10 Appropriate N.J. State Song Selections

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog

New Jersey’s credit sucks as much as its tax rates, business climate and stubbornly-sluggish jobs market, Save Jerseyans, but that hasn’t stopped our legislators from wasting time debating a state song with the same obnoxiously carefree attitude that they exhibit when wasting our money, all while our family and neighbors run for the bridges.

None of their song choices are particularly appropriate. Here are ten much better suggestions from Save Jersey which, if we’re being honest (they rarely are) would make a lot more sense given the state of things in the Garden State… 

(1) Elvis Presley – I’m Movin’ On (1969)

(2) Billy Joel – Moving Out (1978)

(3) The Animals – We’ve Gotta Get Out of This Place (1965)

(4) Hank Williams – Move it On Over (1947)


(5) Young MC – Bust a Move (1989)

(6) Willie Nelson – On the Road Again (1980)

(7) Bob Seger – Against the Wind (1980)


(8) Styx – Come Sail Away (1977)

(9) The Pretenders – Pack It Up (1981)

(10) Bruce Springsteen – Born to Run (1982)

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