#1
Hey everyone. My "Nana" (Grandma, Nan, etc.) Is coming over from England, and she always expects me to perform a couple of songs to her whenever I see her.

My problem is, I've been focusing mainly on electric guitar for a while now, and haven't learnt any new acoustic songs in bit, and she's over in about 6 days.

Can you suggest some fancy/impressive songs that might impress my Nana?

Oh, and my skill level? I'm not bad, I can easily play things such as Drive - Incubus, Your Revolution Is A Joke - Funeral For A Friend.
And currently, I'm learning For My Father - Andy Mckee, as one of the songs I'll play for her (If i can get it down by then ).

Help please?
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#3
By who?

And I didn't know you hang around in this forum?
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#5
Haha.
And thanks, I'll have a look!
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#7
^^ I'll have a look
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#10
BEATLES BEATLES BEATLES

Yellow submarine
Day tripper
Come together (look up an acoustic cover on youtube of Marty Nightengale and some other dude playing it, best version I've ever heard, and wicked simple)
etc.

She's from England for crying out loud.
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