Tag: guitar

“Do You Remember” by Jack Johnson

It’s 2019 and I’m finally writing on my blog again! I’m back with the most recent song that I’ve taught myself on the guitar: “Do You Remember” by Jack Johnson. I like Jack’s music a lot because I associate his songs with my childhood. They remind me of the English lessons that I had in […]

“Candles” by Daughter

“Candles” is the most recent song that I have taught myself on the guitar. I liked learning it because it wasn’t too easy, neither too hard. As always, I found that syncing the singing and the playing was the hardest part of the whole learning process. Here is the original song. Daughter’s voice is very […]

“Hallelujah” by Jeff Buckley

A few weeks ago, I decided to learn how to play the typical acoustic guitar players’ song: Hallelujah. I chose Jeff Buckley’s version as it is the one that I prefer. Because it is a song that a lot of guitar players know, I thought it would be an easy one to learn. Actually, it was […]

Learning how to play the guitar: Don’t know why – Norah Jones

Here’s a song that I have started to work on recently. I originally thought that it was Norah Jones’ song. But, a guy called Jesse Harris actually wrote and first performed it. Her version of “Don’t know why” is a cover. Anyway, I like it because it brings back plenty of memories from when I was a […]

Learning how to play the guitar: Shiver – Lucy Rose

“Shiver” is the second song I’ve learnt on the guitar. I only realised now how challenging it is to both play the guitar and sing at the same time. It probably explains why I get moments of confusion while playing. Thankfully, the chords are fairly simple. Also, I’m not a professional singer. Please bear with […]