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Time of your life - Green Day
Babe I'm gonna leave you - Led Zeppelin
Behind Blue Eyes - The Who
Blackbird - The Beatles
Hotel California (Live) - Eagles
Wonderwall - Oasis

And any other Unplugged version. Prefrably PLUSH - Stone Temple Pilots.
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Hey There Delilah - Plain White T's
Elderly Woman Behind the Counter in a Small Town - Pearl Jam

And alot of John Denver songs are mostly acoustic, especially his Greatest Hits album. these two songs are some of his more famous songs
-Rocky Mountain High (it's all acoustic and has a freakin awesome opening acoustic riff)
-Country Roads (is all acoustic except for a background banjo accompaniment)

those are the only all i acoustic songs i know...some other songs that are mostly acoustic are

You and Me - Lifehouse
Wonderwall - Oasis
Wake Me Up When September Ends - Greenday
Country Boy Can Survive - Hank Williams J.R
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Ocean-John Butler Trio
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