Top 10 Best Train Songs
This was always my favorite ever since my mom showed it to me. I didn't know it would be first. I know all the lyrics to it. I just love it so much. Here I will sing some.
Your lipstick stains on the front door of my left side brains, I knew I wouldn't forget, and so I would have let you blow my mind.
Was that good or what?
Need I explain? If you've heard the song, then you know how awesome it is. Love it. It's great to dance to and a classic. The guy's voice goes really well with the music. It's an amazing song. Listen to it. Love it a lot.
I love this song because when I was younger, that was the only song I really knew. It was my favorite song. I love the video with it. I memorized it, and then my brother learned it, and it became his favorite...
Great song. My best friend recently died and I would like to think he's still around somewhere in the universe. I cannot listen to this song without tearing up. Train recently performed at a conference I attended, and I waited all night to hear them perform Drops of Jupiter. Right before they sang it, my friends - who had never heard of Train - told me they felt ill and needed to leave. Since I was driving, I left with them. As we were walking out, I heard the distinctive opening words, and I never wanted to kill someone like I did them. Not to worry - I'm going to see them next month, and I will finally experience them performing my all-time favorite song.
The best song that Train has ever made. There are many close songs, but this has got to be the best. It has actual music in it instead of the pop crap that is currently popular. Unfortunately, Train has recently become a pop band instead of rock. Call me crazy for being 13 and enjoying rock from the sixties, seventies, and eighties, but this is the kind of music I listen to. I am well aware that this was published in 2001, but, as I said earlier, this song uses real instruments in it and real talent.
I used to think Soul Sister was the best. Then I heard this. I'm learning it on guitar asap. It's one of the best songs I've EVER heard. As soon as it starts, my foot begins to tap. You just have to get up and dance. It also has a great meaning in the lyrics.
Just saw Train in an outdoor concert last night! They sound BETTER live, if that's possible. They are a humble band - so cool to see in this day and age! Focusing on gratitude and not greed is what their lead singer said.
The best song I've heard. I like this song like crazy. A song with amazing music and a beautiful story. This is such a song that it is liked by even those people who don't even relate it to themselves or their life (I am one among them too!).
No matter how many times I listen to this song, I will never get sick of it. I know all the words, and I always seem to have it stuck in my head. It's my third favorite song after "Waves", and "Walking on Sunshine." The lyrics are cool, and I like the type of musical tone it has to it. Definitely the #1 Train song for me.
Best Train song yet. Funny lyrics, and I love the music at the beginning! I personally think it should be #1. Hilarious music video too. This song inspired me and is the first song by Train that I heard. This is what made me start liking them. Definitely worth listening to.
I set this song on repeat and I don't know how, while I was sitting at the computer, I listened to it for 13 hours! If there is any song that deserves to be first, this is the one. At first, I couldn't stop laughing at this song, I literally loved it that much... Even my brother said I was addicted to the song!
One of my favorites after 'Hey Soul Sister'. This should be the second-best song by them.
This song carries sweet memories of me singing along with my sister. It puts me in a good mood every time.
I proposed to my girlfriend with this song in the background…
Amazing song. I think it's the best example of Train's ability to paint a surreal and at the same time, so real story. This is the very first hit of the band, the prototype of their biggest success, Drops of Jupiter. It has this strange (in a good way) feeling that moves you in a particular way that other Train songs don't (or do in a different way). But Meet Virginia, in my opinion, is the evolution of a Train demo, maybe the most emotional one, called Avery. If you love Meet Virginia, you'll certainly love Avery.
This song put Train on the map. Along with Drops of Jupiter, their best work. A wide range of emotions are expressed in this song, which makes it so enjoyable to listen to. The guitar work, especially the solo, while not overly complex, is very memorable and adds a lot of depth to this song.
This was one of my jams in April 2021, especially during an NWEA test at school along with "The Distance" and "Eleanor Rigby." This should be number 1. And why is the trash song "Drive By" at number 3?
How is this only in 8th place? Excuse you all. This just so happens to be the absolute most romantic song since Endless Love. Far more sincere than the run-of-the-mill Marry You, where they marry for no good reason. This song explicitly shows the true meaning of being together forever.
