Top 10 Train Songs – Train in the Song TitleMatt Campbell

Out top 10 trains songs are for those who are planning train themed parties or for those who just love trains as much as we do.  Who doesn’t love the model train that goes under the Christmas tree, or the one that travels around the kid’s room, or the one that is set-up in the basement that has a full town scene with people, trees, churches, general store, park with ice skating rink and much more.  No it doesn’t need to be Midnight to listen to these songs.  No you don’t need to be crazy either.  You don’t need to be in love too.  All you need to be is a person who likes trains as much as we do.  Think we should add a popular song?  Comment it in at the bottom comments section.

#10 Take The ‘A’ Train – Duke Ellington
Released in 1941
Genre – Big Band

#9 Train in Vain – The Clash
Released in 1980
Genre – Rock

#8 Long Train Runnin’ – The Doobie Brothers
Released in 1973
Genre – Rock

#7 C’mon N’ Ride It (The Train) – Quad City DJs
Released in 1995
Genre – Hip Hop

#6 Love Train – The O’Jays
Released in 1972
Genre – R&B

#5 Midnight Train To Georgia – Gladys Knight & the Pips
Released in 1973
Genre – R&B

#4 Runaway Train – Soul Asylum
Released in 1993
Genre – Rock

#3 Zion Train – Bob Marley
Released in 1980
Genre – Reggae

#2 Crazy Train – Ozzy Osbourne
Released in 1980
Genre – Rock

#1 Long Black Train – Josh Turner
Released in 2003
Genre – Country

Honorable Mentioned:

  • Train, Train – Blackfoot
  • Slow Train – Bob Dylan
  • Last Train to Clarksville – The Monkees
  • Mystery Train – Elvis Presley
  • Rock N Roll Train – AC/DC
  • Morning Train (Nine to Five) – Sheena Easton
  • Downtown Train – Rod Stewart
  • Stop This Train – John Mayer
  • Last Train To London – ELO (Electric Light Orchestra)
  • We also have to mention the rock band Train.  Their #1 viewed song on YouTube: Drive By.
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