Songs About Airplanes & Flying

Taking flight across the wild blue skies here are songs for those searching for topical songs about airplanes and flying. Maybe these songs will help you “gear up” for that next business trip or family getaway to visit the relatives cross country. The feature here are songs about air travel and words that suggest that in the title. Airports, airplanes, jets, planes, flying, flight, pilot, Air Force are among the words accepted within the title. A few of the songs listed here don’t necessarily have anything to do with travel, but are used as metaphors about love, life and relationships.  A few here even deal with that other form of being “high”. The songs included in the bonus section are additional selections that don’t use any of the key words listed above in the title but have multiple referrals to planes and or flying within the lyrics. Something tells me there are a number of additional songs out there on the subject since this list is smaller than majority of the others I have done in the past. Hopefully these songs may inspire you to create a custom mp3 playlist on your ipod (or burn a cd) for your next themed event, air vacation, business flight or simply for your own personal enjoyment. 🙂

‘Airplane’ Songs

  1. Aeroplane – Bjork
  2. Aeroplane – Red Hot Chili Peppers
  3. The Aeroplane Flies High – Smashing Pumpkins
  4. Air Force One – Godley & Creme
  5. Air Force Ones – Nelly
  6. Airplane – Beach Boys
  7. Airplane – Indigo Girls
  8. Airplane Song (My Airplane) – Royal Guardsmen
  9. Bennie & The Jets – Elton John
  10. Burning Airlines Give You So Much More – Brian Eno
  11. Counting Airplanes – Train
  12. Crazy In The Night (Barking At Airplanes) – Kim Carnes
  13. Deportee (Plane Wreck At Los Gatos) – Woody Guthrie
  14. Free Mexican Air Force – Peter Rowan
  15. Great Airplane Strike – Paul Revere & The Raiders
  16. If Love Was A Plane – Brad Paisley
  17. It’s Gonna Take An Airplane – Destroyer
  18. Jet – Paul McCartney & Wings
  19. Jet Airliner – Steve Miller Band
  20. Jet City Woman – Queensryche
  21. LA International Airport – Susan Raye
  22. Leaving On A Jet Plane – John Denver
  23. Leaving On A Jet Plane – Peter, Paul & Mary
  24. Next Plane To London – Rose Garden
  25. Outbound Plane – Suzy Bogguss
  26. Paper Airplanes – Seals & Crofts
  27. Plane (If The Plane Goes Down) – Jason Mraz
  28. Planes – Jefferson Starship
  29. Trains & Boats & Planes – Billy J Kramer & The Dakotas
  30. Watching Airplanes – Gary Allan
  31. Wooden Planes – Art Garfunkel

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These are the bonus songs with reference to air travel within the lyrical content of the song, however the title doesn’t include one of the key words listed above in the introduction. Still, lots of great stuff here to choose from. …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

  1. Aces High – Iron Maiden
  2. Back In The USSR – The Beatles
  3. Bomber – Motorhead
  4. Coming Into Los Angeles – Arlo Guthris
  5. Danger Zone – Kenny Loggins
  6. Daniel – Elton John
  7. Ebony Eyes – Everly Brothers
  8. Eight Miles High – The Byrds
  9. Enola Gay- Orchestral Maneuvers In The Dark [OMD]
  10. Flight of Icarus – Iron Maiden
  11. Flight of The Bumble Bee – Classical masterpiece by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov (1899)
  12. Flight ’76 – Walter Murphy Band
  13. Freebird – Lynyrd Skynyrd
  14. The Ghost of Flight 401 – Bob Welch
  15. It Never Rains In Southern California – Albert Hammond
  16. Just A Song Before I Go – Crosby Stills & Nash
  17. Love Light In Flight – Stevie Wonder
  18. Magic Carpet Ride – Steppenwolf
  19. Major Tom (Coming Home) – Peter Schilling
  20. One Flight Down – Norah Jones
  21. Pilot of The Airwaves – Charlie Dore
  22. Return of The Red Baron – Royal Guardsmen
  23. Rocket – Goldfrapp
  24. Rocket Man – Elton John
  25. Sky Pilot – The Animals
  26. Snoopy vs The Red Baron – Royal Guardsmen
  27. Snoopy’s Christmas – Royal Guardsmen
  28. Snowbird – Anne Murray
  29. Somewhere Over The Rainbow – Judy Garland (Wizard of Oz)/Eric Clapton/Tori Amos/Connie Talbot
  30. Space Oddity – David Bowie
  31. Speed of Sound – Coldplay
  32. Spread Your Wings – Queen
  33. Take Me To The Pilot – Elton John
  34. The Epic Flight of John Glenn – Walter Brennan
  35. The Letter – Box Tops
  36. The Letter – Joe Cocker
  37. The Spirit of St. Louis – British Sea Power
  38. This Flight Tonight – Joni Mitchell
  39. Twenty Flight Rock – Eddie Cochran
  40. Up Up And Away – 5th Dimension
  41. Up Where We Belong – Joe Cocker & Jennifer Warnes

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‘Flying’ Songssinatra_come_fly_with_me

