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...
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...
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...
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
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
A selection of groovy, easy to strum "campfire crowd-pleasers" and laid back tunes I grew up with...and intend to grow old with...enjoy!
Creedence Clearwater Revival, Bryan Adams, Bruce Springsteen, Bob Marley, Green Day, Chris Isaak, Misc. Traditional, Deep Blue Something, Snow Patrol, Unknown...
My other songbook
these songs are more on the soulfull side and they're in my key ( some for the vocals and others for the instrumentals). i hope you enjoy the diversity..........
Stevie Wonder, Paolo Santos, Steely Dan, Eric Clapton, Boz Scaggs, Chicago, Various Artists, Randy Newman, James Taylor, Aretha Franklin, Stylistics, Cyrkle...
Various tunes by various artist. Country and Rock Pure Prairie League, Alan Jackson,Ronnie Milsap,Heart,Stevie Nicks,Creedence Clearwater Revival,Pink Floyd,Eric Clapton,Marshall Tucker Band,Joe Nichols,Clint Black etc. Check it out. May have something your looking for.
Alan Jackson, Clint Black, Bellamy Brothers, Stevie Nicks, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Eddie Rabbitt, by Pink Floyd, Eagles, John Denver, Travis Tritt, Misc. Soul...
A little bit of everything! From Phish to The Beatles, Chris Isaak to Pearl Jam! Ryan Adams to Nick Drake! A songbook that covers pretty much the entire spectrum. Enjoy!
Tragically Hip, U2, Grateful Dead, Ryan Adams, Oasis, Toad The Wet Sprocket, Rolling Stones, Wilco, Beatles, Raconteurs, Cat Stevens, Matchbox 20, R.E.M, Nick Drake...
Oasis, Elton John, Christy Moore, Rod Stewart, By The Eagles, Embrace, James Blunt, Greg Lake and Phil Collins
Da Copesters Song
Rock awsome wasted
Queen, Limp Bizkit, Feeder, Misc. Soundtrack and Wwf
Sattmann´s song book
This is my songbook i like these songs alot and i think you would like most of them too enjoy
Elton John, Elvis Presley, Katie Melua, INXS, Scorpions, System Of A Down, Madonna, Bryan Adams, All Saints, Pink Floyd, Highwaymen, Eskobar, Lovin' Spoonful...
Bob Dylan, Johnny Cash, U2, Neil Young, Pink Floyd, Katie Melua, Sting and Bruce Springsteen
Some of everything from Frank Sinatra to Marc Cohn
Willie Nelson and Brad Paisley
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
Slow and rocky, all mixed up. Songs you can play even after a couple of sixpacks.
Creedence Clearwater Revival, Rolling Stones, Nirvana, Jimi Hendrix, Cornelis Vreeswijk, David Bowie, Spin Doctors, Jakob Hellman, George Harrison, Guns N'Roses...
Some of my favourites for singing really loudly(apart from Jack, Suzy and jungle book)
Hoobastank, R.E.M, Queen, Extreme, Jungle Book, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Paul Weller, Puddle Of Mudd, Soggy Bottom Boys, Damien Rice, Snow Patrol, Goo Goo Dolls, Delirious?...
Rod Stewart, Crash Test Dummies, Neil Young and Stevens Sufjan
CJ's songs that sound right
Pretty easy songs. They actually sound like they are supposed to and you can play along to the track easily
Hinder, James Blunt, Don McLean, Deep Blue Something, Cascada, Tom Petty, Plain White T's, John Mellencamp, Dht, Toni Braxton and Green Day
cool songs...most of em are easy to play
Jimi Hendrix, Ac/Dc, Guns N'Roses, Queen, A-Ha, Kiss and Misc. Christmas
Everly Brothers, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Rod Stewart, Police, Bad Company and Mamas and The Papas
Cool Classic "Rock" songs I enjoy playing on acoustic.