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[for which I am getting paid; handsomely ]

BUT

I taught him "Wild Thing", because of how easy it is, and because the chorus is all "WILD THING!" and he can find amusements in that he likes the chorus, are there any other songs such as this, that have easy riffs that you think you could teach a child with a mental age equivilent to 5 or 6?


That last part isn't meant to take the piss of him, its what everyone told me when I started teaching him.


TL;DR : Besides 'Smoke on the Water' and 'Wild Thing', what could I teach a kid with a mental age of 5/6 on the guitar?

Note: We're talking using single notes or power chords, not real chords, btw.
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Happy Birthday-- the single note version. Pretty sure I saw it on here somewhere....
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the opening chords to rock you like a hurricane... simple power chords and that song as simple as it is gets people so excited when they play it hahahaha
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American woman

its pretty much just 3 chords over and over again as far as i know
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we're not gonna take it. pretty much all power chords and the same giant crowd-chanting chorus type effect.
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Quote by Head BANGER 81
we're not gonna take it. pretty much all power chords and the same giant crowd-chanting chorus type effect.

I Wanna Rock works nicely too. I think the original uses open chords, but it sounds pretty good with just power chords.