One of THE most beautiful songs I have ever heard... "Hey, Soul Sister" is also an amazing song, but I think this one touches people in a more delicate manner. It reminds me of a friend I had who moved away, and I miss her so much...
I just can't stop myself from saying this every time I hear the song... I became a fan of Train after listening to this song! Hey, Soul Sister rocks too, but this song is just so much sweeter!
Nothing beats this song! The best I've ever heard in my life! It totally describes my life. I listen to it each and every time I feel down and high.
This song is so catchy! Its rhythm is smooth and upbeat, and it gets stuck inside your head for like a month!
So very catchy! Really good song, with a great background score and an upbeat tune. It ought to be higher than 9.
Good song. It should be number one, but people are just going on about how many times they've heard it on the radio, not on the quality of the song.
I love this song. It reminds us that even though there are bad people in the world, there are still many good people.
Love this song! It's a great song to listen to on vacation while chilling on the beach or at the pool!
INCREDIBLE SONG! I fell in love with it and Train the very first time I heard it. Yeah, it's kinda like Drops Of Jupiter, but it has its own amazing, beautiful sound. It's heaven...what more can I say?
Amazing song, just amazing. Since the first time I heard it, I completely fell in love and it completely changed my mind on Train. This is why I became a great fan of the band and later only of Pat Monahan in his solo album, Last of Seven.
I love this song. It's kind of similar to Drops of Jupiter. I went a few years without hearing it. Two months ago, I rediscovered it and fell in love with it again. This is one of Train's best songs.
I love this melody. Definitely should be in the top ten. It's not really known now, but if it was, it would already be in the top 10.
Beauty in the water, angels on the beach. Gives me chills every time they hit those notes. The best song by Train and extremely catchy.
This is such a catchy song. Fell in love with it after the mentioning of Johnny Depp. Love, love, love!
The best work of Train. When the song starts, it just catches the attention of your senses and allows you to feel the slow rolling of the musical instruments. Love it. Just try it!
The only reason this song isn't number one is because it's relatively new.
I was shot down by your love.
My angel in blue jeans…
What meaningful lyrics…
I expect this to be higher. This is my 5th favorite Train song.
Great song. It should make its way up into the top 10!
Awesome song! It should be in the top ten. #Vanderbilt
This song is so emotional, and the meaning of the lyrics sometimes hits me inside. It reminds me that no matter what, there will always be someone there for me.
Love the way it makes me feel secure and hopeful. Pat is never better than the emotion here.
This song is far better than a few songs in the top ten… It must be in the top 5, man…
This song is their most underrated hit. Hopefully, it's included on their inevitable greatest hits CD…
By far, their best song.
I played this song every hour of today!
Why is this not near the top?!
Put this one higher.
I like this song more than some of the top 10 songs. I think it's a more unknown song since it was in the soundtrack for a movie that wasn't very popular.
WHAT THE HELL? This by far is their greatest song. And, it's even used in a movie. Please listen to this song and vote it up the list. It should be number 1.
This wasn't even on the list!?
This is - hands down - their greatest song!
Check it out.
The best song from their newest album. Its lyrics are so touching and beautiful that it always makes me feel good.
This song is for sure the best Train song. I'm a huge fan of their music, and I've listened to all of their songs. The combination of the beautiful sound of the violin, with such amazing lyrics, it's a song that cannot be topped. Definitely my favorite Train song, and I even go so far as to say that it's my favorite song altogether.
This is a sad song but really beautiful. It's just one of those songs that seems to strike a chord in our hearts. This should be in the top ten. Simply worth listening to.
Pretty song... I think this should be somewhere higher than 19. Only Pat Monahan's voice sounds a bit rough, but think of it softly and if you can, then try and sing it softly. This Ain't Goodbye is actually a very, very beautiful song and not to offend someone, but I think that it actually sounds a bit rough. But anyways, I love Train and Train fans nonetheless. Hope everyone gets me...
Wow, Bruises should totally be higher up on the list, people! Seriously!
Just reminds me of being young and at school. How innocent and how much I was in love then.
This is the real deal.
I personally got attached to this song from the time I listened to the full track. It has this feel of wanting to get a close connection, but it shows how love can be hard to show even when there is so much that can be shown. It has definitely become one of my favorites.
It's a great song!