  1. Angels Flying Too Close To The Ground – Willie Nelson
  2. Born To Fly – Sara Evans
  3. Come Fly With Me – Frank Sinatra
  4. Fallin’ & Flyin’ – Jeff Bridges (from the 2009 movie ‘Crazy Heart’)
  5. Fly – Celine Dion
  6. Fly – Nickelback
  7. Fly – Sugar Ray
  8. Fly – Hilary Duff
  9. Fly (The Angel Song) – The Wilkinsons
  10. Fly Away – John Denver
  11. Fly Away – Lenny Kravitz
  12. Fly Away Again – Dave Dudley
  13. Fly Away (Little Paraquayo) – George Baker Selection
  14. Fly By Night – Rush
  15. Fly From The Inside – Shinedown
  16. Fly Into Love – Charley McClain
  17. Fly Like A Bird – Mariah Carey
  18. Fly Like An Eagle – Steve Miller Band
  19. Fly Like An Eagle – Seal
  20. Fly Me Away – Annie Little (heard in one of the TV commercials for the Amazon ‘Kindle’)
  21. Fly Me Away – Goldfrapp
  22. Fly Me To The Moon – Frank Sinatra
  23. Fly, Robin, Fly – Silver Convention
  24. Fly To The Angels – Slaughter
  25. Flyin’ South – Hank Locklin
  26. Flying Away – Mary J. Blige
  27. Flying – The Beatles
  28. Flying – Prism
  29. Flying Down To Rio – Fred Astaire
  30. Flying Down To Rio – Rudy Vallee
  31. Flying High – The Commodores
  32. Flying High Again – Ozzy Osbourne
  33. Flying In A Blue Dream – Joe Satriani
  34. Flying On The Ground Is Wrong – Neil Young
  35. Flying Saucer – Buchanan & Goodman
  36. Flying Saucer The 2nd – Buchanan & Goodman
  37. Flying Without Wings – Westlife
  38. Flying Without Wings – Ruben Studdard
  39. Gonna Fly Now (Theme From Rocky) – Bill Conti/Maynard Ferguson
  40. I Believe I Can Fly – R. Kelly
  41. If I Could Fly – Joe Satriani
  42. I’ll Fly Away – Statler Brothers
  43. I’ll Fly Away – Jars of Clay
  44. I’m Gonna Fly – Amy Grant
  45. Into The Night (If I Could Fly) – Benny Mardones
  46. Last Dollar (Fly Away) – Tim McGraw
  47. Learn To Fly – Foo Fighters
  48. Learning To Fly – Pink Floyd
  49. Learning To Fly – Tom Petty
  50. Let’s Go Fly A Kite – From Mary Poppins soundtrack
  51. Midnight Flyer – Osbourne Brothers
  52. Midnight Flyer – The Eagles
  53. Open Your Eyes, You Can Fly – Vanessa Williams/Lizz Wright
  54. Straighten Up & Fly Right – Nat King Cole
  55. Texas Bound & Flyin’ – Jerry Reed (from the 1980 movie ‘Smoky & The Bandit 2’)
  56. Time For Me To Fly – REO Speedwagon
  57. We Can Fly – The Cowsills
  58. Where Eagles Fly – Sammy Hagar
  59. Where The Stars & Stripes & The Eagle Fly – Aaron Tippin
  60. Wish I Could Fly – Roxette
  61. Wish I Could Fly Like Superman – The Kinks
  62. Why Walk When You Can Fly – Mary Chapin Carpenter
  63. You Can Fly, You Can Fly, You Can Fly – from Peter Pan soundtrack

Freshly Updated 5/1/2010 and again on 3/7/2011

Songs About Gambling & Luck

CardsnDiceSome people got it ….. some people don’t Luck, that is — and hopefully the good kind. Gambling can take many different forms. Could even be the destination of a road trip to the nearest casino, or off to the track to wager on the thoroughbreds, or simply over to your friend or co-workers house for the weekly poker night. The following list of songs are split into two groups. The first group features songs with any form of the word “gamble” in the title. Also included are words that reference types of gambling such as playing cards, card games such as poker or blackjack, dice, or the mention of Las Vegas.  The second group of songs feature songs with “luck” or lucky” in the title. Also included here are reference words such as fortune. This gives you a decent amount of songs from many different genres of music and almost a century timeline to compile a playlist for so you can take with you to your next gambling opportunity. So whether you’re headed to Atlantic City, Las Vegas or an Indian Casino, maybe the nearest sports book, a poker tournament at the local card room, to the track for the horse races, or the Saturday night poker game at your buddy’s house, there’s sure to be some great “gambling” songs or “luck” songs on this list that can get you pumped up before arriving at your vice of choice and remember — not all luck is necessarily good 😛

Without sounding redundant — Good Luck 🙂

Songs About Gambling

  1. Ace In The Hole – George Strait
  2. Ace of Spades – Motorhead
  3. Aces – Suzy Bogguss
  4. Aces & Eights – Lita Ford
  5. Aces High – Iron Maiden
  6. The Angel & The Gambler – Iron Maiden
  7. Blackjack – Ray Charles
  8. The Card Cheat – The Clash
  9. Casino Boogie – Rolling Stones
  10. Casino Queen – Wilco
  11. Deal – Grateful Dead
  12. Deal – Tom T. Hall
  13. Deal ‘Em Again – Christopher Cross
  14. Draw of The Cards – Kim Carnes
  15. Dyin’ Crapshooter’s Blues – Blind Willie McTell
  16. Dying Gambler – Blind Willie McTell
  17. Five Card Stud – Ace Frehley
  18. From A Jack To A King – Ned Miller (1963)
  19. From A Jack To A King – Ricky Van Shelton (1989)
  20. Gambler – Madonna
  21. The Gambler – Woody Guthrie
  22. The Gambler – Leonard Cohen
  23. The Gambler – Kenny Rogers (1978)
  24. Gamblin’ Bar Room Blues – Sensational Alex Harvey Band
  25. Gambling Bar Room Blues – Jimmie Rodgers
  26. Gambling Bar Room Blues – John Cougar Mellencamp
  27. Go Down Gamblin’ – Blood, Sweat & Tears
  28. Holdin’ A Good Hand – Lee Greenwood
  29. Hot Shot Gambler – The Sweet
  30. The Jack – AC/DC
  31. Jack of Diamonds – Waylon Jennings
  32. Kentucky Gambler – Merle Haggard
  33. Lazy Poker Blues – Status Quo
  34. Life’s Like A Card Game – Big Joe Turner
  35. Lily, Rosemary & The Jack of Hearts – Bob Dylan
  36. Little Queen of Spades – Robert Johnson
  37. Lonesome Loser – Little River Band
  38. The Loser – Grateful Dead
  39. Losing Hand – Ray Charles
  40. Moonlight Gambler – Frankie Laine
  41. Poker – Electric Light Orchestra
  42. Poker Face – Lady Gaga (2008)
  43. Queen of Hearts – Dave Edmunds
  44. Queen of Hearts – Juice Newton
  45. Rambler, Gambler – Bob Dylan
  46. Ramblin’ Gamblin’ Man – Bob Seger (1968)
  47. Ramblin’ Gamblin’ Wife – Bob Dylan
  48. Rambling Gambler – The Dixon Brothers
  49. Rambling Gambling Willie – Bob Dylan
  50. Riverboat Gambler – Carly Simon
  51. Roll of The Dice – Bruce Springsteen
  52. Roll The Bones – Rush
  53. The Roving Gambler – Elton Britt
  54. Son of A Rotten Gambler – The Hollies
  55. St. John The Gambler – Townes Van Zandt
  56. That Was A Crazy Game of Poker – O.A.R.
  57. There’s A Place In The World For A Gambler – Dan Fogelberg
  58. Three Card Trick – The Clash (1979)
  59. Tumbling Dice – Rolling Stones
  60. Tumbling Dice – Linda Ronstadt
  61. Turn of A Friendly Card – Alan Parsons Project
  62. Two of A King, Workin’ On A Full House – Garth Brooks
  63. Two of Hearts – Stacey Q (1986)
  64. Uptown Poker Club – Jerry Reed
  65. Viva Las Vegas – Elvis Presley
  66. Viva Las Vegas – ZZ Top
  67. The Winner Takes It All – Abba
  68. Whiskey, Women & Loaded Dice – Joe Liggins

