I’ve Been Everywhere may just be the full-time RVer’s National Anthem. But have you ever heard the Texas version?
Or, like us, do you believe The Road Goes On Forever But The Party Never Ends?
Don’t miss our MusicAmericana Playlist for videos of live performances from around the country!
The Ultimate RV Road Trip Playlist
We’ve been compiling our list of favorite trippin’ tunes ever since hitting the road years ago. Every time we heard cool travelin’ lyrics, trucker tunes, or just a good wheel jammin’ song, we’d jot it down. Now we’re sharing them here in this handy widget…
Browse some favorites at right to preview and download songs in the playlist. Or, scroll down for select recommendations of a few favorites and follow the links to download individual MP3s or full albums.
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Select Traveling Tune Lyrics and MP3 Downloads
The following are just a few random lyrics from songs and artists that have made us laugh or sing along as we rolled down the road. Reload the page to see more and follow links to download MP3s at Amazon!
Now I love the USA, And the other states
Ahh, they’re OK… Texas is the place I wanna be
And I don’t care if I ever go to Delaware anyway
Cause we got Stubbs, and Gruene Hall and Antone’s,
and John T’s Country Store
We’ve got Willie and Jacky Jack, Robert Earl, Pat,
Cory, Charlie and me… And so many more.
So screw you, we’re from Texas
Mystic highway that I’m on
Ooh ooh, take me home
Mystic highway that I ramble
Ooh ooh take me home.
This old road has been my lifeline,
My companion and my friend.
Like a rope around the universe,
Ain’t no beginning, ain’t no end.
I’m a rollin’ stone all alone and lost
For a life of sin I have paid the cost
When I pass by all the people say
Just another guy on the lost highway
Just a deck of cards and a jug of wine
And a woman’s lies makes a life like mine
O the day we met, I went astray
I started rolling down that lost highway
I was just a lad and nearly twenty-two
Neither good nor bad, just a kid like you
And now I’m lost, too late to pray
Lord, I’ve paid the cost on the lost highway
Quit your job… an’ hit the road…
See the world… an’ have some fun…
Go fishin’… every mornin’…
An’ take in… that risin’ sun…
Sleep all day… fuck the world…
Crank some Hank… an’ Johnny Cash…
Buy some bullets… shoot some guns…
Fill’er up… an’ burn some gas…
Spend what’s left… on some good times…
I don’t need… no fancy grave…
Just spread my ashes on the highway…
Because it’s my… fav…rite… place…
SiriusXM Satellite Radio
We love our XM SatelliteRadio! Without it, we’d be stuck listening to classic rock, news talk and religious programming in many parts of the country. A few of our favorite stations are listed belowâ€”which may indicate our rather varied taste in music.
- Underground Garage | xm21
- 1st Wave | xm33
- 80s on 8 | xm8
- Ozzy’s Boneyard | xm38
- Margaritaville | xm24
- Grateful Dead | xm23
- NPR Now | xm122
- Spa | xm68
- Chill | xm53
Below are links to some great radio stations we’ve found around the dial and on the web during our travels…
- KHSU 90.5 â€“ Arcata, CA: Humboldt State University’s public radio station. Saturday night’s we’ll often tune in online to Alternative Therapy.
- KNBT 92.1 â€“ New Braunfels, TX: Roots and Branches of Americana, Country, Folk & Blues.
- KRTS 93.5 â€“ Marfa, TX: Public Radio For Far West Texas
- KGHR 91.3 â€“ Tuba City, AZ: As we drove through the Navajo Nation, this station was playing an eclectic mix of traditional Native American music and old cowboy songs.
- KUVO Jazz 89.3 â€“ Denver, CO: All Jazz, all the time. This is one of the few all jazz public radio stations left in the U.S. Awesome music for your various moods, 24/7.
- KUWR 91.9 â€“ Laramie, WY: Wyoming Public Radio that can be received when staying at the Devil’s Tower KOA.
- Radio Mike 96.3 FM â€“ Pirate radio at it’s finest, broadcasting intermittently from Slab City.
- Colorado Experimental Radio â€“ Spreading the eclectic and beautiful sounds of the Colorado experimental electronic music scene. (Tuned in from the Rockies above Steamboat Springs while boondocking at the confluence of the North and Middle Forks of the Elk River.
- GDRadio.Net â€“ An all time favorite for streaming Grateful Dead, all the time.
- Cowboy Cultural Society â€“ KPIG in Freedom, CA streams country classics and old timey music, a staple for our travels through the Southwest, Rocky Mountains and cattle country.
Got Any Favorite Travelin’ Tunes?
Have missed anything? What gets you hummin’ when your wheels start spinnin’?
Leave a comment below with your favorite road trippin’ songs, or provide links to cool local/internet radio stations and we’ll consider adding them to our list.