"Life in the Fast Lane"
Really, just about every Eagles tune is road-trip worthy, but if we had to pick just one, this would be it.
"Windows Are Rolled Down"
If you like Brett Dennen or Ben Harper, you'll love Amos Lee.
Crosby, Stills & Nash
The harmony and lyrics of this classic Crosby, Stills & Nash tune will have you hitting repeat.
Hit the road with a little "Thunder Road" from The Boss, one of our favorite musical traveling companions.
"Roll with the Changes"
Try not to crank up the volume on this one. We dare you.
After seeing Tom Cruise hit the road with this song in Jerry Maguire, "Free Fallin'" earns a permanent spot on our road-trip playlist. (Watch the clip from the film here.)
"Closer to Fine"
You know those songs that immediately lift your spirits? This is one of them. The guitars and harmony give us a lift without fail.
There's a reason Rolling Stone ranked this among the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time. A little trivia: This song was included in the soundtrack of the 1969 road-trip flick Easy Rider.
"Kingdom of Rust"
"Kingdom of Rust" from the Zombieland soundtrack has a unique sound that just might be best enjoyed with the horizon ahead of you and the sunset in your rearview mirror.
"Life is a Highway"
We love Rascal Flatts, but when it comes to "Life is a Highway," we'll always prefer the original version by Tom Cochrane.
"Everyday Is a Winding Road"
This easy-breezy tune is a fun one for a road trip with the girls.
"On the Road Again"
Oh, Willie, you will always be our favorite road-trip crooner.
"Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere"
You can't go wrong with a whole Neil Young playlist, but if forced to pick a single song, this song (included in the Almost Famous soundtrack) would be the one.
"Sweet Home Alabama"
This classic tune just might make you plug "Alabama" into your GPS and head down South.
"No Sleep till Brooklyn"
Want to turn your road trip into a party on wheels? This is the song to do it.
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