Music for Running - Oldies Playlist

Get Motivated With These Running Songs

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If you're looking for a new running music playlist, oldies can be a great motivating distraction. Take a run down memory lane (if you're old enough) with some of these oldies-but-goodies.

1. "Why Do Fools Fall In Love?" -- Frankie Lymon and the Teenager (1956)

2. "You Really Got Me" -- The Kinks (1964)

3. "A Hard Day's Night" -- The Beatles (1964)

4. "Can't Help Myself" -- The Four Tops (1965)

5. "I Hear A Symphony" -- The Supremes (1965)

6. "I'm A Believer" -- The Monkees (1966)

7. "Brown Eyed Girl" -- Van Morrison (1967)

8. "Gimme' Some Lovin'" -- Spencer Davis Group (1967)

9. "I Heard It Through the Grapevine" -- Marvin Gaye (1968)

10. "Dance to the Music" -- Sly & the Family Stone (1968)

11. "A Little Less Conversation" -- Elvis Presley (1968)

12. "Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye" -- Steam (1969)

13.  "Run for Your Life" -The Beatles (1965)

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