Songs About Luck

  1. Bad Luck – Dinah Washington
  2. Bad Luck – Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes (1975)
  3. Bad Luck – Social Distortion (1992)
  4. Bad Luck Soul – BB King
  5. Down On Your Luck – Thin Lizzy
  6. Fortune Teller – Rolling Stones
  7. Fortune Teller – Robert Plant & Alison Krauss
  8. Good Luck – Mirsa
  9. Good Luck, Bad Luck – Lynyrd Skynyrd
  10. Good Luck Charm – Elvis Presley (1962)
  11. Good Run of Bad Luck – Clint Black
  12. Hard Luck Stories – Neil Young
  13. Hard Luck Woman – Kiss (1976)
  14. Have A Lucky Day – Morphine
  15. I Got Lucky – Elvis Presley
  16. I Feel Lucky – Mary Chapin Carpenter
  17. I Should Be So Lucky – Kylie Miogue
  18. If I Get Lucky – Arthur Crudup
  19. I’m A Bad Luck Woman – Memphis Minnie
  20. I’m Looking Over A Four Leaf Clover – Art Mooney
  21. Lady Luck Blues – Bessie Smith
  22. Love & Luck – Jimmy Buffett
  23. Luck Be A Lady – Frank Sinatra
  24. Luck In My Eyes – k.d. Lang
  25. Luck Of The Draw – Bonnie Raitt
  26. The Luckiest – Ben Folds Five
  27. Lucky – Britney Spears (2000)
  28. Lucky – Greg Kihn Band (1985)
  29. Lucky – Radiohead
  30. Lucky – Seven Mary Three (1997)
  31. Lucky – Jason Mraz
  32. Lucky Charm – The Boys (1989)
  33. Lucky Devil – Carl Dobkins Jr. (1959)
  34. Lucky 4 You (Tonight I’m Just Me) – SheDaisy (2001)
  35. Lucky Arms – Lefty Frizzell (1974)
  36. Lucky Day – George Olsen (1926)
  37. Lucky Guy – Todd Rundgren
  38. Lucky In Love – George Olsen (1927)
  39. Lucky In Love – Mick Jagger (1985)
  40. Lucky Ladies – Jeannie Seely (1974)
  41. Lucky Ladybug – Billy & Lillie (1958)
  42. Lucky Ladybug – Four Seasons
  43. Lucky Lindy – Vernon Dalhart (1927)
  44. Lucky Lips – Ruth Brown (1957)
  45. Lucky Lips – Cliff Richard (1963)
  46. Lucky Love – Ace of Base (1996)
  47. Lucky, Lucky Me – Marvin Gaye
  48. Lucky Man – Emerson Lake & Palmer (1971)
  49. Lucky Man – The Verve (1998)
  50. Lucky Man – Montgomery Gentry (2007)
  51. Lucky Me – Chiffons
  52. Lucky Me – Anne Murray (1980)
  53. Lucky Me, Lucky You – Lee Roy Parnell (1997)
  54. Lucky Moon – Oak Ridge Boys (1991)
  55. Lucky Number – Lene Lovich
  56. Lucky One – Laura Branigan (1984)
  57. Lucky One – Amy Grant (1994)
  58. Lucky One – Faith Hill (2006)
  59. Lucky One – Alison Krauss (2001)
  60. The Lucky One – Faith Hill
  61. Lucky Song – Dean Martin
  62. Lucky Ones – Loverboy (1982)
  63. Lucky Star – Madonna (1984)
  64. Lucky Town – Bruce Springsteen
  65. Lucky You – Lightning Seeds (1994)
  66. My Lucky Day – Bruce Springsteen
  67. Old Mr. Bad Luck – Earl King
  68. Piece of My Luck – Sam Brown
  69. Sister Luck – Black Crowes
  70. Some Guys Have All the Luck – Rod Stewart
  71. Trying Your Luck – The Strokes
  72. We Are The Lucky Ones – Charmed
  73. With A Little Luck – Paul McCartney & Wings
  74. You Are My Lucky Star – Petula Clark
  75. You Got Lucky – Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers (1982)

Songs About Magic & Mystery

magic_hat_gloves_wand_in_globeThere’s an alluring fascination with magic and the occult. The Harry Potter movie and book series has brought the subject up often over the last few years. I haven’t come across too many music selections on this topic specifically, so I thought I’d give it a shot from my own collection of music. As with my other song lists I’ve done in the past, I’m trying to keep this list narrowed down to only those that mention magic, magical and magician within the title. I have deviated enough to include in the “bonus section” other songs that refer to magical potions or spells without crossing over to “luck, lucky, miracles, gypsy, witch, warlock, devil and Satan” titled songs. (That could very well be another post some time in the future.)  Other bonus material included here are songs with words that suggest magic potions or spells within the title such as “abracadabra, hocus pocus, potion, spell, illusion, disappear, wizard and voodoo”.

