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Hal Leonard First 50 Songs You Should Play On Acoustic Guitar

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Songlist:A Horse With No NameAbout A GirlAgainst The WindBarely BreathingBoulevard Of Broken DreamsBreaking The GirlBye Bye Lo...  All product info

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First 50 Songs You Should Play On Acoustic Guitar

A Horse With No Name
About A Girl
Against The Wind
Barely Breathing
Boulevard Of Broken Dreams
Breaking The Girl
Bye Bye Love
Champagne Supernova
Crazy Little Thing Called Love
Every Rose Has Its Thorn
Falling Slowly
Fast Car
Free Fallin'
Have You Ever Seen The Rain?
Hey There Delilah
Ho Hey
I Won't Give Up
Into The Mystic
Let Her Go
Me And Julio Down By The Schoolyard
More Than A Feeling
More Than Words
Nothing Else Matters
Peaceful Easy Feeling
Redemption Song
Ring Of Fire
Run Around
Silent Lucidity
Stairway To Heaven
Take Me Home, Country Roads
Tangled Up In Blue
Tequila Sunrise
Wagon Wheel
Wake Up Little Susie
We Can Work It Out
What I Got
Wild World
Wish You Were Here


  • Manufacturer: Hal Leonard
  • Genre: Pop
  • Instrument: Guitar
  • Medium: Music book
  • Vocals/Speech: English
  • Arrangement: Guitar Tabulatur (TAB)
  • With Sheet Music: Yes
  • With Tabulature: Yes
  • CD: No
  • DVD: No
  • Download: No
  • Number of Pages: 104
  • Series: Guitar Collection
  • Format: DIN A4
  • Publishing Number: HL00131209
  • ISBN: 2147483647
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