Well starting in a few weeks, I'm gonna be a camp counseler at an all arts and sciences camp. I'm gonna be bring my acoustic with me, and I already have a few good songs worked out, but I need some more. What are some good songs to impress people with. I'm not really gonna be playing to the kids, and songs with vocals would be nice.
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If you like them, Neutral Milk Hotel has some great and non overused acoustic songs. Two headed boy is a great one.
I'm a rockstar without the skills, fame, or income.

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Lake of Fire - Nirvana unplugged version
Heart of Gold - Neil Young
Waiting for My Rocket - Jason Mraz

Kumbaya - Traditional
Puff the Magic Dragon - Peter Paul & Mary?
Greensleeves - Traditional

Blackbird - The Beatles
Wish you were here- Pink Floyd
Over the hills and far away- Zepplen
Put your lights on- Everlast & Santana (just the everlast parts obviously)
Anything by CCR
under the bridge is nice
i could have lied
some jack johnson maybe?


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Try some incubus like... I miss you, Pardon me or Drive. It really depends how well you can learn those songs though.
Hotel Yorba - The White Stripes
Norwegian Wood - The Beatles
I'm Only Sleeping - The Beatles
Doesn't Remind Me - Audioslave
Whistle for the Choir - The Fratellis
Santeria - Sublime
Ms. Jackson - (covered version) The Vines
Who Did You Think I Was - John Mayer (sounds good acoustic)
definitely some jack johnson!!
-traffic in the sky
-better together
-banana pancakes

theres A LOT of other good ones too...just search jack johnson on seeqpod.com