So, below you will find a fairly decent selection (with a wide span of years and music genres) of “magic and mystery” songs to make a playlist for your Ipod, mp3 player or cd to burn. They’re listed alphabetically along with the years they came out (in some cases) when known. More may be added if I get any suggestions or locate others “magically” 🙂

Songs About Magic

  1. A Kind of Magic – Queen
  2. Black Magic Woman – Fleetwood Mac (1969)
  3. Black Magic Woman – Santana (1970)
  4. Blue Magic – Jay-Z (2007)
  5. By The Light of A Magical Moon – T-Rex
  6. Could It Be Magic – Barry Manilow (1975)
  7. Do You Believe In Magic – Lovin’ Spoonful (1965)
  8. Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic – Police (1981)
  9. Five Magics – Megadeth
  10. If It’s Magic – Stevie Wonder
  11. Magic – Pilot (1975)
  12. Magic – Olivia Newton-John (1980)
  13. Magic – The Cars (1984)
  14. Magic – Bruce Springsteen
  15. Magic – Ben Folds Five
  16. Magic America – Blur
  17. Magic Bus – The Who (1968)
  18. Magic Carpet Ride – Steppenwolf (1968)
  19. Magic Dance – David Bowie
  20. Magic Eyes – Jack Grayson & Blackjack (1981)
  21. Magic Fingers – Eddie Fisher (1955)
  22. Magic Guitar – Bunny Paul (1953)
  23. Magic In The Air – Badly Drawn Boy
  24. Magic Hollow – Beau Brummels
  25. Magic Man – Heart (1976)
  26. Magic Melody – Billy Murray (1915)
  27. Magic Moments – Perry Como (1958)
  28. Magic Moon – The Rays (1961)
  29. Magic Pie – Oasis
  30. Magic Power – Triumph (1981)
  31. Magic of Your Eyes – Charles Harrison (1917)
  32. Magic Tango – Hugo Winterhalter (1954)
  33. Magic Touch – Hugo Winterhalter (1953)
  34. Magic Touch – Aerosmith
  35. Magic Stick – Lil’ Kim (2003)
  36. Magic Town – The Vogues (1966)
  37. Magic Woman Touch – Hollies (1973)
  38. Magical Mystery Tour- The Beatles (1967)
  39. Magical Mystery Tour – Ambrosia (1977)
  40. Night Time Magic – Larry Gatlin
  41. Puff (The Magic Dragon) – Peter, Paul & Mary (1963)
  42. She Didn’t Do Magic – Lobo
  43. Spanish Castle Magic – Jimi Hendrix Experience
  44. Strange Magic – Electric Light Orchestra (1976)
  45. That Old Black Magic – Glen Miller (1943)
  46. That Old Black Magic – Sammy Davis Jr.
  47. This Magic Moment – The Drifters (1960)
  48. This Magic Moment – Jay & The Americans (1968)
  49. You Can Do Magic – America (1982)
  50. (You’ve Got The) Magic Touch – Platters (1956)

Bonus Song Selection …..

These are the songs that refer to various magical terminology (as mentioned above).

  1. Abracadabra – Steve Miller Band (1982)
  2. Disappear – INXS
  3. The Grand Illusion – Styx
  4. Hocus Pocus – Focus (1973)
  5. I Put A Spell On You – Screamin’ Jay Hawkins
  6. I Put A Spell On You – Creedence Clearwater Revival (1968)
  7. Love Potion Number Nine – The Coasters
  8. Love Potion Number Nine – The Clovers
  9. Love Potion Number Nine – The Searchers
  10. Pinball Wizard – The Who
  11. Pinball Wizard – Elton John
  12. Spellbound – AC/DC
  13. Spellbound – Siouxsie & The Banshees
  14. Spellbinder – Foreigner
  15. Voodoo – Godsmack
  16. Voodoo Child – Jimi Hendrix
  17. The Wizard – Black Sabbath
  18. The Wizard – Uriah Heep

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Here is the last category on songs with “mystery” or “mysterious” in the title. Not much success in finding many here. I hope to include more as suggestions are made or I find more “mysteriously” in my collection or searches.

Songs About Mystery

  1. Magical Mystery Tour – The Beatles (1967)
  2. Magical Mystery Tour – Ambrosia (1977)
  3. Mysterious Ways – U2 (1992)
  4. Mystery – Paul Biese Trio (1920)
  5. Mystery Lady – Billy Ocean (1985)
  6. Mystery Man – Tom Petty
  7. Mystery of Tallahatchie Bridge – Roger White (1967)
  8. Mystery Train – Elvis Presley (1955)
  9. She Is Still A Mystery- Lovin’ Spoonful (1967)
  10. That Mysterious Rag – Arthur Collins & Albert Campbell/American Quartet (1912)

As always — additional suggestions are always welcomed ……….

Customer Service: I Wanna Speak To A Human Being!

frustration_on_the_phoneEver get frustrated by not being able to get a LIVE voice, specifically an operator, customer service representative or (better yet) a supervisor,  for customer service help or a billing or tech support  problem?

Tired of having to deal with a voice activated computer or being lead around in circles by voice prompts, none of which pertain to the reason why you’re actually calling?

There are a couple of websites out there that may be able to help you out and get through all the red tape a lot quicker. It’s absolutely ridiculous to have to go through a dozen or so voice prompts to have to get through to a representative.

GetHuman.com and Get2Human.com are websites dedicated to telling frustrated consumers the right buttons to push on a telephone to reach a human in the customer service department at hundreds of companies.

Ever Been Through This Scenario?

You’ve been on hold for anywhere from 15 minutes to (God forbid) an hour waiting for the next available customer service representative, then get dropped or  disconnected (whether it be accidentally or intentionally) when you actually get a live voice. This happens countless times everyday to good, everyday people just trying to remedy a situation.

Some larger companies (phone companies, banks, credit card issuers, insurance companies, mortgage companies, real estate agents, cable or satellite companies, ticket agencies, ebay, Amazon, computer tech, credit unions, hospitals, airlines and government agencies, are notorious for this type of runaround.

You really want to speak to a LIVE person and the longer it takes to get to one, the more  your frustration level builds and the higher your blood pressure rises. Sometimes you need some inside knowledge on how to “beat the system” so that YOU’RE the one in control “pushing buttons”.

Dealing with corporate giants this way can really add to the stress you already have. Also, many people with various medical conditions (stroke victims, hearing impaired, speech impaired, deaf-mutes) as well as the elderly can have a difficult time understanding or even communicating with a computer activated voice.

Having a bad cell phone connection or noisy environment around you can make this this very difficult also.

There are 2 websites out there now with a solution to getting through all this BS. It’s very thorough and updated on a regular basis. It actually lists hundreds of various companies and tells you how to get through to a human voice a lot quicker. Each company is individualized for maximum results telling you which buttons to push  specifically to get through easier as well as quicker.  You can also add your imput or rate your experience here also.

