Girls Name Songs List UK, songs with girls names P thru Z in the title or lyrics

UK Girls Name Songs List with over 2,300 songs with girls names in the best list of songs with female names in lyrics or titles. Songs with women's names alphabetical then by song title. Note: We participate in Amazon "Associates" and Apple "Affiliate" marketing programs; I earn from qualifying purchases so if you purchase anything after clicking one of our affiliate or associate links I may receive a commission. Thank you!

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 Composer / Notes
P.J. Soles P.J. Soles Local H 2004, on Whatever Happened To P.J. Soles
Pam Polythene Pam The Beatles 1969, John Lennon / Paul McCartney released on the Abbey Road album. UK
Pamela Pamela Toto 1988, David Paich, Joseph Williams. Included on album Seventh One. No.22
Pamela Pamela Pamela Wayne Fontana 1964, written by Graham Gouldman
Patches Patches Dickey Lee 1962, Larry Kobler, Barry Mann
Patricia Patricia Ray Peterson 1958,
Patricia Patricia Perry Como
Patricia Patricia Perez Prado and His Orchestra 1958, instrumental hit, #1 on the Hot 100 and #18 on the Country Hits
Patricia Patricia Mighty Mighty Bosstones 1990 from the album Devil's Night Out
Patricia Patricia Flashlight Brown
Patricia Patricia The Stripper The Wombats 2007, on Guide to Love, Loss and Desperation, by Matthew Murphy
Patricia Patricia The Stripper Chris de Burgh 1975, on Spanish Train and Other Stories, by Chris de Burgh
Patsy Patsy Jack Scott 1960,
Patti Oh, Patti (Don't Feel Sorry For Loverboy) Scritti Politti 1988, on Provision. British new wave pop band.
Patti Ann Patti Ann Johnny Crawford 1962, early summer release
Patti Ann Patti Ann William Dell and The Wee Jams
Patty Linda Lu Ray Sharpe 1959, written by Ray Sharpe. Also listed under Linda Lu
Patty Patty Baby Freddy Boom-Boom Cannon 1963, lyrics by Bob Feldman, Jerry Goldstein, Richard Gottehrer, Frederick Picariello
Patty Patty Girl Gary and The Hornets by Dick Campbell in the early 1960's. Originally recorded by Dick Campbell and The Scarlets
Patty Ann Patty Ann Larry Tamblyn
Patty Ann Patty Ann Chuckie D 1950's Doo-Wop by C.Detterline and E.Carrozza, Parliment Records 9770-1
Paula Don't Wanna Think About Paula Dickey Lee 1963, Dickey Lee; also by Jimmy Breedlove
Paula Hey Paula (I want to marry you) Paul and Paula 1962, Ray Hildebrand
Pauline Pauline Coattails 2016, on Coattails
Pauline Pauline Screeching Weasel    X 2000, from the album Teen Punks In Heat
Peanuts Peanuts Little Joe and the Thrillers 1957, written by J. Cook, also covered by Rick and Keens in 1961
Pearl Pearl Katy Perry 2010, on Teenage Dream
Pearl Pearl Tommy Roe 1970, by Tommy Roe and Freddy Welter
Pearl Pearl Chapterhouse 1991, by Andrew Sherriff
Pearl Pearl Hart Volbeat 2013, on Outlaw Gentlemen & Shady Ladies
Pearl Pearl Pearl Pearl Earl Scruggs and Lester Flatt (Flatt & Scruggs) 1963, by Paul Henning
Pearl Pearl's a Singer Elkie Brooks 1970-something, Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller
Peg Peg Steely Dan 1977, written by Walter Carl Becker Donald Jay Fagen, on the Aja album
Peg Peg O' My Heart Buddy Clark and others 1913, Alfred Bryan, Fred Fisher
Peggy Peggy Gene Hughes 1967, written by Boudleaux and Felice Bryant. Cliff Parman arrangement.
Peggy Peggy Sang the Blues Frank Turner 2011, written for his grandmother, on album England Keep My Bones
Peggy Sue Peggy Sue Buddy Holly and The Crickets 1957, Jerry Allison/ Buddy Holly/ Norman Petty, Written about Buddy's girlfriend Peggy Sue Rackham. No.2 UK-No.6
Peggy Sue Peggy Sue Got Married Buddy Holly 1959, actually recorded by Buddy Holly Dec.8th,1958, backup vocals and instruments added in 1959 for release.
