Basically, if James Corden had a segment titled "Carpool Karaoke with Average Joes" I'd be there.
  1. "Drag Me Down" by One Direction
    There are something like 15 words in this whole song, so you can belt away without worrying about what comes next. Bonus points for nailing Harry's riffs at the end.
  2. "Stronger" by Britney Spears
    Perhaps the less famous of the "Stronger" anthems, but so satisfying. Best line to belt :: "my loneliness ain't killin' me no more"
  3. "Come What May" by Ewan McGregor/Nicole Kidman (Moulin Rouge)
    Great if you have a partner in crime to take the part you're not singing.
  4. "Livin' On A Prayer" by Bon Jovi
    Because Bon Jovi.
  5. "Wrecking Ball" by Miley Cyrus
    The only Miley song I've ever listened to on repeat. Perfect for post work stress relief.
  6. "Damn Regret" by Red Jumpsuit Apparatus
    There are a lot of words to this song, so you have to be on your A game. There's an excellent payoff when you get to the chorus though!
  7. "Danger Zone" by Kenny Loggins
    This is the legacy of a high school obsession with the Top Gun soundtrack.
  8. "Take Me To Church" by Hozier
    I really can't explain why this song is so attractive to me, but I love it and I will sing it loudly and unapologetically.
  9. "Need You Now" by Lady Antebellum
    Great harmonies = you can pick a different part every time! It's a win-win.
  10. The whole Les Miserables soundtrack
    Because I am a huge nerd. But really, if you need a safe place to pretend that you're in the cast of a musical (as I sometimes do), your car is pretty perfect!