I'm not sure if this is the right place for this, so if it's not, I apologize and would ask the mods to move it to a more appropriate location. I've been playing pretty much every day for several months now, and I'm getting pretty comfortable. I've learned the fretboard, I feel like my technique is sounding much better, etc. My church is starting a praise band, and they've asked me to be the bassist. The trouble I'm having, is that the guitarist gives me something like this: Code: D Em D/F G O Jesus son of God , so full of grace and truth D Em D G The Father's saving Word, so wonderful are you Am7 G/B Cadd9 Dsus2 The Angels longed to see, and prophets searched to find Am7 G/B Cadd9 The glory we have seen revealed VERSE 2: C D Em D/F G You shone upon the earth, but who will understand? D Em D/F G You came unto Your own, but who will recognise? Am7 G/B Cadd9 D Your birth was prophesied, for You were the Messiah Am7 G/B Cadd9 Who came and walked upon the Earth Am7 G/B Cadd9 D Your glory we have seen, the one and only King Am7 G/B Cadd9 And now You're living in our hearts CHORUS: C/G Light of the world, light of the world G Light of the world, You shine upon us VERSE 3: In You all things were made and nothing without You In heaven and on earth all things are held in You And yet You became flesh, living as one of us Under the shadow of the cross Where, through the blood you shed, You have made peace again Peace for a world that God so loves PRE-CHORUS: Am7 G/B Cadd9 D And yet You became flesh, living as one of us Am7 G/B Cadd9 Under the shadow of the cross Am7 G/B Cadd9 D Where, through the blood you shed, You have made peace again Am7 G/B Cadd9 Peace for a world that God so loves This actually came from Worship Archive, but his are just like this (although usually in a different key). I can certainly play all the root notes and it sounds fine, but what I'm not sure of is how to come up with any kind of bass line for something like that. I can search bass tabs, but then the keys might not match, etc. Any help would be appreciated.