#2
iron and wine - such great heights

slow but good
But there's no sense crying over every mistake, you just keep on trying till you run out of cake.

#3
Stand By Me- John Lennon
No Sugar Tonight- Guess Who
Hurt - Johnny Cash or NIN. Whoever you think is cooler.
A lot of Jack Johnson stuff is good.

I'm assuming your a beginner, so these are some really fun and easy ones.
#4
Cannonball-Damien Rice
Swing Life Away-Rise Against
Rain-Breaking Benjamin
Everlong-Foo Fighters
Broken-Seether

if you're good enough with harmonics, Blurry by Puddle of Mudd sounds awesome on an acoustic, if not, it sounds like crap.
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#5
Any song from John Mayer.
I recomend: Clarity, 3x5, Comfortable, St Patricks Day, Why Georgia, Stop This Train and My Stupid Mouth.
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#6
Oasis - Wonderwall
John Lennon - Working Class Hero
Bob Dylan - The Times They Are-a Changin'
Jack Johnson - Taylor
Eagles - Hotel California (live version)
Goo Goo Dolls - Name
Kansas - Dust in the Wind
Paul Simon - Kodachrome
Dispatch - The General
Corey Smith - Twenty-one

Okay, thats a pretty wide variety of genres but all have great acoustic guitar in them, hope you find one that suits your tastes!
#7
Fake Plastic Trees - Radiohead.
Dusty - Kings of Leon.
All Along The Watchtower - Bob Dylan.
#8
Good Riddance ( Time of your life ) by Green Day

Broken by Seether

Sweet Home Alabama by Lynrd Skynrd

Acoustic bit to Fade to Black by Metallica
#9
Iris by goo goo dolls
tears in heaven by eric clapton
Midsummer`s Daydream by Triumph
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#10
Knocking on Heaven's Door - Bob Dylan
Heaven - Bryan Adams
Time after Time - Matchbox 20
#11
john mayer - slow dancing in a burning room
jack johnson - flake
OAR - to zion goes i
dispatch - two coins
slightly stoopid - i couldnt get high
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#12
I dont know guys, i think he means songs that've been covered acousticly not acoustic songs...
Foo Fighters did a whole album where they have acoustic versions of their songs...
Ben Harper - Drugs dont work
Matt Weddle Hey Ya
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#13
Say Anything- I want to know your plans
The Matches- To Build A Mountain, Scratched Out, or Here's To Love
I wrote a song about war...
The kind that lives in your head.
#14
You can play any song acoustically if you're creative enough .
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#15
Two great Radiohead songs that are pretty simple: Karma Police and Street Spirit (Fade Out).
If you're not into them, I'd check out some early Bob Dylan, old school Rolling Stones, etc.

I could have gotten your question all wrong though. Do you want songs TO cover acoustically, or do you want to COVER cover songs that have already been done acoustically?
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