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Check them out using these 2 links below…..

Get Human.com

Get 2 Human.com

PS – I absolutely love this Translation Interpretation Guide to messages that the automated phone systems generate. Check this out here.

Fun Sound Effects … In An Instant

sound_fx_machineEver wish that you had some kind of device to help lighten up an  awkward moment or get you out of an uncomfortable situation? I’m sure we all have had a similar experience at one time or another.

Well ….. Fear Not Anymore! …..

Here are a few sites to check out for thousands of cool and fun “instant gratification” sound effects.And best of all, the key element to this list is that they are all FREE (as well as royalty-free) with minimum effort involved. They run the full gamut from funny to scary in range, including sounds of animals, applause, people, transportation, sirens, lasers, instruments, household appliances, doors, machines, TV, space, occupational, nature, weather and so forth as well as a whole slew of alarms, bells, beeps, clicks, chimes, screams and whistles ….. all designed for personal use on your projects, blogs, websites, etc.

Go Ahead! — Give it a Try! — Indulge A Little! — You know you wanna! 🙂

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11 Instant Sound Effect Sitesmagic-button-anim

This is the classic and most likely the original site in the genre. Load this site up before you tell a joke and hit the button to punctuate your punch line.

Created in response to instant rimshot, sad trombone is useful when delivering bad news to someone such as “Honey, I accidentally drove the car into the garage door…” Insert sad trombone sound here.

An alternative that is probably a good idea to have open alongside instant rimshot when telling a joke, you might want to use instant crickets when your joke doesn’t go over too terribly well. This site is particularly useful in corporate meetings when telling “politically-incorrect” jokes.

When everything seems to be getting you down, you can always rely on your emergency yodel button. Yodels are like hugs, giving you a warm and fuzzy feeling inside and making everything just a little bit better.

This reminds me of the sad horn sound effect, from a well-known television game show, where you attempt to guess the prices of everyday products. You probably know which one I’m inferring to.

Basically just an up and down slide whistle sound ….. In some ways, it appears more pathetic than a sad trombone. Doesn’t really sound all that festive but you could stretch your imagination and find a creative use for it.

The classic scream from “Won’t Get Fooled Again” by Roger Daltrey of the legendary rock group “The Who”, which just happens to be the theme song from “CSI:Miami”.  Also, David Caruso’s acting skills are legendary, so why not punctuate your day with sunglasses and his serious mug?

Be Fore-Warned!! – Beware, that by clicking this link, you will be exposing yourself to a full-screen image of William Shatner’s face….. Again ….. You Have Been Warned!!

Bad Taste Alert!! – This is one of those pull-my-finger episodes. May be lame and kitschy, but may work when the “essense of you” time rolls around and pointing your finger at the dog just doesn’t work anymore.

Reminds you of an old black and white TV western in the mindset of “High Noon” starring Gary Cooper. Gives kind of a desolate or lonely aura. Also, ideal to use when one of your jokes bombs or goes over your audience’s heads.

Personally I find this one quite annoying, but others may find it perfect for that moment when someone in your office makes a ridiculously obvious suggestion or comment, or is prone to spilling coffee all over himself/herself.

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13 More Sound F/X Sites With Large Libraries sound effects logo

As a bonus, thousands of additional sound effects as well as  sound bytes can be found at the various sites listed below. Simply click on the name/link and you’ll be taken right to the  website. These are also FREE and are Royalty-Freeas well.

 

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Here are a few more just addedcreate farts

Create and customize virtual farts and email them to your family and friends.

A collection of either gross or funny (depending on how you look at it) belches and burps – It’s a simple fact of life – just depends on how vocal you are 😛

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Cool Tools! – Handy Online Gadgets

stopwatchThis page features a few simple, nifty, handy-dandy apps that you might actually find helpful enough, as well as useful enough, to add/download to your browser, home page, website or blog. Best of all, they’re all FREE and very easy to install. Listed below are a few of these as well as their links to get yours instantly.

Everybody needs a stopwatch, calculator or timer at some point — and there never seems to be one around when you really need one!

Well … Fear Not … Now There Is!

A simple, fast “Flash” Online Stopwatch and Online Countdown Timer always available when you need it.

All of these can be found at Online-Stopwatch.com or you may click on them individually as they are listed below …..

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Songs About Cities & States

SanFranciscoEver since the advent of the motor car near the turn of last century, followed by the development of the interstate highway system in the mid fifties, American’s have been on the move. As the years progress, we’ve become even more of a “mobile” society, whether it be for the purpose of work or pleasure. Fast forward to 2009 ….. Lots of songs small-town1have been recorded over the last 100+ years honoring places, cities and states as well as small town America, generally where the singer(s) or band members grew up or spent many memorable years in ….. most are good, some not so much. The following list here reflects a large number of those cities, states and places in songs by a wide variety of recording artists. As always, a vast selection of London_skylinegenres of music as well as years have been included for you to choose from to create your ultimate playlist or cd to burn, be it for the purpose of your next road excursion, plane trip or simply to make your next work commute or errand runs a little more pleasant. I limited the list to songs which specifically named towns, cities and states in the title. They even included international cities also. rolling_farmlandEven a few countries were slipped in here for good measure. I doubt if there could ever be a complete list made but this should be a good enough selection to choose from. At the end of the long list below, I included a few bonus songs that didn’t name specific places in the title, but did mention a several city and place names throughout the lyrics, such as Johnny Cash’s “I’ve Been Everywhere” and David Bowie and Mick Jagger’s version of “Dancing In The Street”.

