10 Easy Billie Eilish Songs To Play On Guitar (+CHORDS!)

easy billie eilish songs

If you’re searching for some easy Billie Eilish songs to learn and play on your guitar, don’t worry – you’ve come to the right part of the internet! In today’s article, we’re going to highlight 10 of the best and easiest tracks by this famous singer-songwriter.

Undoubtedly, Billie Eilish is one of the most important pop artists in today’s music industry. Her catchy songs and inimitable style inspire millions of fans all around the world. Still, not many people know that most of her songs are actually really easy to play. And that means that you can play them too!

That’s why I decided to create a list of 10 easy Billie Eilish songs that you can learn and play on your guitar. Have a look on the table below and feel free to check out the chords to all of these songs. If you don’t like learning on your own, scroll down to the next section – I included links to 10 great video lessons.

10 Easy Billie Eilish Songs – List

Billie Eilish – BellyacheCHORDS
Billie Eilish – Ocean EyesCHORDS
Billie Eilish – Billie Bossa NovaCHORDS
Billie Eilish – IdontwannabeyouanymoreCHORDS
Billie Eilish – Happier Than EverCHORDS
Billie Eilish – Bad GuyCHORDS
Billie Eilish – When The Party’s OverCHORDS
Billie Eilish – Come Out And PlayCHORDS
Billie Eilish – Everything I WantedCHORDS
Billie Eilish – Wish You Were GayCHORDS
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1. Billie Eilish – Bellyache

Bellyache is one of the most famous songs by Billie Eilish. This is one of her first songs – it was a part of her debut EP called Don’t Smile At Me (2017). Although it’s not a new track, it definitely deserves to be added to the list of songs that you can play from scratch to finish.

This track sounds great and it’s actually very easy to play – it requires a basic knowledge of chords. In addition, the strumming pattern isn’t too difficult either, so you should be able to pick it up very quickly.

I highly encourage you to check out the guitar tutorial above. It explains everything very thoroughly and it will definitely help you to understand how to play it in full.

2. Billie Eilish – Ocean Eyes

Ocean Eyes is an another massive hit by Billie Eilish, so I’m sure that you all recognize it! There’s a few different ways to play that song and you can either use fingerpicking or strumming. The version above involves strumming, which is a bit easier, so it should be suitable even for beginners.

The song is not too difficult and it shouldn’t cause you too many problems. If you know the basic chords such as C, Em, G or C, you’re pretty much ready to go. The only thing that may be challenging is the pace – you will have to change these chords smoothly and quickly in order to capture the true feeling of that track.

Although it’s not the easiest song on today’s list, it can definitely be classified as an easy song by Billie Eilish. I’m sure that once you learn it from start to finish, you’ll have a lot of fun with it!

3. Billie Eilish – Billie Bossa Nova

Billie Bossa Nova is a pretty new song – it comes from Billie’s second album called Happier Than Ever (2021). Although this track may seem challenging for absolute beginners, it’s actually pretty easy to play.

There is a few different ways to play that song and some of them include using a capo. The version from the tutorial above features a capo on the third fret. Don’t worry if you don’t have it though – you can still practice that song without the capo! Still, getting a capo may be really beneficial for your growth as a musician.

The guitar lesson above explains this track very thoroughly, so I’m sure that you’ll have a lot of fun while learning it. I highly recommend checking it out!

4. Billie Eilish – Idontwannabeyouanymore

Idontwannabeyouanymore by Billie Eilish is an another proof that a great song doesn’t have to be complicated. This track is very easy to play and it mainly involves the use of the basic chords. If you know how to play G, C or Am, you’re pretty much ready to go!

What’s important, the strumming pattern in that song isn’t too difficult either, so even absolute beginners should be able to pick it up very quickly. I highly recommend checking out the guitar lesson above – it will definitely be a great resource for you to learn that song from start to finish.

