Running Up That Hill


At the end of the month my sister will take part in the 2009 Cork City Women’s Mini-Marathon, a mini-marathon for women that will take place in Cork city this year. I believe this is her first mini-marathon, though she did complete a lenghty bike trip a few years ago. I don’t know where she finds all the time as she also has to take care of one big fellow and two small fellas every day. She’s also going to college and is, I think, doing a night course. It’s hard to keep up with her. Her are a few tunes for you, Úna, to help you get over the finishing line on the 27th. All the songs should help you on your journey and, in case you forget what you’re doing, many of them are also about running and being out on the road

A Mini-Marathon Mix

01 Born to Run – Bruce Springsteen & the E-Street Band

02 Runaway – Del Shannon

03 Keep on Running – The Spencer Davis Group

04 Roadrunner – Jonathan Richman

05 Running – Fred

06 Keep The Car Running – Arcade Fire

07 Run – Amy MacDonald

08 Running In The Family – Level 42

09 Runnin’ Away – Sly & the Family Stone

10 Band On The Run – Wings

11 Long May You Run – Neil Young

12 Running On Empty – Jackson Browne

13 On The Road Again – Willie Nelson

14 Road To Nowhere – Talking Heads

15 Where The Streets Have No Name – U2

16 Gonna Fly Now (Theme From Rocky) – Bill Conti

17 Hey Ya! – OutKast

18 Ooh La La – Goldfrapp

19 One Way Or Another (Buddy Holly cover) – Blondie

20 I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles) – The Proclaimers

21 Footloose – Kenny Loggins

22 A Little Less Conversation – Elvis Presley

23 My Favourite Game – The Cardigans

24 The Passenger – Iggy Pop

25 Move It – Cliff Richard & the Shadows

26 Go Your Own Way – Fleetwood Mac

27 Don’t Stop – Fleetwood Mac

28 Don’t Stop Me Now – Queen

29 Don’t Stop Believin’ – Journey

30 Don’t stop til you get enough – Michael Jackson


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