Enjoy 🙂

Songs About Cities & States

  1. 4 To 1 In Atlanta – Tracy Byrd
  2. 4th of July, Asbury Park (Sandy) – Bruce Springsteen
  3. 99 Miles From LA – Albert Hammond
  4. 99 Miles From LA – Johnny Mathis
  5. Abilene – George Hamilton IV
  6. Acapulco – Johnny Duncan
  7. Alabama Jubilee – Red Foley
  8. Alberta Bound – Gordon Lightfoot 
  9. Alberta Bound – Paul Brandt
  10. Albuquerque – Weird Al Yankovic
  11. All My Ex’s Live In Texas – George Strait
  12. All The Gold In California – Larry Gatlin & The Gatlin Brothers
  13. All The Way From Memphis – Mott The Hoople
  14. All The Way To Reno (You’re Gonna Be A Star) – REM
  15. Allegheny Moon – Patti Page
  16. Allentown – Billy Joel
  17. Amarillo By Morning – George Strait 
  18. Amarillo Sky – Jason Aldean
  19. Amsterdam – Coldplay
  20. Amy’s Back In Austin – Little Texas
  21. Anchorage – Michelle Shocked
  22. Angel of Harlem – U2
  23. Another Rainy Day In New York City – Chicago
  24. April In Paris – Count Basie
  25. April in Paris – Ella Fitzgerald
  26. Arizona – Mark Lindsay 
  27. Atlanta Blue – Statler Brothers
  28. Atlanta Burned Again Last Night – Atlanta
  29. Atlantic City – Bruce Springsteen
  30. Austin – Blake Shelton
  31. Back In The New York Groove – Ace Frehley
  32. Bagpipes From Baghdad – Eminem
  33. Bar In Bakersfield – Merle Haggard
  34. Barcelona – Jewel
  35. Battle of New Orleans – Johnny Horton
  36. Beaches of Cheyenne – Garth Brooks
  37. Been To Canaan – Carole King
  38. Berlin – Lou Reed
  39. Beverly Hills – Weezer 
  40. Big In Vegas – Buck Owens
  41. Big Train From Memphis – John Fogerty
  42. Blue Hawaii – Elvis Presley
  43. Blue Kentucky Girl – Loretta Lynn
  44. Bombs Over Baghdad – Outkast
  45. Born In East LA – Cheech Marin
  46. Boy From New York City – Ad Libs 
  47. Boy From New York City – Manhattan Transfer
  48. Brooklyn Roads – Neil Diamond
  49. By The Time I Get To Phoenix- Glen Campbell 
  50. Cabo San Lucas – Toby Keith
  51. Calcutta – Lawrence Welk
  52. California – Shawn Mullins 
  53. California Dreamin ‘ – Mamas & The Papas 
  54. California Girls – Beach Boys
  55. California Nights – Lesley Gore
  56. California Saga – Beach Boys 
  57. California Soul – 5th Dimension
  58. California Sun – Rivieras 
  59. California Sun – Ramones
  60. Callin’ Baton Rouge – Garth Brooks
  61. Carmel By The Sea – Kitty Wells
  62. Carolina In The Pines – Michael Martin Murphy
  63. Chattahoochee – Alan Jackson
  64. Chattanooga Choo Choo – Glen Miller
  65. Chattanooga Shoe Shine Boy – Red Foley
  66. Chattanooga Shoe Shine Boy – Frank Sinatra
  67. Chattanooga Shoe Shine Boy – Freddie Cannon
  68. Chicago – Frank Sinatra
  69. Chicago (We Can Change The World) – Graham Nash
  70. Chicago Is So Two Years Ago – Fall Out Boy
  71. China Grove – Doobie Brothers
  72. Christmas In Fallujah – Billy Joel
  73. Christmas In Hollis – Run DMC
  74. Christmas in Killarney – Bing Crosby
  75. Cincinnati Lou – Merle Travis
  76. City of New Orleans – Arlo Guthrie
  77. City of New Orleans – Willie Nelson
  78. City of Night – Peter Schilling (Berlin)
  79. Cleveland Rocks – Ian Hunter
  80. Cleveland Rocks – Presidents of the United States (Drew Carry TV Show Theme)
  81. Colorado Kool-Aid – Johnny Paycheck
  82. Coming Into Los Angeles – Arlo Guthrie
  83. Dallas – Alan Jackson
  84. Denver – Larry Gatlin & The Gatlin Brothers
  85. Detroit City – Bobby Bare
  86. Detroit City – Tom Jones
  87. Detroit Rock City – Kiss
  88. Devil Went Down To Georgia – Charlie Daniels Band
  89. Do You Know The Way To San Jose – Dionne Warwick
  90. Does Fort Worth Ever Cross Your Mind – George Strait
  91. Durham Town – Roger Whittaker
  92. Eight More Miles To Louisville – Grandpa Jones
  93. El Paso – Marty Robbins
  94. El Paso City – Marty Robbins
  95. England Swings – Roger Miller
  96. Everyone I Meet Is From California – America
  97. Eyes Of A New York Woman – BJ Thomas
  98. Fort Worth, Dallas Or Houston – George Hamilton IV
  99. Free Man In Paris – Joni Mitchell
  100. Friend In California – Merle Haggard
  101. Funky Nassau – The Beginning of The End
  102. Galveston – Glen Campbell
  103. Gary, Indiana – original cast (from the Broadway Musical “The Music Man” )
  104. Georgia On My Mind – Ray Charles
  105. Georgia On My Mind – Willie Nelson
  106. Get Outta Denver – Bob Seger
  107. Girl From Ipanema – Stan Getz & Astrud Gilberto
  108. God Blessed Texas – Little Texas
  109. Going To California – Led Zeppelin
  110. Goodnight Saigon – Billy Joel
  111. Harlem Shuffle – Rolling Stones
  112. Havana Daydreaming – Jimmy Buffet
  113. Hawaii – Beach Boys
  114. Hawaii Five-O – The Ventures
  115. Hazard – Richard Marx
  116. Heads Carolina, Tails California – JoDee Messina
  117. Holiday In Cambodia – Dead Kennedys
  118. Hollywood Nights – Bob Seger
  119. Hollywood Swingin’ – Kool & The Gang
  120. Honolulu LuLu – Jan & Dean
  121. Hotel California – Eagles
  122. Houston – Dean Martin
  123. Houston (Means I’m One Day Closer To You) – Larry Gatlin & The Gatlin Brothers
  124. Houston Solution – Ronnie Milsap
  125. I Can Still Make Cheyenne – George Strait
  126. I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City – Nilsson
