Re: What was your first song?

mine was real first song that Im proud of is "hurt" by Jhonny Cash, I know 9 inch nails wrote it but I learned Jhonny cash's version.

Re: What was your first song?

The first song that I learned was John Denver's "Country Roads" which was way back in the early 1970s.  I believe his tunes and guitar playing are what inspired me to to learn how to play the guitar.

Re: What was your first song?

'Amazing Grace'... the first one I did by ear was 'Old Habits' by Hank Williams Jr. lol

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My first was "Every Rose has it's thorn"

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Hi guys,
I enjoyed reading through all the first songs and reminising learning in the begining and remembering how much trouble I had with the C chord, well my first riff was Enter Sandman, but my first strum along song was Wild thing closely followed by the eagles peacfull easy feeling

Re: What was your first song?

"Smoke on the Water" my cousin taught me 30 years ago, then Ghost Riders. Damn 30 years playing and still never got any better... LOL

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spad_dad wrote:

"Smoke on the Water" my cousin taught me 30 years ago, then Ghost Riders. Damn 30 years playing and still never got any better... LOL

I feel your pain, but, I still enjoy it as I hope you are.  <grin>

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My grandson just learned a Nirvana song titled, "about a Girl" . It was surprisingly easy.
All verses were Eminor, G and the choruses went C#,F#, E,A,C .

We pronounce it "Guf Coast".
Ya'll wanna go down to the Guf?

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First song I learned to play ~correctly~ and all the way through was Blackbird by The Beatles. It's a very fun song to play.

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country feedback - REM is the first song I learnt to sing along too

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Haha the first song i leaned was What I Got by Sublime. Pretty easy to get down.

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my first song was  ''down on the corner'', by creedence clear water revival and still play it today   :-)

Re: What was your first song?

my 1st song was "Grandpa" lol & I still luv it.

Re: What was your first song?

Hmmm...There is a house in new orleans..

smile

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Mine was Amazing grace. It was the first song to learn in my first tuition book in the chords of A D &E.

Re: What was your first song?

I believe "House of the Rising Sun" was my first song over 35 years ago.  I still play it fom time to time... (smile)

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the sweet one i have abolutly no idea who made it bt my x girlfriend taught it to me

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I taught myself "Homeward Bound"-Simon and Garfunkle.

Then when I took a few lessons,   he taught me "Last Thing on my Mind"-Tom Paxton.

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I'm actually attempting to learn my first song right now.... "Folsom Prison Blues" -J. Cash

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Good choice!

"I don't have pet peeves...I have whole kennels of irritation."  --Whoopi Goldberg

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Dylans "Don`t think twice it`s allright"... and for a reason!  wink

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That is a good one to learn and one of my early tunes.  Good chord changes and lyrics that stay in your mind.

"I don't have pet peeves...I have whole kennels of irritation."  --Whoopi Goldberg

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House of the Rising Sun (Animals) followed by every Beatles tune I could pick out. Then Dylan. Then Neil Young & Crazy Horse...

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elvisusa wrote:

I believe "House of the Rising Sun" was my first song over 35 years ago.  I still play it fom time to time... (smile)

Definitely more than 35 yrs ago!

Re: What was your first song?

"As the Raven Flies" by Dan Fogelberg. Back in 1982. On a no name les paul copy that met it`s demise soon after

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