Songlist Aaron Asbury 


Besides theaters, festivals, bars and cafés i play a lot in living rooms and at private party's.  a lot of people ask me if I can play some request songs.

If you book me this is the place where you can put your own set together!

You can always ask me to play a song from this list If you see me playing. 


  1. Destination unknown
  2. Down there in the corner
  3. It isn’t getting better
  4. Life is going fast
  5. Over and over again
  6. The one armed banded
  7. The wrong way
  8. Traveling man
  9. Dance with me
  10. Heading on
  11. The sailor



  1. Achy breaky heart.  Billy Ray Cyrus
  2. Ain’t got you.  Bruce Springsteen
  3. Ain’t no sunshine.  Bill Withers
  4. All I wanna do is make love to you.    Heart
  5. All shook up.   Elvis Presley
  6. Are you lonesome tonight.    Elvis Presley
  7. Back to black.    Amy Winehouse
  8. Bad moon rising.    CCR
  9. Be-bop-a-lula.   Elvis Presley
  10. Big yellow taxi.    Joni Mitchell
  11. Blinded by the light.    Bruce Springsteen
  12. Blowing in the wind.   Bob Dylan
  13. Blue suede shoes.   Elvis Presley
  14. Born in the USA.    Bruce Springsteen
  15. Bossa nova baby.    Elvis Presley
  16. Brand new key.   Melanie Safka
  17. Brown eyed girl.    Van Morrison
  18. Call me the breeze.   J. Cale
  19. Calm after the storm.  the common linnets
  20. Can’t help falling in love with you.    Elvis Presley
  21. Caravan.    Passenger
  22. Cats in the cradle.    Harry Chapin
  23. Change will come.    Alain Clark
  24. Chimes of freedom.    Bob Dylan
  25. Come together.    Beatles
  26. Country roads.   John Denver
  27. Crazy little thing called love.    Queen
  28. Dark eyes.    Bob Dylan
  29. Déjà vu.   Roger Waters
  30. Devils son.    Danny Vera
  31. Eve of destruction.    Barry Mcguire
  32. Fade to black.    Metallica
  33. Fat bottomed girls.    Queen
  34. Fire and rain.   Sweet Baby James
  35. Fire.   Bruce Springsteen
  36. Folsom prison blues.   Johnny Cash
  37. Friday im in love.   The Cure
  38. From small things.    Bruce Springsteen
  39. Get over it.    Queen
  40. God’ll cut you down.    Johnny Cash
  41. Going up the country.   Kitty, Daisy and Lewis
  42. Green green, grass of home.    Tom Jones
  43. Guitars and Cadillac’s.    Dwight Yoakam
  44. Hallelujah.    Leonard Cohen
  45. Have you ever seen the rain?    CCR
  46. Heart of gold.    Neil Young
  47. Hey porter.   Johnny Cash
  48. Highwayman.    The highwayman
  49. Ho hey.    Lumineers
  50. Honky tonk blues.    Hank Williams
  51. Hound dog.    Elvis Presley
  52. House of yes.  The other favourites
  53. Hurricane.    Band of Heatens
  54. I love you because.    Elvis Presley
  55. I’m gonna be.    The Proclaimers
  56. Imagine.    John Lennon
  57. It aint me babe.   Bob Dylan
  58. I’ve been everywhere.   Johnny Cash
  59. I want you.  Bob Dylan
  60. John henry.    Bruce Springsteen
  61. Johnny b. Goode.    Chuck Berry
  62. Jolene.    Dolly Parton
  63. Just can’t get enough.    Depesh mode
  64. Lady Madonna.    Beatles
  65. Lay lady lay.    Bob Dylan
  66. Leaving on a jet plane.    John Denver
  67. Like a rolling stone.    Bob Dylan
  68. Lonesome train.    Johnny Burnette
  69. Long time coming.    Bruce Springsteen
  70. Love me tender.    Elvis Presley
  71. Love of the common people.    Paul Young
  72. Make you feel my love.   Bob Dylan
  73. Mamma’s don’t let your baby’s grow up to be cowboys.    Waylon J & Willie N
  74. Man in black.    Johnny Cash
  75. Marry don’t you weep.    Bruce Springsteen
  76. tambourine man.  Bob Dylan
  77. My sweet lady.    John Denver
  78. Mystery train.    Elvis Presley
  79. No mercy.    Racoon
  80. No surrender.   Bruce Springsteen
  81. Nothing breaks like a heart.    Mark Ronson
  82. Nothing else matters.    Metallica
  83. Old shep Elvis.   Presley
  84. Outlaw in em.    Waylon
  85. Pay me my money down.    Bruce Springsteen
  86. Personal Jesus.    Johnny Cash
  87. Putting on the style.    Lonnie Donegan
  88. Red headed woman.    Bruce Springsteen
  89. Return to sender.   Elvis Presley
  90. Ring of fire.    Johnny Cash
  91. Rising sun.    The Animals
  92. Rock this town.    Stray Cats
  93. Rock-a-hula baby.    Elvis Presley
  94. Rocky racoon.    Beatles
  95. Running to stand still.   U2
  96. Shackled and drawn.    Bruce Springsteen
  97. Shallow Lady.   Gaga, Bradly Cooper
  98. She belongs to me.    Bob Dylan
  99. Sing me back home.  Merle Haggard
  100. Smoke, smoke, smoke Tex.   Williams
  101. So sad (to watch good love go bad).   The Everly Brothers
  102. Solitary man.    Johnny Cash
  103. Spanish Harlem.    Ben E. King
  104. Spirit in the night.    Bruce Springsteen
  105. Stray cat strut.    Stray Cats
  106. Suds in the bucket.    Sara Evans
  107. Summertime blues.    Stray Cats
  108. Sweet Caroline.   Neil Diamond
  109. Syrup and honey.    Duffy
  110. That’s alright, mamma.   Elvis Presley
  111. The big payback.    Bruce Springsteen
  112. The boxer.   Simon and Garfunkel
  113. The cave.    Mumfort and sons
  114. The ghost of Tom Joad.    Bruce Springsteen
  115. The piano (guitar) man.  Billy Joel
  116. The pros and cons of hitchhiking.   Roger Waters
  117. The tide is turning.    Roger Waters
  118. The unforgiven.    Metallica
  119. This little light of mine.    Bruce Springsteen
  120. Thunder road.   Bruce Springsteen
  121. Time of your life.    Green Day
  122. Tutti Frutti.    Little Richard
  123. Universal soldier.    Donovan
  124. Valerie.    Amy Winehouse
  125. Waiting on a sunny day.    Bruce Springsteen
  126. Water of love.    Dire Straits
  127. Way down.   Elvis Presley
  128. Wayfaring stranger.    Johnny Cash
  129. We’ll meet again.   Johnny Cash
  130. When the saints go marching in.    Bruce Springsteen
  131. When you say nothing at al.    Ronan Keating
  132. Whiskey in the jar.   Metallica
  133. Who’ll stop the rain.    CCR
  134. Wish you were here.    Roger Waters
  135. Wrote a song for everyone.    John Foggerty
  136. Yeah, yeah.    Sam Means
  137. You ain’t going nowhere.   Bob Dylan
  138. You and me.    Joan Franka
  139. You’re my best friend.   Don Williams