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does anybody know any good and easy three chord songs, ones that the girls will like?

I am just a begginner here, so yeah, go easy on me.
 

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Immediately learn every Lemonheads song. Start with "The Outdoor Type". It's charming and funny and if you pull it off, will make you seem charming and funny.

Capo at the second fret.
 

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Very interesting!

I applaud JSD's attempt to respond in the spirit of Josh Jone's orginal post. At the end of the day I think the most sincere delivery of a performance will be best received by your intended audience, regardless of genre or target demographics.

http://youtube.com/watch?v=aj0EKJKi7xk

Its even better if you can find a friend to back you up on a ballad after a couple of dozen beers.

http://youtube.com/watch?v=7DtjUEQSWuc

If you can't remember the words to the song, you might try to use the old acoustic guitar drinking game to get the girls.

http://youtube.com/watch?v=GeA8J_aaLxY

If all else fails you can always resort to this, no?

http://youtube.com/watch?v=IBkjYOARgj0
 

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There always seems to be a brain dead girl asking for "More than Words" when I'm out and about. So it's a good one to know, but it a little tougher for a person starting out to play.

I've seen a room full of women crying when a couple buddies of mine were nailing the harmonies in that song. Unfortunately that was back in the early ninties when I didn't play guitar. Needless to say, they got lucky that night.
 

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Hamm Guitars said:
Liqour & Whores

Chicks dig it, and it's very Canadiana.

Great clip!

Where'd it come from? I wouldn't mind adding it to my limited repoirtoire... :food-smiley-004:
 

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Hamm Guitars said:
Liqour & Whores

Chicks dig it, and it's very Canadiana.
I don't think that would work on me but then, being 48, I'm not your target audience.:tongue:
Glad to hear you're doing well after such a horrible accident, JoshJones. What about something like You're Beautiful by James Blunt? It's a bit advanced the way he plays it, but you can do a simplified version of it, capo 8 using G, D, Em, C.
 
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Play any song you like, and if you play it with style and grace, with strength and conviction, the ladies will like YOU for playing it...

Which is way better than playing a song just cause girls like it

,-)
 
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