27+ Songs about Colorado to Give You That Mile High Feeling

Get your singing voice ready because we’ve searched high and low to bring you the best songs about Colorado, including Colorado songs written by Colorado natives, the Colorado state song, as well as songs that are more generally about life in Colorado even if it doesn’t mention the state specifically.

Whether you like pop, rock, punk, folk, or another genre, these songs about Colorado span genres, decades, and cities to pull together a Colorado playlist that really pays tribute to the Centennial State.

Enjoy the songs and get ready to take a deep dive into the musical soundtrack to Colorado!

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1. Where the Columbines Grow

2. Rocky Mountain High by John Denver

3. Crystal Colorado by Alpha Rev

4. A Mile High in Denver by Jimmy Buffet

5. Rocky Mountain Way by Joe Walsh

6. Colorado Girl by Townes Van Zandt

7. Get Out of Denver by Bob Seger

8. Colorado by Florida Georgia Line

9. Colder Weather by Zac Brown Band

10. Denver by Willie Nelson

11. Things to Do in Denver When You’re Dead by Warren Zevon

12. Lucky Denver Mint by Jimmy Eat World

13. You Wild Colorado by Johnny Cash

14. Colorado by the Flying Burrito Brothers

15. Ludlow Massacre by Woody Guthrie

16. Colorado by Chevy Chase

17. I-70 Westbound by The Railbenders

18. Lucky Old Colorado by Merle Haggard

19. Good Life by One Republic

20. Colorado by Paper Bird

21. Boulder to Birmingham by Emmylou Harris

22. Telluride by Tim McGraw

23. Someday Soon by Judy Collins

24. My Crime by Canned Heat

25. Mile High Feeling by Chuck Pyle

26. Closer by the Chainsmokers

27. Denver by Zac Brown

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