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These 34 songs make up the ultimate Ford Bronco playlist

Ford has created a playlist specifically for Bronco enthusiasts.

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Whether you're hitting the trails or simply enjoying a bit of sunshine in your day while out on the open road, there's a song featuring a Ford Bronco that you'll be able to play while driving your 2021 Ford Bronco or Bronco Sport.

Scroll down to see them all.

Ford's Archives and Heritage Brand Manager Ted Ryan has put together a playlist of the songs on Spotify for one-stop shopping.

"She Get Me High" by Luke Bryan

"Daddy Made the Dollars - Momma Made the Sense" by Doug Supernaw

"Birdman Kicked My Ass" by Wesley Willis

"Bronco" by Canaan Smith

"May We All" by Florida Georgia Line

"Same Old Song" by Blake Shelton

"Cosmic Cowboy (Part 1)" by Nitty Gritty Dirt Band

"Genuine Article" by Kid Rock

"Flipmode Enemy #1" by Rampage

"My Ol' Bronco" by Luke Bryan

"Back in the Saddle" by Aerosmith

"Don't Matter" by Akon

"Drive (For Daddy Gene)" by Alan Jackson

"We Are Tonight" by Billy Currington

"Bubbly" by Colbie Cailiat

"Isn't That Everything" by Danielle Peck

""Lovin' You is Fun" by Eastern Corbin

"Cruise" by Florida Georgia Line

"Hold Me (ft. Tobymac)" by Jamie Grace

"Stay Gone" by Jimmy Wayne

"Up All Night" by Jon Pardi

"Nothin' to Lose" by Josh Gracin

"My Life Would Suck Without You" by Kelly Clarkson

"How Country Feels" by Randy Houser

"Runnin' Out of Midnight" by Randy Houser

"Take Me There" by Rascal Flatts

"By the Way" by Red Hot Chili Peppers

"So" by Static-X

"The One" by Tamar Braxton

"Heartbeat" by The Fray

"Don't Cha" by The Pussycat Dolls and Busta Rhymes

"Big Love" by Tracy Byrd

"That Don't Sound Like You" by Lee Brice

"Confident" by Demi Lovato

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