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You wake up in the morning and you don´t want listen news  because you need recover energies although you already drink your first coffee in the morning or waiting for the second one in the office.

We have a small solution to recover your battery when you drive to your job. Here you´ve got some some essential driving songs. Be ready to sing and drive!!

“Born to Run” by Bruce Springsteen

One of the best album in rock history. It is essential to take in your long trips, it will make you smile and embedden in their poetry of the lyrics “Someday girl, I don’t know when/We’re gonna get to that place where we really wanna go,” Springsteen promises.

“Take It Easy” by the Eagles

An album of 1972 which make you happy and participate in the romance of the road, as the lyrics says: “Don’t let the sound of your own wheels drive you crazy.”

“Graceland” by Paul Simon

Road trips are a time for contemplation, whether we expect it (or like it) or not. This album is perfect to do it.

“Road to Nowhere” by Talking Heads

From the gospel choir, this album Little Creatures is a great start to any road trip. Byrne says that “I wanted to write a song that presented a resigned, even joyful look at doom.”

“Keep the Car Running” by Arcade Fire

Based on singer Win Butler’s childhood nightmares, “Keep the Car Running” expands these fears into a sense of global anxiety, and tit is a must listening in your road s “Don’t know why, but I know I can’t stay”. Be careful: You´ll break the speed limit if you play this song when you are driving!

“Here I Go Again” by Whitesnake

You need to go for a drive and made up your mind, this is your song. This power ballad also works better on the open road.

Check out our playlist on Spotify for Road trip songs!

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