From a bike ride with Queen to interplanetary travel from Creedence, we got around, got around, yeah, we got around...

Cycling enthusiasts, Sept. 1932. (Photo: Douglas Miller/Topical Press/Getty Images)

The "Modes Of Transportation" Menu: "Long Train Runnin'" + "Rockin' Down The Highway" - The Doobie Brothers / "Bicycle Race" + "I'm In Love With My Car" - Queen / "Love In An Elevator" + "Train Kept A-Rollin'" - Aerosmith / "Born To Run" + "Downbound Train" - Bruce Springsteen / "Back In The U.S.S.R. - The Beatles + "Jet" - Paul McCartney & Wings / "Travelin' Band" + "It Came Out Of The Sky" - Creedence Clearwater Revival

Tomorrow (Wed., 7/1), The "Comma Just Might Be The Most Important Punctuation Mark In The Song Title!" Menu. Because of tweets and e-mails, no one's really caring anymore about how things read out, and we're on a mission to do sumpin' 'bout it. Yeah, we're wicked old school, thinking that proper grammar and spelling actually do matter. So if you wanna let the Classic Lunch gang know whatcha think about that, by all means, go for it here on the web site and/or WBLM Facebook page. We insist!

"Never drive faster than your guardian angel can fly." - Author Unknown