Peggy-O Peggy-O Simon and Garfunkel traditional - on album Wednesday Morning, 3AM
Penelope Penelope Pinback 2001, on album More Or Less Live In A Few Different Places
Penelope Penelope Of Montreal 2001, on Coquelicot Asleep in the Poppies: A Variety of Whimsical Verse
Penelope Penelope Joan Manuel Serrat 1969, Spanish
Penelope (Pénélope) Le Voyage de Penelope Air 1998, Moon Safari (instrumental)
Penny Penicillin Penny Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show    X 1973, adult lyrics
Penny Penny And Me Hanson 2004 hit single from their album, Underneath
Penny Penny Lover Lionel Richie 1983, by Lionel Richie and Brenda Harvey-Richie. USA #8 UK #1
Penny Pretty Penny Stone Temple Pilots, or Hell Or Highwater    X 1994, by Scott Weiland, on album Purple
Petula It's Up To You Petula Edison Lighthouse 1970, Christian Arnold, David Martin, Geoff Morrow. No.72
Petunia Petunia The Gardeners Daughter Elvis Presley 1966, Sid Tepper, Roy C. Bennett
Philomena Philomena Thin Lizzy 1974, by lead singer Phil Lynott about his mother, Philomena. The song was released on their 1974 album, Night Life. What a great tribute.
Phoebe Phoebe Court Yard Hounds 2013, on Amelita
Phoebe Phoebe Andrew Stranglen 2003, on album Harken
Phoebe You Don't Want To Be My Girlfriend, Phoebe BMX Bandits 2009, on The BMX Love E.P.
Polly Melancholy Polly Allison Moorer 2004, on The Duel
Polly Polly Nirvana 1991,
Polly Pretty Polly The Byrds 1968, American folk song
Polly Pretty Polly Oliver various Olde English folk song
Pollyanna Pollyanna Billy Joe Royal 1965, written by Joe South
Pollyanna Pollyanna John Corey 1962, written by Crewe-Gaudio, single - 45RPM
Pollyanna Pollyanna Northstar 2004, on Pollyanna
Pollyanna Pollyanna Caroline Cotter 2008, on Pollyanna
Pollyanna Pollyanna The Classics IV 1966, by Joe South, sung by The Classics, before changing their name to The Classics IV
Pollyanna (and Cassandra) Pollyanna Loves Cassandra John Shipe Band 2003, by John Shipe, on album Pollyanna
Poppy I'm Poppy Poppy 2017,
Priscilla Priscilla Meat Loaf 1981, on album Midnight at the Lost and Found
Priscilla Priscilla Eddie Cooley and The Dimples 1956, Otis Blackwell and Eddie Cooley, charted at #20
Prudence Dear Prudence The Beatles 1968, John Lennon/ Paul McCartney. UK
Queenie Bye Bye Queenie Denny and The Jets 2014, by Chris Denney, Denny and The Jets
Queenie Little Queenie Chuck Berry 1959, Chuck Berry
Rachael Jacob's Ladder Mark Wills 1996, on the 2002 album Greatest Hits. No.6
Rachel Rachel Sleigh Bells 2010, on album Treats
Rachel Rachel's Song James McMurtry 1995, on Where'd You Hide The Body
Rachel Reuben and Rachel many 1871, lyrics by Harry Birch and music by William Gooch, first published in 1871 by White, Smith, & Perry. It regained popularity in 20th century as a children's song
Rachel Under Rachel's Wings David Allan Coe 1977, on David Allen Coe Rides Again
Rachel & Cali Rachel & Cali Damien Jurado 2010, on Saint Bartlett
Raina Raina Nick Waterhouse 2012, on Time's All Gone
Ramona Ramona Jukebox The Ghost 2022, Ramona, or Oh Ramona, was released in 2022 on album Cheers
Ramona Ramona The Bachelors (also Billy Walker) 1928, written by L.Wolfe Gilbert / Mabel Wayne. Recorded in 1964 by The Bachelors. Irish. Billy Walker 1968, charted at No.8, UK-No.4
Ramona Ramona, Say Yes Chuck Berry 1966,
Ramona To Ramona Bob Dylan 1964, on Another Side of Bob Dylan
Rapunzel Rapunzel Emilie Autumn 2002, on album Enchant
Raquel Raquel Neon Neon 2007, on Stainless Style. The song is about John DeLorean and Raquel Welch
Ray (Rayon) Sister Ray The Velvet Underground 1968,
Rebecca 5 Rebbeccas View    X 2008, released as a single then in 2009 on album Which Bitch
Rebecca Rebecca Robin Gibb 1984 Robin Gibb, on album Secret Agent
Rebecca Rebecca Flo and Eddie, Albert Hammond, and The Turtles 1973, Albert Hammond and Mike Hazelwood. This song also released on The Turtles' 1992 album Captured Live
Reet Reet Petite (The Finest Girl You Ever Want To Meet) Jackie Wilson 1957, No.62, UK-No.6
Regina Regina The Ray-Vons 1964,
Rene Ode To Rene Ween    X 1992, sung in French but lyrics are nonsense. On At The Cat's Cradle
Renee Renee Lost Boyz    X 1995, on Legal Drug Money. No.33
Renee Renee Remains The Same Material Issue 1991, on album International Pop Overthrow
Renee Walk Away Renée The Left Banke, 1966, and Four Tops in 1967 1966, Mike Brown, Bob Calilli, Tony Sansone. Released as a single in 1966, and on the 1967 album Walk Away Renee / Pretty Ballerina. Uk-No.3
Rhiannon Rhiannon (Will You Ever Win) Fleetwood Mac 1975, Stevie Nicks. No.11
Rhody Go Tell Aunt Rhody Woody Guthrie, Burl Ives, others 1955, traditionial folk song
Rhonda Help Me Rhonda The Beach Boys 1965, Brian Wilson
Rihanna Walks like Rihanna The Wanted 2013, on album Word of Mouth
Rikki Rikki Don't Lose that Number Steely Dan 1974, lyrics by Don Fagen, possibly about a college friend, Rikki Ducornet. Released in 1974 as a single then on album Pretzel Logic
Rio Rio Duran Duran 1982, lyrics by Simon Lebon, Nick Rhodes, Andy Taylor, John Taylor, Roger Taylor
Rita Hey, Rita Local H 2004, Whatever Happened To P.J. Soles
Rita Lovely Rita The Beatles 1967, John Lennon/ Paul McCartney. UK
Rita Stay With Me Faces 1971, Rod Stewart and Ron Wood
Roberta Roberta Peppino Di Capri 1984, Italian
Roberta Roberta Barry and The Tamerlanes arrangement by Bodie Chandler
Robin Robin's Song John Pollard 2005, on album My Bethany
Robin Robin's World The Cuff Links 1970, by the Cuff Links, sung by Rupert Holmes. Thanks, Glenn. 