5. Billie Eilish – Happier Than Ever

Happier Than Ever is an another massive hit by Billie Eilish. The song comes from her second album released last year. Although it’s not the easiest song on today’s list, it’s definitely suitable even for the beginner players.

The song features a simple strumming pattern and a few of the basic chords. Some of the chord transition may seem challenging for amateurs, but I’m sure that you’ll be able to figure it out very quickly.

I highly encourage you to take some time and check out the guitar lesson above – it explains everything in a lot of detail.

6. Billie Eilish – Bad Guy

Bad Guy is one of the most popular hits created by Billie Eilish and her brother Finneas. Everyone knows this song, but the truth is that not many people are aware that it’s actually very easy to play.

Whether you want to learn the main melody or you want to be able to play that song from start to finish, you should definitely check out the guitar lesson above. This song is perfect for anyone who’s looking for some easy Billie Eilish songs to learn and play on guitar!

7. Billie Eilish – When The Party’s Over

When The Party’s Over is an another amazing song created by Billie Eilish. This is not the easiest song on today’s list, but it’s definitely suitable even for less advanced guitar players. There’s a few different ways to play that song. Some of them (including the version above) involve using a capo.

Even if you don’t have a capo, you should definitely spend some time to learn that track from start to finish. Although it may take you a while to figure it out, you’ll definitely enjoy playing that song a lot!

8. Billie Eilish – Come Out And Play

Come Out And Play is an another amazing track written by Billie Eilish and her brother Finneas. Although it’s not as popular as some of the other songs on today’s, it’s a great option for amateur musicians.

Learning this track will definitely improve your fingerpicking technique. What’s more, it will also impact your accuracy skills. I highly recommend checking out the guitar lesson above – it explains everything very thoroughly.

9. Billie Eilish – Everything I Wanted

Everything I Wanted is an another really easy song by Billie Eilish that you can play with just a few chords. If you know how to play G, C and Em, you’re pretty much ready to go!

There’s a few different ways to play that track. If you’re an absolute beginner, you can stick to these few chords. But if you’re a bit more advanced guitar player, you can also try to learn the fingerstyle version.

Whether you’re an amateur or an intermediate guitarist, you’ll definitely enjoy learning and playing that track from start to finish. I highly recommend checking out the guitar lesson above – it shows everything in a lot of detail.

10. Billie Eilish – Wish You Were Gay

Wish You Were Gay is an another example of an easy Billie Eilish song. This track is not complicated at all and it shouldn’t cause you too much trouble – even if you’re an absolute beginner.

Undoubtedly, any fan of Billie Eilish should spend some time to learn that song from start to finish. The tutorial above will definitely help you with that, so I encourage you to grab your guitar and check it out!

FAQ

What is the saddest song by Billie Eilish?

Billie Eilish created a lot of sad songs, such as When The Party’s Over, Ocean Eyes, Six Feet Under and I Love You.

What genre is Billie Eilish?

Billie Eilish is a pop/indie pop artist. Her style is inimitable, so it’s really tough to classify her music with just one genre. Her mix of pop, indie, trap and alternative music results with something spectacular. She can also be described as a mid-tempo melancholy pop artist.

Is Billie Eilish music alternative?

When you compare Billie Eilish with other pop artists who are on the top of the charts, it’s clear that her music is a bit different. That being said, although she’s extremely popular, her music can also be considered as alternative.

What is the most famous song by Billie Eilish?

Billie Eilish created a lot of massive hits, although Bad Guy, Lovely, When The Party’s Over and Ocean Eyes seem to be her most famous songs.

Summary

As you can see, a lot of songs by Billie Eilish are really easy and fun to play on guitar. I hope that you took your time and you checked out some of the guitar lessons above. Don’t worry if these songs are too difficult for you – it will all become much easier after a few weeks of practice!

Which Billie Eilish song is your favorite? Would you add any other song to that list? Leave a comment below and let me know what you think, I’m really interested to hear what you think!

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