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Song Titles Containing A Lady's Name

Angie

-- The Rolling Stones

 

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A few from the Beatles:

    Michelle

    Polythene Pam

    Julia

    Eleanor Rigby

    Sexy Sadie

 

and ... Her Majesty  

 

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"Julie, Julie, Do You Love Me?"--don't know by WHOM, just excited in the 60s that someone recognized that a form of my name really existed. As for shutting this down, how about next time designing a page on which the songs could be alphabetized to avoid repetition? 

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Irene, good night, Irene, good night
Good night, Irene, good night, Irene
I'll get you in my dreams
Sometimes I live in the country
Sometimes I live in town
Sometimes I have a great notion
To jump in to the river and drown
Irene, good night, Irene, good night
Good night, Irene, good night, Irene
I'll get you in my dreams

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We are doing nothing but repeating names previuosly posted. Perhaps it's time to draw this thread gently to a close.

 

 I started it so I'm no trying to put it out of it's misery.

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@Loulitwrote:

We are doing nothing but repeating names previuosly posted. Perhaps it's time to draw this thread gently to a close.

 

 I started it so I'm no trying to put it out of it's misery.


You cannot close a topic.  They close by themselves if no one posts to them.  If someone wants to post that is no problem

 

 

Life's a Journey, not a Destination" Aerosmith
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@nyadrnwrote:

@Loulitwrote:

We are doing nothing but repeating names previuosly posted. Perhaps it's time to draw this thread gently to a close.

 

 I started it so I'm no trying to put it out of it's misery.


You cannot close a topic.  They close by themselves if no one posts to them.  If someone wants to post that is no problem

 

 

Yep, I know I can't close a topic. So I was asking for the topic to be allowed to die a merciful death because it's been days since I've seen anything new. That didn't work. So now I have to figure out how to unsubscribe from the thread.

 

 

 

 


 

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@Loulitwrote:

 

Yep, I know I can't close a topic. So I was asking for the topic to be allowed to die a merciful death because it's been days since I've seen anything new. That didn't work. So now I have to figure out how to unsubscribe from the thread.

 

 


@Loulit - If you haven't yet found it, there is a gray button next to the big red Reply button at the top of the page on the left. Click the gray button and you get a dropdown menu where you can unscribe to the thread. 

 

Your topic is getting a lot of extra hits because the link went out in one of the AARP emails. Most people don't go back and read the entries because it would take too long. It's just a way to get more people involved on the Community forums.

 

 

It's great to be here. It's great to be anywhere. - Keith Richards
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@MaVoltawrote:

 

Most people don't go back and read the entries because it would take too long.

 


I do Smiley Tongue

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@Ciricewrote:

@MaVoltawrote:

 

Most people don't go back and read the entries because it would take too long.

 


I do Smiley Tongue


I like to read them too, and try to think of one that hasn't been mentioned. It's more of a brain teaser that way. Problem is, when the list gets so long, it's hard to remember. Sometimes I'll think of a song and then look back and see that I've already posted it!!  LOL

It's great to be here. It's great to be anywhere. - Keith Richards
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@MaVoltawrote:


I like to read them too, and try to think of one that hasn't been mentioned. It's more of a brain teaser that way. Problem is, when the list gets so long, it's hard to remember. Sometimes I'll think of a song and then look back and see that I've already posted it!!  LOL


You and me both, lol!

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Magdalena - A Perfect Circle

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THIS MADE ME THINK OF "LADY MADONNA"- THE BEATLES,OF COURSE!
SUPERGIRL, NO REALLY I MEAN IT! HER REAL NAME & MINE ARE THE SAME( FIRST 2 NAMES ARE)
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Sweet Jane - Velvet Underground

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Vera - Pink Floyd

 

Does anybody here remember Vera Lynn?
Remember how she said that
We would meet again
Some sunny day?
Vera, Vera
What has become of you?
Does anybody else in here
Feel the way I do?
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Hello Mary Lou  by Ricky Nelson

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@Loulitwrote:

We are doing nothing but repeating names previuosly posted. Perhaps it's time to draw this thread gently to a close.

 

 I started it so I'm no trying to put it out of it's misery.


 

@LoulitI agree. There are so many now that no one wants to take the time to go back and see if theirs has already been mentioned. It was fun though! Cat Wink N.

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Rhiannon by Fleetwood Mac

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Sweet Caroline-Neil Diamond

Melissa-Almann Brothers

Aimee-(?)

Judie Blue Eyes-Crosby Still Nash

Lucy in the sky with Diamonds-The Beatles

Alice-‘s restaurant-Arline Guthrie 

Penny Lane-the Beatles

 

 

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Gloria - Laura Brannigan 

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Amanda - Waylon Jennings

Amanda - Boston

Carrie Ann - Boston

Song for Suzanne - Styx

The Ballad of Jayne - L A Guns

Sweet Caroline - Neil Diamond

Cherry Baby - Starz

Carrie - Europe

Shandi - Kiss

Janie's Got a Gun - Aerosmith

Fanny - The Bee Gees

   more to come.....

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Maybelline 

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I Love the Neil Diamond song Sweet Caroline.

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How about "Cathy's Clown" by Everly Brothers and  "Beth" by Kiss

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Gina

Oh, Carol

Lady Madonna

Jack and Diane

Susan

Run Around Sue

Sylvia's Mother

Please Don't Ask About Barbara

Roxanne

Sarah's Smile

Judy's Turn to Cry

Cathy's Clown

Mathilda

Bette Davis Eyes

Peg of My Heart

Peggy Sue

Bonnie and Clyde

Along Comes Mary

Candy Girl

I Want Candy

Marianne

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Brandy by Looking Glass

Jack and Diane by John Cougar

Cecilia by Simon and Garfunkel

Mandy by Barry Manilow

Billie Jean by Michael Jackson

Sarah Smile by Hall & Oates

Annie's Song by John Denver

Lucille by Kenny Rogers

Maggie Mae by Rod Stewart

Peggy Sue by Buddy Holly

Susie Q by Dale Hawkins

Good Golly Miss Molly by Little Richard

Proud Mary by Creedence Clearwater Revival

Wake Up Little Susie by The Everly Brothers

Runaround Sue by Dion & The Belmonts

All the Girls Love Alice by Elton John

Lady Samatha by Elton John

Little Jeannie by Elton John

Bette Davis Eyes by Kim Carnes

Jolene by Dolly Parton

Help Me Rhonda by the Beach Boys...my little sister hates this song...her name is Rhonda

.....and so many more...

 

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"Brandy Your'e A Fine Girl" by Looking Glass(?)

"Mary Jane's Last Dance" by Tom Petty

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I Gotta Gal Named Boney Maroney.  She’s as Skinny as a Stick of Macoroni by Little Richard.  

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"Maggie May" - Rod Stewart. How could I have forgotten this huge hit and great song!

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Oh, how could I have forgotten that too! It was in the year my boy friend went away to college. I cried so much when that came on the radio going back home.

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Daisy, Daisy

 

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