Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Busking Song Lists

 This is a list of song that I think make good "busking as a one man act" songs. These, plus the songs that I have written, are the songs that I am working on the most at this moment. I have a tendency to forget to sing once I start playing a song, so I may start a search for someone who sings to join me. And, if I can find the nerve to do it, I should be playing on a sidewalk near you sometime this spring, - summer at the latest.

 Rock Busking Song List

Sittin’ on the Dock of the Dock of the Bay
And I Love Her-Beatles
As Tears Go By-Stones
Everyday-Buddy Holly
If I Were A Carpenter-Tim Hardin
If You Could Read My Mind-Gordon Lightfoot
In My Life-John Lennon
Knockin’ on Heavens Door-Bob Dylan
Lay Lady Lay-Bob Dylan
Love Hurts-Everly Brothers
More Than I Can Say-Leo Sayer
Pied Piper
Play With Fire-Stones
Promises-Eric Clapton
Reason To Believe-Rod Stewart
Sea of Heartbreak-J. Cash
Since I Met You Baby-Sonny James
Solitary Man-Neil Diamond
Summer Wine-K. K.
Sundown-Gordon Lightfoot
Teach Your Children Well-C.S.N. and Y.
Well, All Right-Buddy Holly
Young Love-Sonny James

Country Busking List

Back When - Tim McGraw
Between the Devil and Me
Busted-J. Cash
Chasin’ That Neon Rainbow
Bleed Red-B and D
Eighteen Wheels and a Dozen Roses
Everything I Love
I’m Alive
I’m So Lonesome-J. Cash
In My Live - Beatles
It Ain’t Me Babe-J. Cash
Just to Satisfy You-Waylon
Killin’ Time-Clint Black
Long Black Train-Josh Turner
Lord I Hope This Day is Good-Don Williams
Loving Her Was Easier-Kris K.
Neon Moon-B and D
Nothing I Can Do About It Now
Ny Heroes have Always Been Cowboys
Pancho and Lefty
People Are Crazy-Billy Carrington
Remember When-A. J.
Sea of Heartbreak-J. Cash
Seminole Wind-John Anderson
Since I Met You Baby-Sonny James
Summer Wine - K. K.
The Cowboy In Me-T. M.
This Time-Waylon
Tulsa Time-Don Williams
When You Say Nothing At All-Allison Krauss
Where Were You-A. J.
Who Are You When I’m Not Looking-Blake Shelton
Young Love-Judds
Young Love-Sonny James
You’re Gonna Miss Me-Band D
Why Me Lord-K. K.

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