  127. I Left My Heart In San Francisco – Tony Bennett
  128. I Love LA – Randy Newman
  129. I Wouldn’t Live In New York City (If They Gave Me The Whole Dang Town) – Buck Owens
  130. If Hollywood Don’t Need You – Don Williams
  131. If You’re Gonna Play In Texas (You Gotta Have A Fiddle In The Band) – Alabama
  132. Indiana Wants Me – R. Dean Taylor
  133. Istanbul (Not Constantinople) – They Might Be Giants
  134. It Never Rains in Southern California – Albert Hammond
  135. It’s All Down To Goodnight Vienna – Ringo Starr
  136. I’ve Got A Gal In Kalamazoo – Glenn Miller
  137. Jackson – Johnny Cash & June Carter
  138. Jamaica Farewell – Harry Belafonte
  139. Jersey Girl – Bruce Springsteen
  140. Kansas City – Wilbert Harrison
  141. Kansas City (Hey, Hey  Hey  Hey) – Beatles
  142. Kansas City Song – Buck Owens
  143. Kansas City Star – Roger Miller
  144. Kashmir – Led Zeppelin
  145. Katmandu – Bob Seger
  146. Kentucky Gambler – Merle Haggard
  147. Kentucky Rain – Elvis Presley
  148. Kentucky Waltz – Eddy Arnold
  149. Kentucky Woman – Deep Purple
  150. Key Largo – Bertie Higgins
  151. Kingston Town – UB40
  152. Kokomo – Beach Boys
  153. LA Freeway – Jerry Jeff Walker
  154. La Grange – ZZ Top
  155. LA International Airport – Susan Raye
  156. LA To The Moon – Ronnie Milsap
  157. LA Woman – The Doors
  158. Lady Came From Baltimore – Tim Hardin
  159. Landing In London (All I Think About Is You) – 3 Doors Down
  160. Laredo – Chris Cagle
  161. Last Train to Clarksville – The Monkees
  162. Last Train To London – Electric Light Orchestra
  163. Leavin’ Louisiana In The Broad Daylight – Oakridge Boys
  164. Leaving Las Vegas – Sheryl Crow
  165. Leaving New York – REM
  166. Leningrad – Billy Joel
  167. Lights of Albuquerque – Jim Glaser
  168. (Lights Went Out In) Massachusetts – Bee Gees
  169. Little Old Lady From Pasadena – Jan & Dean
  170. Little Past Little Rock – Lee Ann Womack
  171. Little Rock – Reba McEntire
  172. Little Rock – Collin Raye
  173. Lodi – Creedence Clearwater Revival
  174. London – Third Eye Blind
  175. London Bridge – Fergie
  176. London Calling – The Clash
  177. London Town – Pau McCartney & Wings
  178. London’s Burning – The Clash
  179. Long Haired Lover From Liverpool – Little Jimmy Osmond
  180. Louisiana Man – Doug Kershaw
  181. Louisiana Saturday Night – Mel McDaniel
  182. Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man – Loretta Lynn & Conway Twitty
  183. Luckenbach, Texas – Waylon Jennings
  184. Malibu – Hole
  185. Marina Del Rey – George Strait
  186. Marrakesh Express – Crosby Stills & Nash
  187. Maybe It Was Memphis – Pam Tillis
  188. Meet Me In Montana – Dan Seals & Marie Osmond
  189. Meet Me In St. Louis – Judy Garland
  190. Memphis – Chuck Berry
  191. Memphis – Johnny Rivers
  192. Memphis Blues – WC Handy
  193. Memphis Blues – Doc Watson
  194. Memphis In The Meantime – John Hiatt
  195. Mendocino – Sir Douglas Quintet
  196. Mexicali Blues – The Grateful Dead
  197. Miami – Will Smith
  198. Miami, My Amy – Keith Whitley
  199. Miami Vice Theme – Jan Hammer (Miami Vice TV Series)
  200. Midnight In Montgomery – Alan Jackson
  201. Midnight In Moscow – Kenny Ball & His Jazzmen
  202. Midnight Train To Georgia – Gladys Knight & The Pips
  203. Mill Valley – Miss Abrams & The Strawberry Point 4th Grade Class
  204. Mississippi Moon – John Anderson
  205. Mississippi Queen – Mountain
  206. Mississippi Squirrel Revival – Ray Stevens
  207. Montego Bay – Bobby Bloom
  208. Monterey – Animals
  209. Mull of Kyntire – Paul McCartney & Wings
  210. My Home’s In Alabama – Alabama
  211. My Kind of Town – Frank Sinatra (Chicago)
  212. My Old Kentucky Home – traditional
  213. Nashville – Liz Phair
  214. Nashville Cats – Lovin’ Spoonful
  215. Nebraska – Bruce Springsteen
  216. New Orleans – Gary U.S. Bonds
  217. New York Mining Disaster 1941 (Have You Seen My Wife, Mr. Jones) – Bee Gees
  218. New York Minute – Don Henley
  219. New York, New York – Frank Sinatra 
  220. New York State of Mind – Billy Joel
  221. Next Plane To London – Rose Garden
  222. Next Plane To London – They Might Be Giants
  223. Night Chicago Died – Paper Lace
  224. Night The Lights Went Out In Georgia – Reba McEntire
  225. Night The Lights Went Out In Georgia – Vicki Lawrence
  226. North To Alaska – Johnny Horton
  227. Oh Atlanta – Little Feat
  228. Ohio – Crosby Stills Nash & Young
  229. Okie From Muskogee – Merle Haggard
  230. Old Cape Cod – Patti Page
  231. Omaha – Moby Grape
  232. On a Bus To St. Cloud – Trisha Yearwood
  233. One Night in Bangkok – Murray Head
  234. Only Living Boy In New York – Simon & Garfunkel
  235. Paint Me A Birmingham – Tracy Lawrence
  236. Panama – Van Halen
  237. Passage To Bangkok – Rush
  238. Philadelphia – Neil Young
  239. Philadelphia Freedom – Elton John
  240. Please Come To Boston – Dave Loggins 
  241. Point Me In The Direction of Albuquerque – Partridge Family
  242. Poor People of Paris – Les Baxter
  243. Portland Oregon – Loretta Lynn & Jack White
  244. Private Idaho – B-52’s
  245. Queen of Memphis – Confederate Railroad
  246. Reno – Doug Supernaw
  247. Reno – Dottie West
