Road trip songs you’d like when you’re on the road alone

September 23, 2011 Mango Tours 0 Comments

What would you do when you’re on the road alone and the boredom keeps every minute dull? Why don’t you turn the radio on and have these songs playing.

Lovesong – The Cure

Let’s start the playlist with a passive song from The Cure – an English alternative rock band formed in 1976. The song is all about falling in love. It was released as the third single from their eight studio album, Disintegration in 1989.







California – Phantom Planet
Drive along with a song brought to you by the talented band from California, Phantom Planet. The band consists of Alex Greenwald (vocalist), Darren Robinson (lead guitar), Sam Farrar (bass guitar), and Jeff Conrad (drums). This song is about travelling back to where you came from.








Fire and Rain – James Taylor
Written by the legendary country singer James Taylor, Fire and Rain was released in 1970 and taken from his second album, Sweet Baby James. The song immediately rose to #3 on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart that gave him more success on his singing and songwriting career. The song is about wanting to see someone again.








Sex on Fire – Kings of Leon
With your engine hitting up, it’s time to listen to a song that would surely wake your nerves up from head to toe.  Sex on Fire is a song written and recorded by the band Kings of Leon. Taken from their fourth studio Album Only by the Night, the song earned them their first Grammy nomination in 2008.








Landslide – Dixie Chicks
Landslide, written by Stevie Nicks, was originally performed by the American music group Fleetwood Mac in 1975. In 2002, Dixie Chicks, a famous country group from America, released a version of this song in 2002.








Hey There Delilah – Plain White T’s
Now, for some serene sounds, you’ll definitely love the song Hey There Delilah by the American band Plain White T’s. Over two years after its release in 2005, this single taken from the album All That We Needed became the #1 song on the Billboard Hot 100. It sold over 4,000,000 copies in the U.S. alone.






So buckle up and get ready for an awesome, upbeat, and rhythmic time on the road!


Watch out for more of our all-time road trip songs suggestions in our upcoming posts.

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