Cars Movie Songs

Top 15 Music in Cars Movie Scenes

This is a list of some of the greatest movie scenes featuring characters singing songs while in/on vehicles. Just try to keep from singing along at your desk.

Everyone loves music. Everyone loves movies. And everyone loves cars. Mash them all together and what do you have?


But rather than just list a bunch of great car songs or music playing in car movie, this is a list of some of the greatest movie scenes featuring characters singing songs while in/on vehicles. Just try to keep from singing along at your desk.

Great Outdoors – Yakety Yak – John Candy plays a mean air sax.

Step Brothers – Sweet Child of Mine by Guns ‘N’ Roses – Nice vibrato, buddy!

Cheech and Chong Up in Smoke – Low Rider by War – Take a Little Trip

Dumb and Dumber – Mockingbird – Si!

Men in Black – Promised Land – Elvis is NOT dead, son.

Almost Famous – Tiny Dancer by Elton John – We’ll see you all in 1974!

Ferris Beuhler’s Day Off – Danke Schon/ Twist and Shout by The Beatles – Now THAT’S a parade!

Jerry Maguire – Free Fallin’ by Tom Petty – We’ve all sang this at the top of our lungs

The Big Lebowski – Looking Out My Back Door by Creedence Clearwater Revival (CCR) – The Dude drives…badly.

Rush Hour – War by Edwin Starr – What is it good for? Huh!

Planes, Trains and Automobiles – Mess Around by Ray Charles – This time, John Candy plays a little dashboard piano.

Tommy Boy – Superstar by The Carpenters – I can live with it if you can.

Baby Driver – Is he slow?

Parenthood – Diarreha song – Gross, but great.

Waynes World – Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen – The G.O.A.T. Ever. Don’t bang your head on anything.

This is far from a definitive list, so let us know what songs we are missing by commenting below.

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