0-0-2---2----5-5---2-------
E---------------0--------------------0---------2---2------3---------
                                       ^___^                   ^___^

D-----------------------
A---5-2--0-5-2---0-5----
E-------0------0-----5--


possible version two:  octaves

G--7-----7-6-4-2---2-7--2-4-6-7---6-4-2---2-2-2-4---4---7-7---4----12-12-12-
D--7-------------2----------------------2---------4---4-----5--------------
A--5-----5-4-2-0---0-5--0-2-4-5---4-2-0---0-----2---2---5-5---2--10--------
E----------------0----------------------0---------2---2-----3-------------
                                          ^___^                  ^_________^

G--7-5---2-7-5---2-7--
D------2-------2------
A--5-2---0-5-2---0-5--
E------0-------0-----5


possible version three:   upper fretboard tapping   
     
I know jack shit about tapping...
I've seen one friend do it and it blew my mind;  this is NOT the kind 
where you tap with the right hand high on the fretboard and the left hand 
low on the fretboard doing a counter line.  Stu Hamm I'm not, nor aspire 
to be.   This is for fun.  And it helps if you keep your left index 
finger across the 12th fret of both D and G strings to retain clarity and 
harmonics

L=left hand    R=right hand

   R                                                      L 
   L     R  R  R  L  L  L R     L R  R     R   R  R  L L  R
G--19---19-18-16-14----14-19---14-16-18----19-18-16-14----14-------
D--12---------------14---------------------------------14-19-19-19-
                                                          ^------^

   R   R  R  R  R R   R  L   R          R  R L  L   R  R   L  L  R  R
G--16----16----19-19----16--24-24-24---19-16----14-19--16----14-19----
D-----16----16-------17----------------------14-----------14-------19-
                            ^-------^


possible version four:  upper fretboard octave tapping

   sounds like shit...  don't bother...



I'll post more ways of playing this as they come about...
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