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The evolution of the greatest southern rock band in the landfrom high school boys jammin' in the backyard of Jacksonville, FL to rockin stages all over the world has been a complete blessing for the members and the fans, and still is to this day. Twelve more easy guitar songs to add to the above impressive list may surprise you, they include: No Woman No Cry and Redemption Song, both from the indomitable Bob Marley and from the legendary Bob Dylan we have All along the watch tower, Knocking on heaven's door and Blowin in the Wind.

The following list is by no means exhaustive; it is merely my personal search throughout the internet to re-acquaint myself with what has been produced since the 1960s and really, to get back into one of my very first loves; actually the first dream I ever had as a boy of nine years old - of playing in a rock band.

If you learn only a few basic guitar chords, like C, Am, D, A, G, E, Em and F you will have zillions of songs to choose from. Michelle was originally recorded in 1968 and was eventually released in 2000 on Lynyrd Skynyrd's Collectybles album that featured early, unreleased demos, live recordings and tracks from 1968-1977.

The songs listed below are just some of many examples that use the major pentatonic scale for guitar. Having a good selection of easy songs to sing will help to reduce the cognitive load on your brain, which in turn will help you to focus better when you sing.

This early Rossington/Van Zant original is another song recorded during the band's nascent Muscle Shoals sessions in 1971/72, released posthumously in 1978 on Skynyrd's First andLast and reissued in 1998 as Skynyrd's First: The Complete Muscle Shoals Album.

Lynyrd Skynyrd recorded some amazing material between 1971 and 1972 at the famous Muscle Shoals studios in Alabama but they were shelved. Rossington's big grinding chords and Ed King's slide guitar deliver its message about music industry dishonesty with blunt force, but Acoustic Cover the song also works as an anthem for anybody who puts up with bullshit to hold down a job.

The song requires only 3 chords: D, G and A. Just follow these three chords in this order, for the whole song. With the departure of guitarist Ed King, Skynyrd were now a two-guitar band, and the rhythm/lead roles of Rossington-Collins are more well-defined on this release.

Their three-guitar lineup gave them an uncommon musical muscle, while their down-to-earth songs spoke plainly and honestly from a working-class Southerner's perspective. Easy guitar songs for beginners are even harder, since you don't really know what is considered easy.