Just stuff I like to listen to.
Journey, Roxette and Luther Vandross
Songs From the Doc
These songs are all fantastic songs in their own right. And also they are quite easy to play. They're great at a campfire or just jammin' with friends or to impress girls or you may find a whole different use of them. Enjoy!
Tom Waits, Ben Harper, Lemonheads, Pearl Jam, Billy Joel, Traditional, Otis Redding, Roy Orbison, , Train, Fool's Garden, Terry Jacks, Faith No More, Monkees...
Songs I ejoy singing
As the name states, I just enjoy singing those songs. Their melodies are catchy, lyrics are interesting, and the chords are quite simple, but not primitive.
U2, System Of A Down, Lennon/ McCartney, Robbie Williams, Billy Joel and Cranberries
Songs i have killed
get the family round and get a good sing song going.Uncle Joe may even get the spoons out .
Creedence Clearwater Revival, Everly Brothers, Buddy Holly, Bob Dylan, Hank Williams, Del Amitri, Marty Robbins, Status Quo, Steelers Wheels, Traveling Wilburys...
songs if you love the 70s and 80s
easy to play songs if you're in your 30s-50s you'll love these!
Electric Light Orchestra, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Eagles, Bob Seger, Gordon Lightfoot, America, Stampeders, Bread, Bee Gees, George Harrison, James Taylor...
Songs That I Save
These songs are great if your into hannah montana or High school musical
Hannah Montana and Gabriella and Troy
Songs to remind you why you wanted to play guitar
A great collection of my favourite songs. These will make an evening fly by.
Bob Seger, Rod Stewart, James Taylor, Rolling Stones, Willie Nelson, Misc. Traditional, Indigo Girls, King Harvest, Crowded House, Queen, Doobie Brothers, Steve Earle...
the best of the classics... TRUST ME! new and old! blues to rock to bluegrass!
Tom Petty, Neil Young, Jack Johnson, Bob Dylan, Ben Harper, Led Zeppelin, Traditional, Black Crowes, Guns N'Roses, Cat Stevens, Ccr, David Bowie, Grateful Dead (Hunter...
Harry Chapin, Guns N'Roses, Don McLean and Train
All good songs
Frank Sinatra, Don McLean, Rod Stewart, Johnny Cash, James Blunt, Louis Armstrong, Sam Cooke and Proclaimers
c,s,n,y Eagles, that type of stuff
Neil Young, Neil Diamond and Beatles
Songs to wind up the middle aged rocker.
Neil Young, Tom Waits, Bob Dylan, Five For Fighting, Status Quo and Elton John
Songs that grab peoples attention, keep their attention. Songs that people can sing along to. Songs that bring back memories of your audiences youth. Songs you will enjoy playing. Songs that will get you paid.Songs that changed music
Eagles, Band, Beatles, Violent Femmes, Police, Fuel, Pink Floyd, Otis Redding, Romantics, Ray Charles, Urge Overkill, Blue Oyster Cult, Creedence Clearwater Revival...
Sam Cooke, Traditional, Jeff Buckley, Animals and Chuck Berry
strippedtounplugged songs covers
I´ve play this at my acoustic guitar.Hope you will like it
Live, Guns N'Roses, Beatles, Rolling Stones, Bob Marley, Eagles, Doors, U2, Nirvana, Whitesnake, Elvis Presley, Counting Crows, Supertramp, Johnny Cash, Tomas Ledin...
Various intermediate level songs which sound like the real thing when played right.
Oasis, Pink Floyd, Deep Purple, Bill Withers, The Doobie Brothers, Queen, Toto, Unknown, Bob Marley, Eric Clapton & Jim Gordon, Eagles, Rainbow, By The Eagles...
Created really just for myself, but thought I'd share as well. Thanks for everyone's work in putting this stuff out there..
Billy Joel, Elton John, Tori Amos, Eagles, Jethro Tull, Led Zeppelin, Kelly Clarkson, Lynyrd Skynyrd, By The Eagles, performed by The Eagles, , Counting Crows...
Tar Paper Shack
Mostly Folk/Rock with a smatter of country. A bit of a ramshackle collection.
Johnny Cash, Kris Kristofferson, Eagles, Bob Dylan, Bill Withers, Sister Hazel, Peter Frampton, Seals & Crofts, Elvis Presley, Jose Feliciano, David Mansfield, Bob Seger...
The Good Ones (imho)
Come on in, the music's fine - some folk, some oldies, some country, nothin' too hard ....and the adventure continues.
Creedence Clearwater Revival, Johnny Cash, Gordon Lightfoot, Bob Dylan, Eagles, John Denver, Unknown, Tom Paxton, Everly Brothers, Willie Nelson, Rolling Stones...
the good stuff
Sublime, Ryan Adams, Ray Lamontagne, Jack Johnson, Damien Rice, by Bob Marley, James Taylor, Michael Buble and Bob Marley
The Holy Grail
Just a selection of the songs I have saved here on Chordie. Nothing special.
Beatles, Oasis, Misc. Traditional, Elvis Presley, Colin Hay, Stephen Lynch, Misc. Irish, Muse, Ringo Starr, Kinks, The Monkees, Robbie Williams, Queen, Elvis Costello...
the way it is....just like you said it would be
lots of melodic beautiful songs to enjoy
Garth Brooks, Indigo Girls, Sarah McLachlan, Alanis Morissette, Pink, Damien Rice, Green Day, Crowded House, Barenaked Ladies, John Mayer, Alan Jackson, Kristin Hersh...
this is a tribute to the greatest songbook ever written
This is just a comilation of some of my favorite songs to play. I'd say there's something in here for everyone, and they're all pretty easy so go ahead and take a look.
White Stripes, Johnny Cash, Jeremy Fisher, Oasis, Modest Mouse, Led Zeppelin, Beatles, Ben Harper, Doobie Brothers, John Lennon, Jimi Hendrix, Matches...
tick tock tick
a few really great songs i've been listening to and learning for about a year, there good for repetition and the lyrics arent all about 2:4:2 so they help you to work out your rhythm and strengthen your singing voice too. have fun
Bob Dylan, Pink Floyd, Cure, Smiths, Leonard Cohen, Lou Reed, Ray Lamontagne, Joni Mitchell, ROLLING STONES, Elvis Costello, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Byrds...