#1
When my hand tires out on acoustic, I play along with songs that use a capo on the 2nd fret in the original recordings (so I can sing along with them). I'll post the songs I play below, do you cats know any others?

The Truth - Jason Aldean
Wagon Wheel - Old Crow Medicine Show
Time Marches On - Tracy Lawrence
The Freshmen - The Verve Pipe
It Never Rains In Southern California - Trent Summar and the new Row Mob
Maybe It Was Memphis - Pam Tillis
A Different World - Bucky Covington
The Weight - The Band
#5
Any song can be played with a capo on the second fret, it just means it'll be in a different key.

If you want to play along with the original recording of a song which isn't capo'd when you are capo'd at 2nd, look up the tab on UG and use the transpose function to show you the chords "down 2 half steps".

With the guitar capo'd but the chords transposed you should be perfectly in tune with the original.

Hope that makes sense.
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Have A Nice Day - Bon Jovi.
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Most of Oasis's songs acoustically can be played with a capo such as supersonic, listen up and underneath the sky
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Thanks, Gary. I've never tried that, or even thought of it, for that matter. I'm gonna do that tomorrow; Put the capo on 2, but tune it to EADGBe, and play a million other songs. That is kinda cheating though. But I did shatter all the bones in my fret fingers in a motorcycle accident, so I guess I can let myself slide.
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Thanks, Gary. I've never tried that, or even thought of it, for that matter. I'm gonna do that tomorrow; Put the capo on 2, but tune it to EADGBe, and play a million other songs. That is kinda cheating though. But I did shatter all the bones in my fret fingers in a motorcycle accident, so I guess I can let myself slide.

I haven't even got the excuse of a motorcycle accident - if I find a song which has loads of barre chords in it, I'll often find a way to play it capo'd purely out of laziness! Town Called Malice is one example that I always do this with.
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