|Pages||Sixty seven of the best songs of the rock era all chosen from Rolling Stone magazine s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time list The book covers 67 classic songs spanning the classic rock era to the modern rock era all arranged to include all important guitar parts and yet remain easily playable Songs Include Alison Another Brick in the Wall Part 2 Back in Black Bad Moon Rising Beat It Billie Jean Bitter Sweet Symphony Bizarre Love Triangle Black Dog Blitzkrieg Bop Born in the U S A Born to Run The Boys of Summer Brown Sugar Come Together Comfortably Numb Fake Plastic Trees Family Affair Fast Car Get Up I Feel Like Being a Sex Machine Gimme Shelter Go Your Own Way God Save the Queen Good Times Graceland Heartbreaker Highway to Hell Hotel California I Wanna Be Sedated Into the Mystic Iron Man Kashmir Knocking on Heaven s Door Layla Like a Prayer Lola London Calling Losing My Religion Lust for Life Maggie May Moondance No Woman No Cry Paradise City Paranoid Paranoid Android What s So Funny Bout Peace Love and Understanding Personality Crisis Radio Free Europe Don t Fear the Reaper Respect Sheena Is a Punk Rocker Should I Stay or Should I Go Spirit in the Sky Stairway to Heaven Stayin Alive Sweet Child O Mine Tangled Up in Blue Thank You Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin Thunder Road Walk on the Wild Side Welcome to the Jungle What s Going On Whipping Post Whole Lotta Love Wild Horses Wish You Were Here You Can t Always Get What You Want|
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