10 Songs Perfect For A Girl's Road Trip​
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10 Songs That Are Perfect For A Girl's Road Trip​

Songs to sing to with your BFF's this season.

10 Songs That Are Perfect For A Girl's Road Trip​
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It's starting to warm up and car rides with the windows down and music up are starting to happen. The most important parts of these trips are obviously music choices. Here are 10 songs you need to have on your girl's road trip playlist.

1. "Picture To Burn" - Taylor Swift 


The classic Taylor Swift song from our tweens. It's a great song to start off with and get everyone pumped.

2. "Sucker" - Jonas Brothers


They're back and of course we still love them. The band's newest hit, of course, needs to be on the list.

3. "Say It" - Flume


To add a little bit of the dance party to the car, this song will help for sure.

4. "Shout Out To My Ex" - Little Mix


Just like Picture To Burn, Shout Out To My Ex is another jam that any girl could rock out to on a drive.

5. "Sk8er Boi" - Avril Lavigne


Who doesn't love singing this song with their girlfriends?

6. "Super Bass" - Nicki Minaj


Another jam from our tween years, if you weren't a 6th grader who knew all the words to this were you living under a rock?

7. "break up with your girlfriend, i'm bored" - Ariana Grande


Kinda a controversial song but hey it's super catchy and fun to sing.

8. "7 rings" - Ariana Grande


7 Rings will put everyone in a mood to be independent.

9. "Sue Me" - Sabrina Carpenter 


Also a super girl power song that anyone will sing shout out the window.

10. "Life Is A Highway" - Rascal Flatts 


Obviously, couldn't forget this beautiful classic.

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