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1. Posted by TylerJames (Respected Member 333 posts) 10y

whats your favorite songs that inspire you to travel or bring back some memories.
here are a few of mine

Creedence Clearwater Revivial- Lodi
Whitesnake- Here I go again on my own
Spooks- Things I've Seen

2. Posted by cruisegirl (Respected Member 244 posts) 10y

Been done before....but always fun ;)

Home For a Rest - Spirit of the West
Country Roads - John Denver
Kingston Town - UB40

3. Posted by k_koustav (Budding Member 6 posts) 10y

my favourite song is titanic song.

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5. Posted by Alicja (Budding Member 238 posts) 10y

U2-Beautiful day - it has so much power

6. Posted by xxpacerxx (Full Member 76 posts) 10y that a depressing song!!?

Counting crows- mr jones and me
Killers-Somebody- told me
Jack Johnson-Good- people
Scissor sisters- comfortably numb
KC and the sunshie band-keep it coming love

7. Posted by snatterand (Travel Guru 454 posts) 10y

"Tengo la camisa negra" with Juanes, mainly because that's the one song we heard over and over again in South America on the radio, and because it's so silly and it makes me smile.


8. Posted by rach8645 (Inactive 62 posts) 10y

Hokay... asking a radio lover this YOUR MAD

Beautiful - James Blunt
Joleen - Dolly Parton
To be with you - Mr Big
Sweet Home Alabama - Jewel
Love Generation - Bob Sinclair feat. Gary Pine
Forever Young - Youth Group
Summer of 69 - Brian Adams
Mr Jones - Counting Crows

in Oz...
The Gambler - Kenny Rogers
I just want to be with you - Bernard Fanning
and obviously the campfire ones... Walzing Matilda ;)

9. Posted by grasshoppa (Full Member 202 posts) 10y

red hot chili peppers- around the world

10. Posted by rasberries (Inactive 154 posts) 10y

heart of gold - neil young
lola - the kinks
flake - jack johnson
yoshimi battles the pink robots - the flaming lips
wheat kings - tragically hip
time they are a changing - bob dylan
shelter from the storm - bob dylan