Driving all day long and you are bound to hear one, two or more of your favorite songs. The ones you just have 'crank it up and sing out loud songs.' And it does not matter if the windows up or down.
Insurance.com just polled 2,000 people to figure out the best songs to listen to while driving. And the best driving music is classic rock, particularly Journey. Here's the Top 10.
Don't Stop Believin - Journey
Power ballad song by Journey, originally released as a single from their 1981 album Escape, which became a #9 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 on its original release.
Bohemian Rhapsody - Queen
Written by Freddie Mercury for the band's 1975 album A Night at the Opera. The song has no chorus, instead consisting of several sections: a ballad segment ending with a guitar solo, an operatic passage, and a hard rock section. At the time, it was the most expensive single ever made and it remains one of the most elaborate recordings in popular music history.
You Shook Me All Night Long - AC DC
This is one of their signature songs from their most successful album, Back In Black. The song also reappeared on their later album Who Made Who. It is one of the band's top 40 singles in the United States of America, reaching number 35 on the Hot 100 pop singles chart in 1980.
Any Way You Want It - Journey
Originally released on the album Departure as the opening track and as a single in 1980. The song was written by Steve Perry and guitarist Neal Schon It peaked at #23 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
Life Is A Highway - Tom Cochrane
From his 1991 album Mad Mad World. The song was Cochrane's most famous song, as it was a number one hit in Canada. The song also peaked at number six on the Billboard charts in 1992. The song has been covered by Rascal Flatts for the Cars soundtrack, as well as by Chris LeDoux and Jerry Jeff Walker.
Released in August 1976, and is commonly regarded as one of the most successful singles of the 1970s as well as one of Abba's greatest songs of all time.
American Girl - Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
This is the second single from self-titled debut album Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. The single did not chart in the U.S., but in the UK it peaked at #40 the week ending August 27, 1977. The song was ranked 76th on the list of "The 100 Greatest Guitar Songs of All Time" by Rolling Stone.
Don't Stop 'Till You Get Enough", Michael Jackson
Single written by American recording artist Michael Jackson. Released by Epic Records on July 28, 1979, the song is the first single from his fifth studio album, entitled Off The Wall.
Born to Run", Bruce Springsteen
Born to Run is the third album by Bruce Springsteen and released on August 25, 1975 through Columbia Records. On November 14, 2005, a "30th Anniversary" remaster of the album was released as a box set including two DVDs: a production diary film and a concert movie.
Fortunate Son - Creedence Clearwater Revival
A song by CCR on their album Willy and the Poor Boys in 1969. It was released as a single, together with Dwn on the Corner, in September 1969. This song reached #14 on the United States charts on 22 November 1969.