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Date: Sat, 30 Oct 1999 13:21:51 EDT
Subject: k/kid_rock/bawitdaba.tab

Artist: Kid Rock
Song: Bawitdaba
Album: Devil Without a Cause
Transcribed by: G. Katz

So this is how I interpret Bawitdaba in case you were wondering.  It's pretty 
accurate as far as I know but I could have made a couple mistakes.

Intro:
The intro on the full album version is mostly synthesized but if you want to 
play along you would mostly just slide up slowly on the low E string.

Chorus: (The part where the whole band sings bawitdabadadangdadang... etc.  
Play heavily distorted and with lots of bass.)

e------------------------------------------1--------
B------------------------------------------1--2----
G------------------------------------------2----3--
D----2-----5---2-22---5---2---5---3-33---3--------
A----2-----5---2-22---5---2---5---3-33---3--------
E----0-----3---0-00---3---0---3---1-11---1--------
                   *  **                           *  **
The notes with *s under them are palm muted.  Repeat this over and over until 
the verse.

Verse:
Now here's where things get tricky.  There are two guitar parts here (Kid 
Rock has two guitarists-duh).  Guitar 1 plays alone during the first verse 
which is "Now this is for the questions that don't have any answers the 
midnight glances at the topless dancers the damned the freaks cars packed 
with speakers" then Guitar one drops out as Kid says "The G's with the 
forties and the chicks with beepers."  Then Guitar 1 comes back in when Kid 
says "The Northern Lights in the southern comfort..."  Then you hear Guitar 2 
come in with the guitar melody but it comes in about a half beat AFTER Guitar 
1.  There's also a fill that Guitar 1 plays while Kid finishes some of the 
phrases.  The entire first verse, Guitar 1 plays its part but for the rest of 
the verses only the Guitar 2 part is played, and it's played by both 
guitarists, and the bass takes over the Guitar 1 part.  If all of that 
confused you, just listen to the song.  You'll get it.  Plus, I have a map of 
it all on the bottom.

Guitar 1:
e------------------------------------------------------
B------------------------------------------------------
G------------------------------------------------------
D------------------------------------------------------
A------------------------------------------------------
E--0--------5-7--0---3-5-3-5---0---5-7-5-7------------

Guitar 2:
e----0---------3--/--6--------0------------------------
B---0-----3-3--3--/--6--------0-----------------------
G---------4-4------------------------------------------
D------------------------------------------------------
A------------------------------------------------------
E------------------------------------------------------

Play the Guitar 2 part with tons of vibrato.  This part varies a couple of 
times, you'll just have to listen because I don't want to make this any more 
complicated than it already is.

Guitar 1 fill:

e------------------------------------------------------
B------------------------------------------------------
G-----7-9-7-------------------------------------------
D-----------9-8-7----7-7h8-7--------------------------
A-----------------10----------10----------------------
E------------------------------------------------------

Instrumental bridge:
This is the cool part that is incredibly easy.  Just make sure you bend the 
three on the low E up a 1/2 step and then bring it back down a couple times.  
Additionally, half way through this part, the Guitar 2 starts sliding up and 
it's a really cool sound.

Guitar 1:
e------------------------------------------------------
B------------------------------------------------------
G------------------------------------------------------
D-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-----2-2-2-2-2-2----------------------
A-2-2-2-2-2-2-2---- 2-2-2-2-2-2----------------------
E-0-0-0-0-0-0-0--3^-0-0-0-0-0-0----------------------
    * *  *  *  * *  *        *  *  *  * *  *
Palm mute these heavily!

Guitar 2:
e------------------------------------------------------
B--1-/-12---------------------------------------------
G--1-/-12---------------------------------------------
D------------------------------------------------------
A------------------------------------------------------
E------------------------------------------------------

Vocal bridge:

This is the part that goes "And for the love and for the hate and for the 
peace: war!"  It's basically just palm muted E powerchords, you figure out 
the rhythm.

Outro:

e------------------------------------------------------
B------------------------------------------------------
G------------------------------------------------------
D--3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-2------------------------------
A--3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-2-----------------------------
E--1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-0------------------------------
    *  *  * *  *  *  *  * * * 
So that's it... Here's all the parts mapped out with the vocals.  I know some 
of the lyrics are wrong, but who cares?


That's it.  If you disprove of this masterwork, and are in desperate need of 
putting my hard work down to build your self esteem, e-mail me at 

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