Transit Tunes: Songs to Celebrate Feet
When all else fails, we can travel the oldest of old-fashioned ways: By foot. Almost every route involves at least a few steps. And the feeling of facing the wind—whether standing in the middle of a crosswalk or atop a mountain—is awesome. That's probably why we found so many songs about walking, past every point, on any given journey.
Starting your journey: Frank Turner, "The Road"
Losing your way: Patsy Cline, "Walking After Midnight"
Regaining your focus: The Nightwatchman, "The Road I Must Travel"
Finding your stride: Katrina and the Waves, "Walking on Sunshine"
Finally heading home: Johnny Cash, "I've Been Everywhere"
This post is part of the GOOD community's 50 Building Blocks of Citizenship—weekly steps to being an active, engaged global citizen. This week: Walk 30 Minutes a Day. Follow along and join the conversation at good.is/citizenship and on Twitter at #goodcitizen.