100 Female Names In Song Titles: See Your Name in Here?

Names are listed in alphabetical order. Not song titles.

Living Next Door To Alice by Smokie (1976)


Alison by Rick Springfield (1983)

Amanda by Boston (1986)


Anastasia by 1994: (1979)

Angie by Rolling Stones (1973)

Annie Told Me by The Motels (1985)

Ayla by Flash And The Pan (1987)

Barbara Can't Dance by Doctor & The Medics (1986)

Belladonna by UFO (1976)

Ma-Ma-Ma Belle by Electric Light Orchestra (1974)

Hey Bernadette by Russ Ballard (1985)

Black Betty by Ram Jam (1977)

Bonnie by Supertramp (1982)

Candy-O by The Cars (1979)

Oh Caroline by Cheap Trick (1977)

Carrie by Europe (1986)


Colours Fly And Catherine Wheel by Simple Minds (1982)

Cathleen by Philip Lynott (1982)

Charlotte The Harlot by Iron Maiden (1980)

Cherokee by White Lion (1985)

Taste Of Cindy by Jesus & Mary Chain (1985)

Planet Claire by B-52s (1979)

Cora by Latin Quarter (1985)


Corina Corina by Steppenwolf (1970)

Debbie Denise by Blue Oyster Cult (1976)

Desiree by S.P.Y.S. (1982)

Donna by 10cc (1973)

Elvis Bought Dora A Cadillac by Wall Of Voodoo(1987)

Edie (Ciao Baby) by The Cult (1989)

Come On Eileen by Dexys Midnight Runners (1982)

Goodbye Elenor by Toto (1981)

Elisa by Sheriff (1982)

Eloise by The Damned (1986)

Emily's Song by The Moody Blues (1971)

Song For Emma by Saxon (1988)

Evangeline by The Icicle Works (1986)

The Eve Of The War by Jeff Wayne (1978)

Gala by The Waterboys (1983)

Gloria by U2 (1981)

Heleana by 1994: (1978)

Jackie Don't Go by Survivor (1983)


Jamie's Cryin' by Van Halen (1978)

Jennifer by Styx (1976)

867-5309/Jenny by Tommy Tutone (1982)

Jessie's Girl by Rick Springfield (1980)

Joanne by Orion The Hunter (1984)

Josephine by Chris Rea (1985)

Jewel-Eyed Judy by Fleetwood Mac (1970)

Julia by Pavlov's Dog (1975)

Romeo and Juliet by Dire Straits (1980)

Karla With K by The Hooters (1987)

Kayleigh by Marillion (1985)

Think Of Laura by Christopher Cross (1983)

Layla by Derek & The Dominoes (1970)

All for Leyna by Billy Joel (1980)


Lily by Max Webster (1976)

Lola by The Kinks (1970)

Lorelei by Styx (1975)

Lady Lou by Accept (1979)

Louisa by Dark Star (1981)

Luanne by Foreigner (1981)

Lucretia My Reflection by Sisters Of Mercy (1987)

Madalene by Winger (1988)

Magdalaine by LA Guns (1989)

Maggie May by Rod Stewart (1971)

Marian by Sisters Of Mercy (1985)


Marlise by Fischer-Z (1981)

Martha by Jefferson Airplane (1967)

Mary's Prayer by Danny Wilson (1987)

Maxine by Donald Fagen (1982)

Medusa by Anthrax (1985)

Club Michelle by Eddie Money (1982)

Mona by Wall Of Voodoo (1985)

Monica by Freddie Salem & The Wild Cats (1982)

Knuckle Sandwich Nancy by Slade (1981)

Narita by Riot (1979)

Smelly Nelly by Krokus (1981)

Nikita by Elton John (1985)

Nina by Jean Beauvoir (1986)

Pandora by Cocteau Twins (1984)


Patricia The Stripper by Chris De Burgh (1975)

Persephone by Cocteau Twins (1984)

Rikki Don't Lose That Number by Steely Dan (1974)

Rosanna by Toto (1982)

Rosetta by Alan Price & Georgie Fame (1971)

No Ring Around Rosie by Kix (1988)

Roxanne by The Police (1978)

Oh Ruby by Dirty Looks (1988)

Magnum Sally by The Reggie Knighton Band (1978)

Sara by Starship (1985)

Severina by The Mission (1986)

My Sharona by The Knack (1979)

Little Sheila by Slade (1985)

Sherry Darling by Bruce Springsteen (1980)

Suzie Hold On by Saxon (1980)

Stephanie Knows Who by Love (1966)

Venus by Shocking Blue (1969)

Veronica by Elvis Costello (1989)

Vicky Verky by Squeeze (1980)

Letter From Viola by The Monochrome Set (1985)


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What Girls Said 2

  • Cool. Here's a popular one from my teenage years lol

    Hey There, Delilah

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EbJtYqBYCV8

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    • Well I don't know this one to be honest. The only song I know with "Delilah" is the one by Tom Jones. Is Delilah your name?

  • 🎶Crossroads, seem to come and go, yeah.
    The gypsy flies from coast to coast

    Knowing many, loving none,
    Bearing sorrow havin' fun,
    But back home he'll always run
    To sweet Melissa... mmm..🎶

    That's the one I always got growing up. Sweet Melissa byThe Allman Brothers.

    Favorite to sing: Roxanne💚

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    • I see, so Melissa is your name? Never liked Allman Brothers to be honest though, I'm not much into Southern Rock? But yeah thanks for reminding me since there are tons of names I forgot for sure. But I couldn't post more than 100.

    • I understand! This was a good list!👍

    • Thanks!

What Guys Said 1

  • Olivia by Rasmus Seebach

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    • Never heard about him, so I googled him. And I noticed he's a new singer. Well this list has to do with older artists, as you can see.

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