Rochelle Rochelle Darren Hayman and The Secondary Modern 2007, on Darren Hayman and The Secondary Modern
Rochelle Rochelle Favor the Brave    X 2011,
Rochelle Rochelle The Pass 2010, on Burst
Rochelle Rochelle Silhouette 2012, on album, Rochelle
Rochelle Rochelle Capt Rick (CBRB40) 2010, written by Rick, or Capt Rick, or CBRB40. So, if you can endure the long and silly introduction, the song is pretty good, I think.
Rochelle Rochelle Hillbilly Winos 2002,
Roni Roni Bobby Brown 1988, by Babyface, Darnell Bristol, No.3
Ronnie Ronnie Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons 1964, Bob Crewe / Bob Gaudio. No.6
Rosa Dear Rosa Travis Matte and The Zydeco Kingpins 2011, on album Dis Ain'tcha Momma's Zodico
Rosa Rosa Keith Harkin 2012, lyrics by Keith Harkin about his Goddaughter, on album Keith Harkin, and on Mythology
Rosa Rosa Dear Ruth 2014, on Voila
Rosa Rosa's Coronas Kate Campbell 1999, on The Portable Kate Campbell
Rosalenna Rosalenna Conway Twitty 1959,
Rosalie Mean Little Woman, Rosalie Tommy Roe 1972, Joss Whedon
Rosalie Rosalie Thin Lizzy 1975,
Rosalie Rosalie Sam Neely 1973,
Rosalie Rosalie Come and Go Ryan Adams 2001, on album Gold, LP, disk two, track one.
Rosalina Rosalina Must Dance Alone Miniboone 2010, on the Big Changes release
Rosalinda Rosalinda's Eyes Billy Joel 1978, written by Billy Joel for his mother, released on 52nd Street,
Rosalita Rosalita Al Dexter And His Troopers 1942, Al Dexter
Rosalita Rosalita (Come Out Tonight) Bruce Springsteen 1973, Bruce Springsteen
Rosalyn Rosalyn The Pretty Things 1964, written by Jimmy Duncan and Bill Farley. Released by Pretty Things on album, Big Boss Man. Also covered by David Bowie in 1973
Rosanna Rosanna Toto 1982, David Paich. Released on album TotoIV, 1983. Written about Rosanna Arquette who was dating Toto Keyboard player, Steve Porcaro. No.2, UK-No.12
Rosanna Rosanna Gordon Lightfoot 1967,
Rosanna Rosanna Classics IV / Dennis Yost 1973, Buddy Buie / J.R. Cobb
Rose Abilene Rose Marty Robbins 1963,
Rose Beautiful Rose George Baker Selection 1977, on Summer Melody
Rose Bed of Rose's The Statler Brothers 1970, H. Reid
Rose Desert Rose Sting 1999, relased on album Brand New Day. Sting sings the song in a duet performance with Algerian rai singer Cheb Mami.
Rose Georgia Rose Tony Bennett 1966, Jimmy Flynn, Harry Rosenthal, Alex Sullivan
Rose Give My Love To Rose Johnny Cash 1968, on the Flosom Prison Blues album
Rose Lady Rose Mungo Jerry 1971, on In The Summertime, written by lead vocalist Ray Dorset
Rose Mexicali Rose Gene Autry, Slim Whitman and others 1938, music by Jack Tenney, lyrics by Helen Stone, first published in 1923.
Rose Midnight Rose Bluegrass Student Union, and others 1975, written by Ed Waesche. Classic barbershop harmony style song.
