Three hours, one guitar, a mic, and a computer?
Sounds like the tools of the trade to me!
That intro. Put a smile on my face for that little comedic piece.
I think, for the most part, vocals are pretty good. It meshes a bit too well during the verses and raps. Right at those points, they should sit a little higher up on the mix. Since your voice sounds more on the low-mid side of things, that "pseudo-bass drum" overshadows the vocals a bit. The chorus sounds fine since you don't have that beat percussion getting too much in the way.
As your singing, think about your consistency. I hear you going flat a couple times here and there. Though as devil's advocate, it gives the track it's own authenticity.
Really my only gripe with the mix. I love the acoustic quality to it. Some good nuances here and there that really separates it from the original and other acoustic covers.
Yeah, I'm not as happy as I could possibly be with the chorus vocal...my family was home, and I know how weird I must sound belting random stuff into a mic repeatedly while wearing headphones...I get...uh...shy. And it's hard to really belt it out. I will likely redo that vocal. And the psuedo-kick was overwhelming? Huh...didn't hear it enough in my mix...you've likely got a much better sub-woofer than I do! Goes to show the importance of trying your mix out on several different speakers!
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.