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"Look how far we've come, look how far, A car, a car, my kingdom for a car !

Phil Ochs. Turn it way up !

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z0MCoQkVEjs

So many options, Mav.

The Haircut Song?

Ahab the Arab?

It's Me Again, Margaret?

[Personal favorite was Shriner's Convention, though I'm not sure it violated any PC sanctimonies.]

I'd say he's most famous for "Ahab the Arab."

'End of the Line' is a fav. I even got the family to work up a rendition to offer at mom's rest home for her 93rd. 'I've Been Everywhere' was a fav when I was in 4th grade and had been hardly anywhere. Two of my favorite road songs aren't songs, they're instrumentals. I used to do more driving, and needed a high octane fuel for the spirit. Fast paced bluegrass tunes are good for such, but here are two non-bluegrass nominees for high mileage driving (both by Pat Metheny):
Facing West https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yw7_WQmrzuk
Last Train Home https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sq5oqY3-vhg

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