Rose My Wild Irish Rose Dennis Day 1899, by Chauncey Olcott
Rose Oahu Rose Hank Snow 1967, by Hank Snow, on album Snow In Hawaii
Rose Ramblin' Rose Nat King Cole 1962, Joe Sherman/ Noel Sherman. Released as a single and reached the number one spot on Billboard
Rose Rose, Rose, I Love You Frankie Laine 1952,
Rose Rose's Turn Glee Cast 2010, by Stephen Sondheim and Julie Styne. Performed on the TV series GLEE. The song debut May, 2010, at number 93
Rose San Antonio Rose (Rose of San Antone) Bob Wills 1938, this is the new San Antonio Rose by Bob Wills
Rose Second Hand Rose Fanny Brice; later by Barbra Streisand 1921, Words by Grant Clarke, Music by James F. Hanley
Rose Spanish Harlem Ben E. King 1960, Phil Spector and Jerry Leiber
Rose The One Rose Jimmie Rodgers 1930, written by Lani McIntire. In 1937 it was a hit by Bing Crosby
Rose The Only Rose Hank Snow 1949, by Hank Snow, his first recoding in USA
Rose The Yellow Rose Of Texas Gene Autry, Roy Rogers, Johnny Lee and Lane Brody 1984, Lane Brody, Johnny Lee, John Wilder
Rose Ann Rose Ann of Charing Cross The Four Vagabonds 1943,
Rose Marie Oh Rose Marie The Fascinators 1959, doo-wop, Tony Passalacque-Trovato-Cernacek-La Green-Wheeler
Rose Marie Rose Marie Slim Whitman 1924, written by Rudolf Friml and Herbert Stothart, lyrics by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein II for the Broadway show of the same name. US#4, UK#1
Rose Marie Rose Marie George Baker Selection 1924, written by Rudolf Friml and Herbert Stothart, lyrics by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein II for the Broadway show of the same name
Rose Mary Rose Mary Rockin' Dave Allen 1958, by D. Stich (Rockin' Dave Allen Stich)
Rosealia Rosealia Better Than Ezra 1995, Kevin Griffin
Rosemarie Smile A Little Smile For Me The Flying Machine 1969, Tony Macauley/ Geoff Stevens
Rosemary Love Grows (Where My Rosemary Goes) Edison Lighthouse 1970, Tony Macaulay/ Barry Mason. No.5, UK-No.1
Rosemary Jane Rosemary Jane Frank Turner 2019, on album "No Man's Land” by Frank Turner, about his mother
Rosetta Rosetta Georgie Fame & Alan Price 1968,
Rosetta Sister Rosetta Frank Turner 2019, on album "No Man's Land” by Frank Turner, about Sister Rosetta Tharpe
Rosey Ro Ro Rosey Van Morrison 1967,
Rosie Cracklin' Rosie Neil Diamond 1970, Neil Diamond
Rosie Rosie Don Partridge 1968,
Rosie Rosie John Mayer 2017, by John Mayer, on The Search for Everything
Rosie Rosie The Riveter The Four Vagabonds
Rosie Simple Little Down Home Rock & Roll Love Song For Rosie Shiloh 1970, written by Michael McGinnis, drums and vocals by Don Henley
Rosie Whole Lotta Rosie AC/DC 1977, on their Let There Be Rock album
Rosie Lee Rosie Lee Rusty Shackle 2013, on album The Bones
Rosita Rosita George Baker Selection 1978, on album In Your Heart
Roslyn or “Rosyln” Roslyn or “Rosyln” Bon Iver & St. Vincent 2009, Roslyn or “Rosyln” a collaboration by Bon Iver and St. Vincent, written by Justin Vernon. The song was used in the Twilight trilogy, Twilight: New Moon.
Rosy Rosy Paul Travis 2014, on Songs For Ruth
Roxanne Roxanne Arizona Zervas 2019, by Arizona Zervas and Lauren Larue, Jace Jennings, Jacob Greenspan
Roxanne Roxanne Sting and The Police 1978, Sting. No.32
Roxanne Roxanne, Roxanne UTFO 1985,
Roxy Roxy (The Name On Everyone's Lips) Renee Zellweger    X 2002, from the Broadway musical, Chicago, movie
Ruby Leave Me Alone (Ruby Red Dress) Helen Reddy 1973, by Linda Laurie, on album Long Hard Climb. USA #1
Ruby Ravishing Ruby Tom T. Hall 1973,
Ruby Rock 'n Roll Ruby Warren Smith 1956, written by Johnny Cash
Ruby Ruby The Apples in Stereo 1999, on Her Wallpaper Reverie
Ruby Ruby Kaiser Chiefs 2007, on Yours Truly, Angry Mob (UK Comm CD).No.14 UK-No.1
Ruby Ruby Ray Charles 1960, Mitchell Parish/ Heinz Roemheld
Ruby Ruby and Carlos James McMurtry 2008, on Just Us Kids
Ruby Ruby Are You Mad at Your Man? The Osborne Brothers 1956, as recorded by The Osborne Brothers, but Cynthis May Carver was originator of this song.
