Alright, I am looking for suggestions on some good songs to learn on the acoustic to potentially play at a bar or what-not. Looking for anything in any difficulty level..

Thanks for the suggestions.

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Elliott Smith. Pure genius. Either/Or is the best album, but XO and Self Titled are good, too.
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Step One: Wake up in the LATE AFTERNOON
Step Two: Roll around in garbage and lyrical genius
Instant Bob Dylan.
Well...some acoustic's i know are fairly good...Now and Forever by Richard Marx...Tear's in heaven by Eric Clapton...Passenger Seat by Stephean Spheaks...Why by Avril Lavigne.
Music is...a higher revelation than all wisdom and philosophy
^Why would you get flamed for saying Bob Dylan? Although Buskers and the like should really cut down on how much they play his songs.