Summer of Miles: A Playlist for Your Summer Driving

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Summer of Miles: A Playlist for Your Summer Driving

It’s Summertime and your living may be easy or, like the rest of us, you’re still working for a living. If you’re out on the road, watching the white paint slide by, we have the perfect playlist to help while the miles away.

Whether you’re into modern pop, classic rock or some alt-indie. The MileIQ Summer of Miles playlist has it all. So press play, “adjust the bass and let the alpine blast.”

Get the MileIQ Summer of Miles playlist here:


MileIQ Summer of Miles playlist – 43 songs, 3 hr 10 min

Thousand Miles – Tove Lo
I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles) – The Proclaimers
Many the Miles – Sara Bareilles
93 Million Miles – Jason Mraz
I Can See For Miles – The Who
A Thousand Miles – Vanessa Carlton
A Thousand Miles From Nowhere – Dwight Yoakam
Miles From Nowhere – Cat Stevens
A Million Miles Away – Rihanna
500 Miles – The Hooters
Miles and Miles – Chanel West Coast
Two Miles An Hour – Ludacris
Million Miles – Kylie Minogue
Miles Away – Madonna
500 Miles – Peter, Paul and Mary
100 Miles – Blake Shelton
Miles Ahead – Miles Davis
1000 Miles Per Hour – OK Go
Miles Away – Winger
3,000 Miles – Tracy Chapman
1000 Miles – Dwight Yoakam
99 Miles from L.A. – Julio Iglesias
60 Miles An Hour – New Order
2000 Miles – 2007 Remastered Version – Pretenders
20.000 Miles Over The Sea – Enigma
Miles Away – Years Around The Sun
Miles and Miles of Texas – Asleep At The Wheel
10,000 Miles – Mary Chapin Carpenter
Million Miles – Bonnie Raitt
After Many Miles – The Ghost of Paul Revere
40 Miles from Denver – Yonder Mountain String Band
Million Miles – Bob Dylan
100 Miles From Memphis – Sheryl Crow
Miles’ Mode – John Coltrane Quartet
100 Miles and Runnin’ – Edited – N.W.A.
How Many Miles Must We March – Ben Harper
Ten Miles Back – The Crystal Method
Milestones – Charlie Parker

Know some songs about miles we missed? This is a Spotify Collaborative Playlist so you can add tunes too! We’d love to hear miles more songs. 🙂

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