i need songs to burn to cd?

i need some good, upbeat country songs to burn to a cd for a road trip. i will give a 5 star best answer to the person with the most songs that haven't already been listed! thanks a bunch

Update:

i just got a new laptop cuz my other one fried and i didn't get my music off. i didn't ask where to find song i need names. 'upbeat & country'

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  • GiGi
    Lv 5
    1 decade ago
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    MODERN COUNTRY :)

    Holler Back ~ Lost Trailers

    Waitin' on a Women ~ Brad Paisley

    She Wouldn't be Gone ~ Blake Shelton

    Livin' Our Love Song ~ Jason Michael Carrol

    Wave on Wave ~ Pat Green

    Austin ~ Blake Shelton

    Boondocks ~ Little Big Town

    Put a Girl in It ~ Brooks n Dunn

    Shiftwork ~ Kenny Chesney / George Strait

    Hell Yeah ~ Montgomery Gentry

    Ticks ~ Brad Paisley

    No Reins ~ Rascal Flatts

    Watching You ~ Rodney Atkins

    Right Where I Need to Be ~ Gary Allan

    I've Got My Game On ~ Trace Adkins

    Mud on the Tires ~ Brad Paisley

    Another Try - Josh Turner/Trisha Yearwood

    Back When I Knew It All - Montgomery Gentry

    Better As A Memory - Kenny Chesney

    Cleaning This Gun (Come On In Boy) - Rodney Atkins

    Country Man - Luke Bryan

    Watching Airplanes ~ Gary Allan

    Do You Believe Me Now - Jimmy Wayne

    Don't Blink - Kenny Chesney

    Don't Think I Don't Think About It - Darius Rucker

    Every Day - Rascal Flatts

    Every Other Weekend - Reba McEntire/Kenny Chesney

    Everybody - Keith Urban

    Firecracker - Josh Turner

    Get My Drink On - Toby Keith

    God Must Be Busy - Brooks & Dunn

    Good Time - Alan Jackson

    Gunpowder & Lead - Miranda Lambert

    Holler Back - Lost Trailers

    Home - Blake Shelton

    I Saw God Today - George Strait

    I Still Miss You - Keith Anderson

    I'm Still A Guy - Brad Paisley

    International Harvester - Craig Morgan

    It Ain't No Crime - Joe Nichols

    It's Good to be Us ~ Bucky Covington

    Kristofferson - Tim McGraw

    Just Got Started Lovin' You - James Otto

    Laughed Until We Cried - Jason Aldean

    Learning How To Bend - Gary Allan

    Letter to Me - Brad Paisley

    Love Don't Live Here - Lady Antebellum

    Love Is A Beautiful Thing - Phil Vassar

    A Different World, Bucky Covington

    Free And Easy (Down The Road I Go), Dierks Bentley

    Long Trip Alone, Dierks Bentley

    A Woman's Love, Alan Jackson

    Because Of You, Reba McEntire Duet With Kelly Clarkson

    Firecracker, Josh Turner

    How 'Bout Them Cowgirls, George Strait

    Alyssa Lies, Jason Michael Carroll

    I'll Wait For You, Joe Nichols

    Moments, Emerson Drive

    Don't Blink, Kenny Chesney

    Ladies Love Country Boys, Trace Adkins

    All My Friends Say, Luke Bryan

    Take Me There, Rascal Flatts

    Stay, Sugarland

    Watching You, Rodney Atkins

    If You're Reading This, Tim McGraw

    More Than A Memory, Garth Brooks

    CLASSIC COUNTRY :)

    Deeper Than the Holler~ Randy Travis

    I'm No Stranger to the Rain~ Keith Whitley

    If Tomorrow Never Comes~ Garth Brooks

    Eighteen Wheels and a Dozen Roses~ Kathy Mattea

    Baby Blue ~ George Strait

    Don't Close Your Eyes ~ Keith Whitley

    When You Say Nothing at All ~ Keith Whitley

    Forever and Ever, Amen ~ Randy Travis

    The Weekend ~ Steve Wariner

    Fishin' in the Dark ~ Nitty Gritty Dirt Band

    Born to Boogie ~ Hank Williams Jr

    On the Other Hand ~ Randy Travis

    Guitars, Cadillacs ~ Dwight Yoakam

    Country Boy ~ Ricky Skaggs

    Roll On (Eighteen Wheeler) ~ Alabama

    Right or Wrong ~ George Strait

    All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over Tonight ~ hank Williams Jr

