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Songs About Arkansas, The Natural State


Arkansas has a few state songs: "Arkansas (You Run Deep In Me)" by Wayland Holyfield and "Oh, Arkansas" by . A former Terry Rose and Gary Klaff. A former state song was "The Arkansas Traveler" by Colonel Stanford C. Faulkner from 1949 to 1963. Themes that might appear in future songs about the state include spinach, apple blossoms, mockingbirds, and the Mississippi River. The state was the birthplace of President Clinton and Wal-Mart. Prior to becoming a state, Arkansas was part of the French Louisiana Territory and was named after a Sioux word for "downstream place." One of the top attractions is Hot Springs National Park. Route 49 runs through the state and has been the subject of blues songs.

Texarkana by R.E.M.
Arkansas Traveler by Pete Seeger, also Chet Atkins
Arkansas Fight Song by The University of Arkansas Razorback Marching Band
Arkansas by Eva Ware Barnett
Mary Queen of Arkansas by Bruce Springsteen
Arkansas by Glen Campbell
When Electricity Came To Arkansas by Black Oak Arkansas
Arkansas by Roger Miller
Arkansas by Elvin Bishop
Arkansas Line by Elvin Bishop
The Last of the Arkansas Greyhounds by Leo Kottke
Arkansas Dave by George Strait
Arkansas Killing Time by The Pine Box Boys
Here In Arkansas by Robert Earl Keen
Arkansas State Prison by Bobby Wommack
Girl From Arkansas by Rod Picott
Back To Arkansas by Tom Goss
The State of Arkansas by Jimmy Durante
Arkansas Diamond by Bill Kirchen
East Arkansas Shout by Sammie Lewis
Arkansas Chrome by Jesse Dayton
A Robot Plane Flies Over Arkansas by Tony Trischka
Rebel/Arkansas Traveler by Tin Cup Prophette
Arkansas Coal by Lee Hazelwood & Nancy Sinatra
Leaving Arkansas by Josh Moore
Arkansas River by Oakhurst
When Panthers Roamed in Arkansas by Kate Campbell
Brand New Arkansas Traveler by Alex Bevan
Arkansas Rain by Jeremy Steding
Aekansas Ramble by Mary Flower









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