#2
most nirvana songs are really basic, but they have bar chords in them, but if u know bar chords then its gr8 practice!
#3
Fade To Black - Metallica (I found that a great one for practise)
Between Heaven and Hell - Zakk Wylde
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#4
Here's a few to look at

Here's a few to be getting on with, these are all basic chord arrangements for these songs. Bear in mind that they may not sound exactly how you expect because there's no riffs or lead parts there, it's literally just the chords so you can strum along...when you get familiar with the songs you can always look up a more complex version. Don't worry if there's the odd chord in there you don't recognise either, they'll all be based on the shapes you already know and will likely only have one note altered.

Bad Moon Rising, Creedence Clearwater Revival - D A G
Knocking on Heaven's Door, Bob Dylan - G D Am7 C
Rockin in the Free World, Neil Young - E D C G Em A
Hey Joe, Jimi Hendrix - C G D A E
Wild Thing, The Troggs - A D E G
Live Forever, Oasis - G D Am7 C Fmaj7 Em
Every Rose Has It's Thorn, Poison - G C D Em Cadd9
Brown Eyed Girl, Van Morrison - G C D Em D7
Same Jeans, The View - C F G F#
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#6
Wish you were here. Pink Floyd
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