#1
Just that. What is your favorite "easy" song to for fun? I play Earth Angel on my acoustic when I am bored. It's a simple yet fun chord progression, especially if you add your own little twist to it.
#2
Probably Hallelujah or Jamey Johnson's In Colour
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#3
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Since I'm from Austria, I play a lot of, as we used to call it, AustroPop.
It's always easy, just chords, and really easy chords, but the lyrics are fun so it's good to relax.
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Probably Hallelujah or Jamey Johnson's In Colour



I actually just heard In Colour the other day and I love it. I looked and it does seem pretty easy to play. Haven't even attempted it yet though as I've been so busy.
#6
i dunno,i tend to play the verse riffs from readymade by rhcp a lot theses days
that and the hand clapping song by the meters
#8
easy acoustic - lynyrd skynyrd - all i can do is write about it

easy electric, anything ac/dc
#10
I forgot one I like to play fingerpicking arpeggio. House of the Rising sun. Same thing as above. Poeple love it but it really isn't difficult.
#11
Mosquito Song by Queens of the Stone Age, just sounds so cool and slightly impressive
#12
'Time of your life' from green day, its nice to just sit there and strum chords sometimes.
#14
I love to play if it means a lot to you by a day to remember, it is such a nice song coming from a scremo band
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Most of the stuff I play is considered easy. Iron & Wine
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#17
Tangle up in Blue - Bob Dylan

Phish - sample in a jar - Once you learn the opening chord sequence its quite easy. I just skip the solo
#21
Try Roundabout by Yes. It's pretty easy...
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Goodbye Blue Sky by Pink Floyd
Tears in Heaven by Eric Clapton (fairly easy once you get the rhythm)
Traffic in the Sky by Jack Johnson
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#23
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Oasis-Wonderwall
Wish You were here-Pink Floyd

They get good responses but a chimp could play them!


ya I was thinking Wonderwall & Live Forever. Even though you don't move your ring and pinky fingers in Woderwall I think Live Forever is easier because it's just three finger G-D-Am-C-D-G which are pretty much what everyone learns first.
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#24
your heart is an empty room by death cab

together by the raconteurs

rocky raccoon by the beatles

I love all of the chord progressions
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#25
favorite easy song is It could have been - ulli boegershausen. fun little fingerpicking piece
#26
Rape Me - Nirvana and Time of Your Life - Green Day. Both just a few chords and fun to sing and play when you're just sitting around. People always seem to respond to these songs too even though they're so simple.
#27
Hmm... there are plenty of "mess-around" songs that I play.

Jesus Ranch - Tenacious D
Anything by Frusciante
Anything by Chris Garneau

The list goes on. Sometimes it's just fun to bugger around with random chord progressions and make up some funky fingerpicking rhythms.
#28
If we're talking super-easy cliched stuff everybody and his brother can play, I'll say Green Day's acoustic songs are pretty fun.
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