It's Road Trip Month: Get In The Mood With Our Open Road Playlist
A playlist that's perfect for the open road.
Ah, the month of May: the April showers brought fields of flowers, the sun is finally peeking through the clouds, and we're putting our winter jackets and boots deep into our closets. And you know what good weather means? Road trip!!! Back in January, we asked what songs you'd love to sing on a road trip, and this time around, we're taking the top songs that mention the phrase "road trip" in their lyrics to get you pumped to hit the road yourself. Without further ado, here's our fave songs that are all about the art of the road trip:
5. Third Eye Blind — Invisible
"Riding on the road with friends / And the road trip ends / The weather changes mood"
4. Atmosphere — Between The Lines
"After doin' shows for years, gettin' respect from peers / Killed the ego, lookin' at these people like they weird / Road trips, turn to head trips / Became a hunger for sedatives and eccentric etiquette"
3. Down With Webster — Miracle Mile
"It was the worst road trip since Britney eloped / But I had twenty six drinks and the chicken was dope / And when the van broke down, yo, the crew had hope / So I'll be leaving this room with some pillows and soap"
2. Eisley — Becoming You
"We sing the song we wrote when we were kids for so long / Paper clips, and long road trips, make for silly stories"
1. Red Hot Chili Peppers — Road Trippin'
"Road trippin' with my two favorite allies / Fully loaded we got snacks and supplies / It's time to leave this town, it's time to steal away / Let's go get lost, anywhere in the U.S.A."
Do you know any songs with "road trip" in them? Where would your dream road trip destination be to? Let us know in the comments!
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