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Piano Man   by Billy Joel  Download @
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Blowin' in the Wind   by Bob Dylan  Download @
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Highway 61 Revisited   by Bob Dylan 
Knockin' on Heaven's Door   by Bob Dylan 
Like a Rolling Stone   by Bob Dylan 
Mississippi   by Bob Dylan 
Positively 4th Street   by Bob Dylan 
Subterranean Homesick Blues (cover)   by Bob Dylan 
Tangled Up in Blue   by Bob Dylan 
Redemption Song   by Bob Marley and the Wailers  Download @
For What It's Worth   by Buffalo Springfield  Download @
We've Only Just Begun   by Carpenters  Download @
Suite: Judy Blue Eyes   by Crosby, Stills and Nash  Download @
My Sweet Lord   by George Harrison  Download @
Fire and Rain   by James Taylor  Download @
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I Won't Give Up   by Jason Mraz  Download @
Hallelujah   by Jeff Buckley  Download @
Folsom Prison Blues   by Johnny Cash  Download @
Both Sides Now   by Joni Mitchell  Download @
Help Me   by Joni Mitchell 
Little Talks   by Of Monsters And Men  Download @
Home   by Phillip Phillips  Download @
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Bridge Over Troubled Water   by Simon and Garfunkel  Download @
Sloop John B   by The Beach Boys  Download @
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Ho Hey   by The Lumineers  Download @
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Drive By   by Train  Download @
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