Ruby Ruby Baby The Drifters 1955, written by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller. Song was a hit for the drifters in 1956, also by Elvis, The Beach Boys, and Dion charted at #2 in 1962
Ruby Ruby My Love Donnie and The Dreamers 1950's Doo-Wop ballad
Ruby Ruby Sees All Cake 1994, from Motorcade of Generosity
Ruby Ruby Tuesday Rolling Stones 1967, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards. UK
Ruby Ruby, Don't Take Your Love to Town Kenny Rogers And The First Edition 1967, Mel Tillis. Johnny Darrell sang this song 2 years before Kenny Rogers had his 1969 hit
Ruby Thru the Eyes of Ruby Smashing Pumpkins 1995, on Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness
Ruby Ann Ruby Ann Marty Robbins 1962,
Ruby Lee (Rooba-Lee) Oo-Rooba-Lee or Oh Ruby Lee Arthur Lee Maye and The Clowns 1956, singer is Arthur Lee Maye, aka Lee Maye.
Ruby Mae Ruby Mae Indigo Swing 1999,
Ruth Dear Ruth The Buccaneers doo-wop 50's
Ruth Ruth Paul Travis 2014, on Songs for Ruth
Ruth Ann Big City Miss Ruth Ann Gallery and others 1970, written by Tom Lazaros
Sadie How'm I Doin', Hey, Hey The Mills Brothers 1934,
Sadie Little Sadie, or Bad Lee Brown Clarence "Tom" Ashley in 1930 1930, traditional ballad - earliest known 1922 / Ozark Folksongs - also known as Bad Lee Brown
Sadie Sadie Alkaline Trio    X 2004, on Crimson
Sadie Sadie The Spinners 1975, written by Bruce Hawes, Joseph B. Jefferson, Charles Simmons. US#54, US#7 (Soul,R&B)
Sadie Sadie Jones and I Byrne and Kelly 2014, of Celtic Thunder fame
Sadie Sadie's Shawl Richard Hayman and Jan August, also Bob Sharples 1956, instrumental, by Nico Carstens, Sam Lorraine
Sadie Sexy Sadie The Beatles 1968, by John Lennon, on The White Album. UK
Sadie Lou Sadie Lou Woody Thorne & Rene Hall band The flip side of "Teenagers In Love"
Saffron Mellow Yellow Donovan 1966, by Donovan. Features the girls name Saffron, but what sounds like Frontain (girls name?) research indicates he says fourteen, eh?
Saffron Saffron, Beautiful And Brown-Eyed Trembling Blue Stars 1996, on Her Handwriting
Sal Sal's Got a Sugar Lip Lonnie Donegan 1959, written by Jimmie Driftwood
Sal, and Suzy-Anna Polly Wolly Doodle -many - 1880, first published, but likely much older American folk song.
Sally Be My Girl - Sally The Police 1978, on Message In A Box
Sally Don’t Dilly Dally, Sally Brian Hyland 1960, Bryan was just 16 when he recorded this, the flip side of Itsy Bitsy Teeny Weeny Bikini
Sally Don't Look Back In Anger Oasis 1995, by Noel Gallagher, released on (What's The Story) Morning Glory? In 1995. UK #1
Sally Good Time Sally Rare Earth 1972, by Tom Baird
Sally I Wonder What's Become of Sally Al Jolson, also various Barbershop groups 1921, by Jack Yellen and Milton Ager
Sally Lay Down Sally Eric Clapton 1977, Eric Clapton, Marcy Levy, George Terry
Sally Long Tall Sally Little Richard 1956, Enotris Johnson/ Little Richard Penniman/ Robert (Bumps) Blackwell
Sally Mustang Sally Wilson Pickett 1966, Bonny Rice
Sally Run Sally Run The Cuff Links 1970, Lee Pockriss/Paul Vance. Originnally sung by Ron Dante but later it was re-recorded and sung by Joe Cord. Thanks, Glenn.