    Swingin ~ John Anderson

    Stranger in My House ~ Ronnie Milsap

    Pancho and Lefty ~ Willie Nelson and Merle Haggard

    I Wouldn't Have Missed It For the World ~ Ronnie Milsap

    Mountain Music ~ Alabama

    I Love a Rainy Night ~ Eddie Rabbitt

    Elvira ~ The Oak Ridge Boys

    All My Rowdy Friends (Have Settled Down) ~ Hank Williams Jr

    My Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys~ Willie Nelson

    Drivin' My Life Away ~ Eddie Rabbitt

    Lookin' for Love ~ Johnny Lee

    Coca Cola Cowboy ~ Mel Tillis

    The Devil Went Down to Georgia ~ Charlie Daniels

    Suspicions ~ Eddie Rabbitt

    The Gambler ~ Kenny Rogers

    It Was Almost Like a Song ~ Ronnie Milsap

    Margaritaville ~ Jimmy Buffett

    Good Hearted Woman ~ Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson

    El Paso City Marty Robbins

    Before the Next Teardrop Falls ~ Freddy Fender

    Thank God I'm a Country Boy ~ John Denver

    Rhinestone Cowboy ~ Glen Cambell

    Convoy ~ C. W. McCall

    Behind Closed Doors ~ Charlie Rich

    What’s Your Mama’s Name ~ Tanya Tucker

    Rocky Mountain High ~ John Denver

    Baby, Don't Get Hooked on Me ~ Mac Davis

    Delta Dawn ~ Tanya Tucker

    Help Me Make It Through the Night ~ Sammi Smith

    Kiss an Angel Good Mornin’ ~ Charley Pride

    Mr. Bojangles ~ Nitty Gritty Dirt Band

    It's Just a Matter of Time ~ Sonny James

    Hello Darlin' ~ Conway Twitty

    Coal Miner's Daughter ~ Loretta Lynn

    Everything is Beautiful ~ Ray Stevens

    Galveston ~ Glen Campbell

    A Boy Named Sue ~ Johnny Cash

    Okie from Muskogee ~ Merle Haggard

    Harper Valley PTA ~ Jeannie C. Riley

    Stand by Your Man ~ Tammy Wynette

    Flowers on the Wall ~ The Statler Brothers

    That's What You Get For Loving Me ~ Waylon Jennings

    King of the Road ~ Roger Miller

    Make the World Go Away ~ Eddy Arnold

    The Ballad of Ira Hayes ~ Johnny Cash

    It Ain't Me Babe ~ Johnny Cash and June Carter

    The Race Is On ~ George Jones

    Welcome To My World ~ Jim Reeves

    The Ballad of Jed Clampett ~ Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs

    Act Naturally ~ Buck Owens

    Ring of Fire ~ Johnny Cash

  • 1 decade ago

    Save a Horse Ride a Cowboy

    I Love This Bar

    My Maria

    Mrs. Steven Ruby

    Boot Scootin' Boogie

    Play Something Country

    Did I shave my Legs for This?

    Goodbye Earl

    White Trash Wedding

    Friends in Low Places

    Nothing on but the Radio

    Redneck Women

    Tequila Makes Her Clothes Fall Off

    What's a Guy Gotta Do

    Nothin' to Lose

  • 1 decade ago

    All I want to do, County line, everyday america, Settlin', happy ending, mean girls, want to, it happens, we run, Take me as I am, Genevieve, Steve Earl, operation working vacation, come on get higher(cover), irreplaceable(cover), Something More, Baby Girl, Down in Mississippi, (Up to No Good), Speed of Life, by Sugarland they are amazing!!!!!!! or Little Big Town has good upbeat songs too like Good as gone, boondocks, Bones, a little more you, fine line, I'm with the band. and lookin' for a good time by Lady antebellum is also good.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    A personal favorite of mine is Into the Night by Santana, but that's about all the country I listen to. I really do love that song though, you should get it.

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  • 3 years ago

    you won't be able of undo. it relatively is different from a floppy disk that "burns" each and every time you upload or delete something. till you have a rewritable disk, those songs are on there for solid. it relatively is often solid to double verify what you're burning because you won't be able of undo it.

  • 1 decade ago

    just pick songs you like

    we don't know your taste in music.

    go through your itunes or whatever and choose fun roadtrip songs..

  • 1 decade ago

    flo rida :D - low :))

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