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Eve Goldberg Chord Req: Easy songs for a beginner (9) RE: Chord Req: Easy songs for a beginner 03 Jul 09


Here's a sampling of songs you can play with two or three chords. Have fun!

Two chord songs (could play with C and G or F and C):

Jambalaya
Little Birdie
He's Got The Whole World In His Hands
Skip To My Lou
Shortnin' Bread
Go Tell Aunt Rhody
Down In The Valley
I Love You a Thousand Ways
Waltz Across Texas
Buffalo Gals


Three Chord songs (C, F and G or G, C and D):

Pack Up Your Sorrows
Michael Row the Boat Ashore
I'm On My Way
This Land is Your Land
Old Dan Tucker
If I Had a Hammer
Oh Mary
Lonesome Valley
Midnight Special
Frankie and Johnny
Sloop John B.
Worried Man Blues
Careless Love
Old Time Religion
Swing Low Sweet Chariot
Down By the Riverside
Red River Valley
My Grandfather's Clock
Mama Don't 'Low
Roll In My Sweet Baby's Arms
Wildwood Flower
Long Black Veil
Jesse James
Nine Pound Hammer
John Hardy
Sitting On Top of the World
Wabash Cannonball
Blue Ridge Mountain Blues
Don't This Road Look Rough and Rocky
Man of Constant Sorrow
Will the Circle Be Unbroken
Union Maid
Hobo's Lullabye
Happy Birthday
Peaceful Easy Feeling
Gentle On My Mind
Johnny B. Goode
Bye Bye Love
All Together Now
Get Back
Blue Suede Shoes
La Bamba
Love Me Do
Save the Last Dance for Me
Twist and Shout
When Will I Be Loved
Me and Bobbie McGhee
Surfin' USA
Woolly Boolly
Louie Louie
Wild Thing
I Fought The Law
Not Fade Away
Feelin' Groovy


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