3 Simple guitar songs
Here I’m going to throw in 3 simple guitar songs (and popular ones)! I think at this point you may be just very interested in including some more songs to your repertoire. For this song, we’re mostly going to be looking at 2 chord songs. Which should be very easy for you guys to tackle at with the help of the chord charts found on Easy Guitar Chords. I have not included any analysis for any of the chords as they are only two chords.
The simple guitar songs have a purpose here, they should be able to assist you in practicing chord changes (have a look at this article here for information on how to change chords smoothly ), and also be able to to help you in practicing strumming without having to worry about changing chords! That way you can focus more on strumming.
I have provided 3 simple songs to with links to chords below, be sure to check out more easy guitar songs.
1. Bruce Springsteen – Born In The USA
A very classic song by Bruce Springsteen that alternates between the B and G chords.
2. Robin Thicke – Blurred Lines
One of the most popular songs of 2013. Quickly hitting number 1 on Billboard top 200. The song uses only two chords. It alternates between the G and D chords. Just quickly reference the chords in easy guitar chords if you need a quick refresher. If you do recall, they are two chords used in Knockin’ on heavens door in a previous post. So if you’d like to learn that song too, you’re basically halfway there. Click the link to learn it (along with a little analysis).
3. Beatles – Elanor Rigby
I’ll leave the bridge section of this song as a bit of a challenge. They use the chords Em7 and C/E. These two are know as chord extensions and alternate bass (or slash chords). I shall cover these probably in later posts to come! But you may choose to learn and tackle them right now if you’re up for the challenge!
Have fun learning these!