Sally Sally Hardwell    X 2015, on United We Are (explicit)
Sally Sally Gogol Bordello    X 2005, on Gypsy Punks: Underdog World Strike
Sally Sally (That Girl) Gucci Crew II    X 1988, by The Gucci Crew II, a Miami bass group popular between 1986 and 1994
Sally Sally Can't Dance Lou Reed 1974,
Sally Sally Cinnamon The Stone Roses 1987, Stone Roses
Sally Sally G Paul McCartney and Wings 1974, Paul McCartney, on album At The Speed of Sound
Sally Sally Go 'Round The Roses The Jaynetts 1963, Z.Saunders - L.Stevens
Sally Sally Goodin various American traditional folk
Sally Sally Jo Bill Monroe, Ricky Skaggs and more American traditional folk
Sally Sally Let Your Bangs Hang Down Maddox Brothers & Rose Maddox 1950, also by Boxcar Willie, the earliest recording was 1937 by Bill Cox & Cliff Hobbs
Sally Sally Sayin' Somethin' Billy Hamer 2007, by Billy Hamer
Sally Sally Was A Good Old Girl Fats Domino 1964, Harlan Howard
Sally Sneakin' Sally Thru The Alley Robert Palmer 1974,
Sally Soap Sally Tommy Roe 1966,
Sally Who's In The Strawberry Patch With Sally Tony Orlando and Dawn 1970, L. Russell Brown, Irwin Levine
Sally Ann Kick That Little Foot Sally Ann Round Robin 1964, by Steve Barri and P.F. Sloan (likely)
Sally Ann Sally Ann Rufus Wainwright 1998,
Sally Ann Sally Ann (You're Such A Pretty Baby) The Cuff Links (Ron Dante) 1969, Paul Vance and Lee Pockriss
Sally Anne Sally Anne Freddie and The Dreamers 1963,
Samantha Lady Samantha Elton John 1969, a single, then on Empty Sky, written by Elton John and lyrics by Bernie Taupin
Samantha Samantha Hole    X 2010, on Nobody's Daughter (explicit)
Sandi Sandi The Cuff Links 1972, written by Paul Vance & Lee Pockriss and likely sung by Joe Cord who became the permanent lead vocalist for the Cuff Links. Thanks, Glenn.
Sandi Sandi Dick Campbell 1965 by Dick Campbell
Sandra Sandra Baby The Gleems (aka The Jaynells) 1964, also mentions Marie and Susan
Sandra Sandra Baby The Fabulons 50's doo-wop
Sandy 4th Of July, Asbury Park Bruce Springsteen 1973, Bruce Springsteen
Sandy A Little Bit For Sandy Paul Peterson 1968,
Sandy Sandy The Carpenters 1976,
Sandy Sandy Ronny and The Daytonas 1965,
Sandy Sandy Larry Hall 1959, Terry Fell. No.15
Sandy Sandy Dion and The Belmonts 1963, Dion DiMucci
Sandy Sandy (4th Of July, Asbury Park) The Hollies 1975 written by Bruce Springsteen.
Sandy Sandy (from the musical, Grease) John Travolta 1978, Jacobs and Casey, Edwin H. Morris and Co., Ensign Music Corp, Unichappell Music, Inc.
Sara Sara Starship 1985, Ina Wolf, Peter Wolf
Sara Sara Fleetwood Mac 1979, Stevie Nicks
Sara Sara Bill Champlin 1981, Bill Champlin, Alan Thicke
Sara Sara Smile Hall And Oates 1975, Daryl Hall / John Oates. No.4
Sarabeth Skin (Sarabeth) Rascal Flatts 2004, written by Doug Johnson and Joe Henry. First released as "Skin" on album Feels Like Today as a "hidden" track. Skin peaked at #2 as a single, released late 2005. No.2
Sarah Jimmy Martinez Marty Robbins 1966, on the album Saddle Tramp
Sarah Oh Sarah Sturgill Simpson    X 2016, on A Sailor's Guide to Earth
Sarah Sarah Ween    X 1992, on Pure Guava
Sarah Sarah Ray Lamontagne 2008, released on album Gossip In The Grain
Sarah Sarah Carl Anderson 1999, lyrics by Jack Murphy, music by Frank Wildhorn, for the Broadway musical, The Civil War
Sarah Sarah (v3) (or My Sarah) Thin Lizzy 1979, Phil Lynott and Gary Moore. Released on album Black Rose: A Rock Legend. Written about Lynott's infant daughter.
Sarah Sarah (Version 1) Thin Lizzy 1971, by Phil Lynott. Released on album Shades of a Blue Orphanage. Written about Lynott's grandmother.
Sarah Sarah (You Take My Breath Away) Chris Norman - Smokie 1987, written by Chris Norman. On album Shades and The Hits! From His Smokie and Solo Years (2009)
Sarah Sarah Jane Bob Dylan 1973, on album Dylan
Sarah Sarah Smiles Panic! At The Disco 2011 release on album Vices and Virtues
Sarah Sarah Yellin' 3 Doors Down 1997, on Away From The Sun
Saro Jane Saro Jane Kingston Trio 1958, on Kingston Trio Greatest Hits
Sasha For Sasha Joan Baez 1979, on album Honest Lullaby
Sasha Sasha Turnover 2011, on album Turnover
Savannah Blue Savannah Erasure 1990,
Savannah Savannah Relient K 2009 release on album Forget and Not Slow Down
Scarlet Scarlet's Walk Tori Amos 2002, on album Scarlet's Walk
Scarlett Scarlett Anydoll 2009, on Private Show EP
Scarlett Scarlett Jeda Voice    X 2012, single
Scarlett Scarlett Kissed a Sailor Andrew D. Huber 2014, on Mercury Gets a Moon
Senora Jump in the Line Harry Belafonte 1946, Jump in the Line (Shake, Senora) was written by Lord Kitchener and first recorded by Woody Herman's band in 1952
Shane Shane Liz Phair    X 1994, on album Whip-Smart. Explicit adult lyrics.
