#1
oh, i already know there's threads like this. lets face it, this aint new. Alas, the search function really needs improvement.
Gonna be going to job corps for awhile, and I'll be damned if I'm not taking my guitar, even it if it means I gotta fit all my stuff into one bag instead of two. Instead of taking my prized possession, I'm gonna take my acoustic. Perhaps this is an opportunity to get more acoustic friendly.

I need some songs to learn. Chord style, something I've only been getting into more as of late. Something like, Rivers of Babylon by Sublime, or Blackbird by The Beatles.
"A guitar is your personality expressed through six strings"

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#2
you should play the song i learned in 3rd grade. it's in E.

I. Am. Play. Ing. My. First. Chord. And. It. Is. Op. En. E.
#3
Is There Anybody Out There? - Pink Floyd

It's all one big arpeggio, but you stay in chord shapes. Quite easy to learn, too.

Also, Tears in Heaven - Eric Clapton, if you're into finger picking.
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#4
The Pixies - Where Is My Mind?
Smashing Pumpkins - Spaceboy
~don't finkdinkle when ur supposed to be dimpdickin~
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Am I the only one who doesn't understand? Most songs have chords, do they not?

Well he means an acoustic song instead of a song made for an electric
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#8
Change the world by Clapton
Georgia, Your body is a wonderland by John Mayer

Actually any song of those two artists would do.

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#9
I know these weren't meant for acoustic but I love playing Ramones songs on acoustic guitar using open and major barre chords. Try "Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue."