Well if you ever plan to motor west Just take my way that is the highway that is the best. Get your kicks on Route 66 Well it winds from Chicago to . More than 2000 miles all the way Get your kicks on Route 66. Well goes from St. Louie down to Missouri Oklahoma City looks oh so pretty You will see Amarillo and Gallup, New Mexico Flagstaff, Arizona, don't forget Winona Kingman, Barstow, San Bernardino Would you get hip to this kindly tip And go take that California trip Get your kicks on Route 66. More on Genius. A popular blues song written by Bobby Troup in 1946, made recorded by the Nat King Cole Trio the same year, and inspired many artists along with the Stone, from there on out. The lyrics are a sort of guide through some cities and towns through Route 66. Bobby Troup in 1970, playing SSGT Gorman in the MASH film. Nat King Cole, holding a cigarette.
(Get Your Kicks on) Route 66" is a popular rhythm and blues standard, composed in 1946 by American songwriter Bobby Troup. The song uses a twelve-bar blues arrangement and the lyrics follow the path of . Route 66 (US 66), which traversed the western two-thirds of the . from Chicago, Illinois, to Los Angeles, California. Nat King Cole, with the King Cole Trio, first recorded the song the same year and it became a hit, appearing on Billboard magazine's R&B and pop charts.
In truth, the hard times were harder than almost anyone except his wife knows, and more desperate, and more frightening, up to the point of uld-I-die, with him favoring the latter. His self-titled first album toed the country line fairly well and led to his first Number One single in the . the (perhaps) panderingly titled But for the Grace of God. Ever since then, however, he’s steadily expanded not only his own boundaries but also the genre’s, bringing to bear influences ranging from Dire Straits to Fleetwood Mac to Bruce Springsteen to Meat Loaf, rocking pretty hard throughout.
Lyrics to "Route 66" song by The Rolling Stones: Well if you ever plan to motor west Just take my way that's the highway that's the best Get your k. .
Route 66" was one of the best songs on the Rolling Stones' debut album, and one of their most popular in-concert numbers on their early tours. They cut a raw, faster live version in March 1965 that ended up on the Got Live If You Want It! EP in the UK and the December's Children album in the States, and other live concert and BBC versions of the song from the mid-1960s circulate on bootlegs.