Ready to Run Country Playlist

Created by: Dimity

"A couple disclaimers: I--Dimity--realize Sting isn't country, but in his excellent song 'Fill Her Up' he mentions a V-8 engine, which is good enough for me; you need to put this on 'shuffle' so you don't get too many Dixie Chicks in a row (if there is such a thing); our 1995  Toyota 4-Runner is named Old Black, in tribute to Mr. Lovett's 'The Truck Song'; after hearing 'Mean,'  I'll never say another mean word about Taylor Swift (although why is she on so many magazine covers?); this list is exactly 2 hours long, which is my goal time for Saturday; and the song 'A Good Day to Run' will forever be on my playlist."

Ready To Run: Dixie Chicks
Long Time Gone: Dixie Chicks
There's Your Trouble: Dixie Chicks
I've Been Everywhere: Johnny Cash
Days Go By: Keith Urban
The Truck Song: Lyle Lovett
L.A. County: Lyle Lovett
Travelin' Light: Robert Earl Keen
Stuck Like Glue: Sugarland
You Belong With Me: Taylor Swift
Mean: Taylor Swift
Beer for My Horses: Toby Keith & Willie Nelson
I'm In a Hurry (And Don't Know Why): Alabama
Standing Outside the Fire: The Country Dance Kings (A Garth Brooks song)
Fill Her Up: Sting
This Is Us: Mark Knopfler And Emmylou Harris
Lover, Lover: Jerrod Niemann
The Race Is On: Sawyer Brown
The Road Goes On Forever: Robert Earl Keen
Wild At Heart: Gloriana
If You're Going Through Hell (Before the Devil Even Knows): Rodney Atkins
I'm from the Country: Tracy Byrd
Wait So Long: Trampled by Turtles
These Are My People : Rodney Atkins
Down In Mississippi (Up to No Good): Sugarland
Speed of Life: Sugarland
Wave On Wave: Pat Green
Happy Girl: Martina McBride
Pretender: The JaneDear Girls
A Good Day to Run: Darryl Worley
Party for Two: Shania Twain & Billy Currington
Creepin' In: Norah Jones (and Dolly P.)
That Don’t Impress Me: Shania Twain
Get Rhythm: Johnny Cash


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