running and kick your highway journey into high gear. My whole life I have listened to those stories, they have become epic adventures in my mind. Of all the things that I associate my parents with, these trips seem to be some of the most defining moments of their lives. O I will walk with you, my lad, whichever way you fare, You'll have me, too, the side o' you, with heart song as light as air; No care for where the road you take's a-leadin' anywhere,- It can but be a joyful ja'nt whilst you.
It is the tune to travel. 178 via Google books: Arnold, William Harris. It's road trip time! A scale without a 4th or 7th is pentatonic, a common characteristic of many folk songs. Since the effect of a refrain is to continually return "home it would also have been opposed to Stevenson's theme that to travel is better than to arrive.