Shannon Shannon Henry Gross 1976, Henry Gross
Sharon Sharon David Bromberg 1972,
Sharon Song for Sharon Joni Mitchell 1976, on her album Hejira
Sharona My Sharona The Knack 1979, Berton Averre, Dout Fieger. No.1
Sheena Sheena Is A Punk Rocker Ramones 1977, Dee Dee Ramone, Joey Ramone, Johnny Ramone, Tommy Ramone
Sheila Little Sheila Slade 1978, Noddy Holder, Jim Lea
Sheila Oh Sheila Ready For The World 1985, Melvin Riley, Gordon Strozier, Gerald Valentine. No.1, Uk-No.1
Sheila She Sheila The Producers 1982,
Sheila Sheila Tommy Roe 1962, Tommy Roe. No.1. UK-No.3
Sheila Sheila (I want her) Marky 2008,
Sheila Sheila C Benny Mardones 1981,
Sheila Sheila Don't Remember Jude Cole    X 1995, released on album I Don't Know Why I Act This Way - adult lyrics and subject matter
Sheila Tequila Sheila Bobby Bare 1973, on album Detroit City
Sheila To Sheila Smashing Pumpkins 1998,
Shelia Shelia Atlas Sound 2009, on Logos
Shelley Some of Shelley's Blues Earl Scruggs 1970, written by Michael Nesmith
Shelly Shelly The Velons 1964,
Shelly Shelly's Winter Love Merle Haggard 1971, by Merle Haggard and recorded by The Osborne Brothers, Merle Haggard, and Lonesome River Band.
Sherri Crush'd Say Anything 2009, on Say Anything
Sherrie Oh Sherrie Steve Perry (while still a member of Journey) 1984, Steve Perry, Bill Cuomo, Randy Goodrum, Craig Krampf written about Steve Perry's girlfriend. On Perry's first solo album. No.1
Sherry Letter From Sherry Dale Ward 1963,
Sherry Shake Shake Sherry The Edsels 1961, written by Jeff Barry different song than The Contours' song.
Sherry Shake Sherry The Contours 1962, written by Berry Gordy, Jr. The Contours were a Detroit group.
Sherry Sherry The Ly-Dells doo-wap written by Hatfield - O' Lone
Sherry Sherry Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons 1962, Bob Gaudio. No.1, UK-No.8
Sherry Sherry Darling Bruce Springsteen 1980, Bruce Springsteen
Shilo Shilo Neil Diamond 1967, Neil Diamond. On album Velvet Gloves And Spit
Shirl Shirl Girl Wayne Newton 1963, written by Rudy Clark and Bobby Darin
Shirley Greetings To The New Brunette Billy Bragg 1986, on Talking with the Taxman About Poetry
Shirley Oh Shirley The Maharajahs 1958?, D. Baker and A. Leo
Shirley Oh Shirley Derrick Morgan and Patsy 1962, by Jamaican SKA artist Derric Morgan and Millicent "Patsy" Todd
Shirley Shirley The Schoolboys 1956,
Shirley Shirley L7    X 1994, from the album Hungry For Stink
Shirley Shirley John Fred and His Playboy Band 1959, written by T.Bryan and J. Gourrier. John Fred
Shirley Shirley's Song Michael and Mariana 2012, written by Michael and performed by Mariana Barreto and Michael
Shirley Jean Shirley Jean Gene Burks 1964, by G. Burks and B. King. B-side of Take My Hand
Shirley Jean Shirley Jean Rockin' Dave Allen and the Thunderbirds 1960, written by W. Price (Big Walter Price)
Shirley Jean Shirley Jean Gene Taylor 1960, written by W. Price (Big Walter Price)
Shirley Jean Shirley Jean Foghat 1974, Rock And Roll Outlaws
Shirley Jean The Official Historian On Shirley Jean Berrell The Statler Brothers 1978,
Silvia Inside Silvia Rick Springfield 1981, on Working Class Dog. This song spells her name Silvia and not Sylvia.
Simone Simone Boz Scaggs 1980, on Middle Man
Skylar Skylar's Song Vince Neil 1995, on album Carved In Stone
Sloopy Hang On Sloopy The McCoys 1965, Wes Farrell / Bert Russell
Sloopy My Girl Sloopy The Vibrations 1961, Wes Farrell / Bert Russell
Sofia Sofía Son By Four 1999, Omar Alfanno, Ángel López, Spanish lyrics
Sofia Sofía Silvia Navarrete 1998, on album Ecos de México. Instrumental, piano.
