#2
Home by Chris Daughtry. Pretty easy to learn. I'm a begginer myself and it wasn't so hard for me to learn, it just needs practicing to be able to sing with it. Good luck
#3
jack johnson songs are good to learn
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#6
good riddance(i.e time of your life)- greenday
wonderwall - oasis
well bascially try a few oasis songs for open chord practice and a few greenday stuff for basic powerchords..its not the most 'interesting' songs to play but it should help with basic chord changes...its the first few songs i learned when i picked up a guitar cos they seemed the easiest, but its best if you go through your song collection and choose a few easy ones..it'll make it interesting..rather than play what other ppl tell you even though you hate the song
jack johnson songs have quite a few barre chords..if you think you can manage them you should try..but its best to master open chords and power chords and then move on to barre chords imo
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#7
Try searching the threads, theres been tonnes of threads regarding good beginner songs.