Top 10 Travel Songs by Andy Graham 2010

Top 10 Travel Songs by Andy Graham 2010

Here is my collection of best all time Songs of Travel, listen, sing along, try to remember, and plan you escape. I will try to update this list, as my world changes, thanks for listening.
Andy Graham the

Number 1
Head Carolina, Tails California - Jo Dee Messina

Orland, Indiana USA --- Tuesday, August 31, 2010


Number 2
Back in the USSR The Beatles

Number 3
Bob Segar - Traveling Man

Number 4
Alabama - I'm In A Hurry (And Don't Know Why)

Number 5
Allman Brothers - Ramblin Man

Number 6
Jackson Browne & David Lindley - Take It Easy Live 2006

Number 7
500 Miles by Peter Paul and Mary

Number 8
Close your Eyes - The Beatles

Number 9
Christopher Cross - Ride like the Wind

Number 10
Changes in Latitudes, Changes in Attitudes Jimmy Buffett

Number 11
Standing Outside the Fire Garth Brooks

Number 12
California Dreaming - Mamas and Papas

Someday, I will give you best 20 Travel Songs, they find me, I do not find them, I do hope you romanticize your life and follow your dreams.



Great choices for your top ten traveling songs!

Also I really enjoyed reading your new article about the people you met on your flight back to the States.

Enjoy Africa!

Cheers, Tim


You continue to dazzle me with such a post, GREAT! I know and love all the songs and musicians you listed except the Garth Brooks and Christopher Cross songs but then If I heard them maybe I'd recognize the lyrics. Crosby Stills and Nash's Song "Wind on the Water" and Steve Miller's "Take the money and run" could be added. Going back to the States often is a nostalgic experience when so many thoughts from years past pop back into my mind. Have FUN and keep UP with the positive energy. I probably won't be back to the USA mainland until 2012 when heading for latin and South America after 10 years away.


I would have to add "Ramble On" by Led Zeppelin for my all time fave travel song.



Here is the link to where I collect all the best Travel Songs, it is where I add the suggestions on this page.


Hmmm Chuck, I am not sure I can relate to this song, sort of missing all the Alpha Male aspects of life I thrive on.... But, it for sure could be the Travel song of Thailand, which in my opinion is become the sister to California. Plus Pataya and San Francisco have so much in common.

Thanks for the creative thoughts Chuck.

Johnny Cash is too Domestic for me, but at least trying.

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