50 Timeless Acoustic Songs

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Indeed, music can immortalize words, emotions, and feelings, and when it comes to touching songs that give goosebumps to us every time, there is no other way to play it other than with the calm and romantic strum of the guitar. Acoustic songs are sung to confess love, celebrate life, reminisce, and tell a story. It is most common in country music.

People from all over the world know the power of acoustic songs. They are very passionate and pleasant to the ears that’s why some of the best songs ever written were acoustic. The words and chords struck us like lightning, and these songs never left our hearts since then.

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Many Acoustic Songs Captivated Us. Below Are 40 Of Them:

  1. Hotel California (Hell Freezes Over) By Eagles
  2. Blackbird By Paul Mccartney
  3. Jolene By Dolly Parton
  4. Redemption Song By Bob Marley
  5. Angie By Rolling Stones
  6. More Than Words By Extreme
  7. Wonderwall By Oasis
  8. Sound Of Silence By Paul Simon
  9. Patience By Guns N’ Roses
  10. Country Roads By John Denver
  11. Have You Ever Seen The Rain By CCR
  12. Yellow (Acoustic) By Coldplay
  13. Under The Bridge (Acoustic) By Red Hot Chili Peppers
  14. Working Class Hero By John Lennon
  15. Tears In Heaven By Eric Clapton
  16. Crazy Little Thing Called Love By Queen
  17. The Times They Are A Changin’ By Bob Dylan
  18. Dust In The Wind By Kansas
  19. Everlong (Acoustic) By Foo Fighters
  20. The Scientist (Acoustic) By Coldplay
  21. Ain’t No Sunshine By Bill Withers
  22. Teach Your Children By Crosby, Still, Nash & Young
  23. Give A Little Bit By Supertramp
  24. American Pie By Don Mclean
  25. Iris By Goo Goo Dolls
  26. Good Riddance (Time Of Your Life) – Greenday
  27. Daughters By John Mayer
  28. The A Team By Ed Sheeran
  29. Photograph By Ed Sheeran
  30. Fire And Rain By James Taylor
  31. Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door By Bob Dylan
  32. Fast Car By Tracy Chapman
  33. Here Comes The Sun By The Beatles
  34. Wild World By Cat Stevens
  35. Breakfast At Tiffany’s By Deep Blue Something
  36. Robinson By Simon & Garfunkel
  37. Georgia By Vance Joy
  38. Big Yellow Taxi By Joni Mitchell
  39. Make It With You By Bread
  40. Over The Hills And Far Away By Led Zeppelin
  41. Love Of My Life By Queen
  42. Pink Moon By Nick Drake
  43. May You Never By John Martyn
  44. Going To California By Led Zeppelin
  45. Heart Of Gold By Neil Young
  46. Yesterday By The Beatles
  47. Layla (Unplugged) By Eric Clapton
  48. Cannonball By Damien Rice
  49. About A Girl By Nirvana
  50. Both Sides Now By Joni Mitchell

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You have probably sung each one into your head because that’s how great acoustic is. These are songs from famous musicians of all time, and some of them may be gone, but through their songs, they never died. They revealed their soul through their acoustic songs, and now people are enjoying and singing their songs.

Acoustic songs are sweeter and more tender. It has been used to make music more romantic and sincere as it has a different effect on a song. Some musicians have made versions of rock and groovy songs and turned them into a timeless and soulful acoustic one. It is simple yet powerful and straightforward. When you listen to an acoustic song, you will hear the love and passion of the person who wrote it. Try and listen to one of the songs listed above and dare yourself not to feel it.

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