Omerta by Katatonia is nice (although fairly simple to play so depends if you're looking for something more complicated).

Burn It Down or Rise Today (Alterbridge) also sound good.
Ambulance Blues - Neil Young
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anything chuck ragan or frank turner
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There's a ton of good ones. Stone Sour - Through the Glass is cool
Dave matthews. Anything by them. Specially his all acoustic stuff. Gravedigger is a good one.
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Do you mean a purely acoustic piece of music, or something that has singing as well?

It's kind of a wide open question, so if you could narrow it down, that would be great.

As a general idea, Neil Young's "The Needle and the Damage Done" is a short song that has very good acoustic guitar work in it.
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^Michael hedges is wicked. Yeah anythin by Michael, Andy McKee and Antoine Dufour is cool. Nick drake is good
Jack White has some fun stuff to play with. Blackjack Davey, for instance. (which of course is a cover. Good version though)
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Chuck Ragan is amazing. While your at it check out Mike hale, Austin Lucas, Joey Cape, Jon Snodgrass, and all the other great folk/acoustic artists who also have punk bands.
I think Little lion man and the cave by Mumford and sons are great songs to learn on an acoustic.