  248. Reno Bound – Southern Pacific
  249. Rio – Duran Duran
  250. Rivers Of Babylon – Boney M
  251. Rivers Of Babylon – Sublime
  252. Rainy Night In Georgia – Brook Benton
  253. Rocky Mountain High – John Denver (Colorado)
  254. Rocky Road To Dublin – Dropkick Murphys
  255. Rocky Road To Dublin – Dubliners or Pogues (tradional Irish folk song)
  256. Running Back To Saskatoon – The Guess Who
  257. Saginaw, Michigan – Lefty Frizzell
  258. Salt Lake City – Beach Boys
  259. San Antonio Rose – Bob Wills
  260. San Antonio Rose – Floyd Cramer
  261. San Antonio Stroll – Tanya Tucker
  262. San Francisco – The Mowgli’s 
  263. San Francisco (Be Sure To Wear Flowers In Your Hair) – Scott McKenzie
  264. San Franciscan Nights – Animals
  265. Santa Cruz – Papa Doo Run Run
  266. Santa Cruz (You’re Not That Far) – The Thrills
  267. Santa Fe – The Bellamy Brothers
  268. Santa Monica – Everclear
  269. Sausalito Summer Night – Diesel
  270. Savannah Nights – Tom Johnston
  271. Say Goodbye To Hollywood – Billy Joel
  272. Seattle – Perry Como
  273. Shanghai Breezes – John Denver
  274. Shuffle Off To Buffalo – Hal Kemp
  275. Sidewalks of New York – Mitch Miller & The Gang
  276. Sioux City Sue – Bing Crosby
  277. Spanish Harlem – Aretha Franflin
  278. Spanish Harlem – Ben E. King
  279. St. Louis Blues – Louis Armstrong
  280. St. Louis Boogie – Pete Johnson
  281. St. Louis Gal – Bessie Smith
  282. Starkville City Jail – Johnny Cash
  283. Statesboro Blues – Allman Brothers
  284. Still In Saigon – Charlie Daniels Band
  285. Stranger In Moscow – Michael Jackson
  286. Starwood In Aspen – John Denver
  287. Streets of Bakersfield – Dwight Yoakam & Buck Owens
  288. Streets of Laredo – Marty Robbins
  289. Streets of Miami – Allan Sherman
  290. Streets of Philadelphia – Bruce Springsteen
  291. Stuck Inside of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again – Bob Dylan
  292. Summer In Berlin – Alphaville
  293. Sweet Home Alabama – Lynyrd Skynyrd
  294. Take Me Back To Chicago – Chicago
  295. Take Me Home Country Roads – John Denver (West Virginia)
  296. Tallahassee Lassie – Freddy Cannon
  297. Tell Me Something Bad About Tulsa – George Strait
  298. Tennessee Flat Top Box – Rosanne Cash
  299. Tennessee Homesick Blues – Dolly Parton
  300. Tennessee River – Alabama
  301. Tennessee Saturday Night – Red Foley
  302. Tennessee Stud – Eddy Arnold
  303. Tennessee Waltz – Patti Page
  304. Texarkana – REM
  305. Texarkana Baby – Eddy Arnold
  306. Texas In My Rear View Mirror – Mac Davis
  307. Texas Playboy Rag – Bob Wills
  308. Texas State of Mind – David Frizzell & Shelly West
  309. Texas Women – Hank Williams Jr.
  310. There Is No Arizona – Jamie O’Neal
  311. This Ain’t Dallas – Hank Williams Jr.
  312. Tijuana Taxi – Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass
  313. TSOP (The Sound of Philadelphia) – MFSB featuring The Three Degrees
  314. The Tulsa Shuffle – The Tractors
  315. Tulsa Time – Don Williams
  316. Tulsa Time – Eric Clapton
  317. Tupelo Blues – John Lee Hooker
  318. Tupelo Honey – Van Morrison
  319. Twenty-Four Hours From Tulsa – Gene Pitney
  320. Ventura Highway – America
  321. Vienna – Billy Joel
  322. Vienna – Ultravox
  323. Vienna Calling – Falco
  324. Viva Las Vegas – Elvis Presley
  325. Waking Up In Vegas – Katy Perry
  326. Walking In Memphis – Bruce Springsteen
  327. Walking In Memphis – Marc Cohn 
  328. Walking To New Orleans – Fats Domino
  329. Waltz Across Texas – Ernest Tubb
  330. Waterloo – Abba
  331. Way Down Yonder In New Orleans – Freddy Cannon
  332. We Built This City – Jefferson Starship (San Francisco)
  333. Werewolves of London – Warren Zevon
  334. What Made Milwaukee Famous – Rod Stewart
  335. What Made Milwaukee Famous (Has Made A Loser Out of Me) – Jerry Lee Lewis
  336. When It’s Spring Time In Alaska – Johnny Horton
  337. White Cross On Okinawa – Bob Wills
  338. Wichita Lineman – Glen Campbell
  339. Wild Montana Skies – John Denver & Emmylou Harris
  340. Witch Queen of New Orleans – Redbone
  341. WKRP In Cincinati (MainTheme) – Steve Carlisle (WKRP In Cincinati TV Theme)
  342. WKRP In Cincinati (Closing Theme) – Jim Ellis  (WKRP In Cincinati TV Theme)
  343. Woman from Tokyo – Deep Purple
  344. Wrong Side of Memphis – Trisha Yearwood
  345. Yellow Rose of Texas – Ernest Tubb
  346. Yellow Rose of Texas – Mitch Miller & The Gang
  347. You’re From Texas – Bob Wills
  348. You’re The Reason God Made Oklahoma – David Frizzell & Shelly West

BONUS ….. Honorable Mention:

Even though there is no city, state or country name in the title, there are several references to multiple “places” throughout the song lyrics.

  1. All Over The World – Electric Light Orchestra
  2. Dancing In The Street – David Bowie & Mick Jagger
  3. Heart of Rock & Roll – Huey Lewis & The News
  4. I’ve Been Everywhere – Hank Snow/Johnny Cash
  5. Ramblin’ Man – Allman Brothers Band
  6. Rock’n Me – Steve Miller Band
  7. Route 66 – Nat King Cole/Chuck Berry/Depeche Mode
  8. Surfin’ USA – Beach Boys
  9. This Land Is Your Land – Kingston Trio/Peter, Paul & Mary
  10. Travelin’ Man – Ricky Nelson
  11. Wanted Man – Johnny Cash
  12. Where I Come From – Alan Jackson