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Help to transcribe Ripe - Passerby

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Hi, 

I’ve been wanting to play Passerby by Ripe, but can’t find tabs for it online. As I’m quite new to playing bass, I’m not capable of transcribing it myself.
 

Was wondering if anyone knew or could help me to figure out how to play it? It will be much appreciated:)

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