All good songs
Frank Sinatra, Don McLean, Rod Stewart, Johnny Cash, James Blunt, Louis Armstrong, Sam Cooke and Proclaimers
Some of the songs I grew up learning to play. Notice most of them are around 20-30 years old. Man, that makes me feel old....
Paul Simon, Jimmy Buffett, James Taylor, Jim Croce, Kris Kristofferson, John Prine, Eric Clapton, John Denver, Neil Diamond, Don Mclean, Creedence Clearwater Revival...
Some of everything from Frank Sinatra to Marc Cohn. All of these are fairly easy to play. I play all of these on the piano. Hope you enjoy!
Keith Urban, Jason Aldean, Kenny Chesney, Patsy Cline, Otis Redding, Little Big Town, George Strait, James Taylor, Marc Cohn, Eagles, Frank Sinatra, Misc. Traditional...
A very ecclectic group of songs, traditional to modern, all edited to my ear. Your comments/suggestions are welcome!
Rocky Horror Picture Show, Elvis Costello, Neil Diamond, 10cc, The Turtles, Bruce Cockburn, Bob Dylan, Chad & Jeremy, Everly Brothers, Stompin' Tom Connors...
Song I like to play, some of the chords were changed to what I think is correct
Beatles, Eagles, John Denver, Gordon Lightfoot, Animals, America, Bob Seger, Bright Eyes, Cat Stevens, Joni Mitchell, Arlo Guthrie, Linda Ronstadt, Fleetwood Mac, Bread...
The best darned songs I can think of for a wannabe guitarist (like myself)
Weezer, Doors, Oasis, George Strait, Tom Petty, Steve Miller Band, Sarah Mclachlan, Bob Marley, Radiohead, Led Zeppelin, Garth Brooks, Britney Spears, Mr. Big...
Open G songs
A few open G songs. I'm still looking for more.
Rolling Stones, Black Crowes, George Thorogood and Led Zeppelin
Da Copesters Song
Rock awsome wasted
Queen, Limp Bizkit, Feeder, Misc. Soundtrack and Wwf
Some of the songs I enjoy playing..
Bob Dylan, Beatles, Police, Cranberries and Depeche Mode - 'Ultra' (97)
Well, there should be something for everyone in this book. Some are harder some a not so hard, check it out.
Paul Simon, Jimmy Buffett, Misc. Traditional, Brad Paisley, Elton John, Creedence Clearwater Revival, James Taylor, Gordon Lightfoot, Alison Krauss, Garth Brooks...
Songs to wind up the middle aged rocker.
Neil Young, Tom Waits, Bob Dylan, Five For Fighting, Status Quo and Elton John
Songs i have great fun playing and would for sure be on my setlist if i could sing properly
Trang Fodsel, David Bowie, Lyrics, Green Day, Bonnie Tyler, Di Derre, Tenacious D, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Goldfinger, Kim Larsen, D.D.E., Queen, Roger Alan Wade...
branmans song book
A bunch of different songs and different versions of the same song!!! ENJOY!!!
Coldplay, Third Day, Switchfoot, Five For Fighting, Nickel Creek, Kutless, Dave Barnes, Nickelback, Green Day, 3 Doors Down, Mercy Me, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Rascal Flatts...
Good stuff with nice chords .
Coldplay, Dusty Springfield, My Chemical Romance, Billy Idol, Patty Smyth and Norah Jones
A real mixed bag. I thank this website for giving me such a huge and varied choice. Hope you enjoy it as much as I do.
Beatles, Eagles, By The Eagles, Neil Young, John Denver, Led Zeppelin, John Lennon, World Party, Peter Sarstedt, Omar, Drifters, Moody Blues, Oasis, Paul Simon...
Everything from couuntry to rock. Not all of the same music that is in everyone's songbook!
Blue Rodeo, Matchbox 20, Eagles, Creedence Clearwater Revival, U2, Barenaked Ladies, Goo Goo Dolls, Bryan Adams, Fray, Tom Petty, John Mellencamp, John Denver...
damo's singalongs...follow the bouncing ball
my mix of oldies and goodies. mostly pretty easy for playing along with friends and a few beers :) enjoy. damien tammer firstname.lastname@example.org
Radiohead, Paul Simon, Coldplay, Bob Dylan, Foo Fighters, Crowded House, Johnny Cash, Jeff Buckley, David Bowie, Van Morrison, Fleetwood Mac, Cold Chisel, Bee Gees...
Just stuff I like to listen to.
Journey, Roxette and Luther Vandross