Sofia Sofía Los Rocker's de Grachico 1996, on album 30 Años (30 Years). Spanish
Sofia Sofia the First Sofia - show cast 2013, on album Sofia the First
Sonia Sonia Bianchi Flashlight Brown
Sophia All For You, Sophia Franz Ferdinand 2000,
Sophia Sophia The Rasmus    X 1997, explicit lyrics, on album Playboys
Sophia Sophia Andrea Thomas 2011, Crying Out To You
Sophia Sophia Laura Marling 2011, A Creature I Don’t Know
Sophia Sophia Dean Martin 1964, by George and Ira Gershwin, for the movie Kiss Me, Stupid
Sophie Sophie Eleanor McEvoy 1999, on album Snapshots. Sad song about a girl with Anorexia
Sophie Sophie Small Black 2013, on Limits of Desire
Sophie Sophie Liam Noble 2015, instrumental, on A Room Somewhere
Sophie Sophie Roux Lady Danville 2012, single
Spooky Spooky Classics IV 1967, Mike Shapiro, Harry Middlebrooks Jr., James Cobb, Buddy Buie
Stacey Oh Stacey (Look What You've Done!) The Zutons 2006, on album Tired Of Hanging Around
Stacey Stacey Ween    X 1990, on album God Ween Satan: The Oneness
Stacy Stacy's Mom Fountains of Wayne 2003, Chris Collingwood, Adam Schlesinger. Charted at #9 in 2003. No.21
Starla Starla Smashing Pumpkins    X 2005, ?
Stella Stella Blue The Greatful Dead 1973, from their album Wake of the Flood
Stella Stella by Starlight Ray Charles, also Ella Fitzgerald 1944, a popular Jazz instrumental by Victor Young for the movie The Uninvited. Ned Washington added the lyrics in 1946
Stephanie Stephanie The Syrens 1994, on album Firewater
Stephanie Stephanie Buckingham Nicks 1973 album called Buckingham Nicks. This instrumental piece was written and performed by Lindsey Buckingham with Stevie Nicks
Stephanie Stephanie Knows Who Love 1966,
Stephanie Stephanie Says The Velvet Underground 1985,
Stephanie Stephanie's Room Joan Baez 1976,
Stormy Stormy Classics IV / Dennis Yost 1968, Buddy Buie and James B. Cobb Jr. (aka J.R.Cobb), US No.5
Sue Ballad of Sister Sue Slowdive 1991, on Just For A Day, their debut studio album
Sue Now Sue Gerry Beckley 1999, on Van Go Gan
Sue Runaround Sue Dion and The Belmonts 1961, Dion DiMucci/ Ernie Marseca
Sue Sioux City Sue Gene Autry 1945, written by Dick Thomas and Ray Freedman. Also released by Slim Whitman and others
Sue Slue-Foot Sue multiple Slue-Foot Sue was wife of Pecos Bill in American folklore stories
Sue Sue's Gotta Be Mine Del Shannon 1963, Del Shannon
Sue Sweet Sue Just You The Mills Brothers 1932,
Sugaree Sugaree Grateful Dead 1972,
Summer A Girl Named Summer Eleven Cent Ransom 2014, on More Than Your Money's Worth. An indie band from Arkansas that mixes southern rock, folk, country, and blues
Summer A Girl Named Summer Peter King 2006, on The Road to Ubatuba
Summer My Sweet Summer Dirty Heads    X 2014, Sound Of Change (Explicit)
Sunday Sunday and Me Jay and The Americans 1965, by Neil Diamond
Sundown Sundown Gordon Lightfoot 1974, Gordon Lightfoot
Sunny Sunny Bobby Hebb 1963, Bobby Hebb
Sunny Sunny Came Home Shawn Colvin 1996, Shawn Colvin, John Leventhal
Susan A Symphony for Susan The Arbors 1966,
Susan Ballad of Susan Savage Circus 2009, on album, Of Doom and Death
Susan Black Eyed Susan Paul Westerberg 1993,
Susan Black-Eyed Susan The Jayhawks 2011, on album, Mockingbird Time
Susan Black-Eyed Susan Morrissey 1995, on album, Sunny
Susan Black-Eyed Susan Brown The Tune Wranglers 1933, written by Freeman Davis
Susan Inside Susan Pulp 1993,
Susan Lazy Susan Sweet Thing 2010, on album Dance Mother and on album Sweet Thing. By Sweet Thing, Canadian alternative rock band.
Susan Lazy Susan The Spinners 1974, on New And Improved
Susan Lazy Susan Adam Dawson 2010, on Lazy Susan
Susan My Name Is Not Susan Whitney Houston 1990,
Susan Oh No Not Susan Electric Light Orchestra (ELO) 1973, on album, On The Third Day
Susan Oh Susan Billy Burnette
Susan On Susan's Floor Gordon Lightfoot 1972, written by Shel Silverstein and Vincent Matthews
Susan Someone Is Losin' Susan Harry Reser (and others) .. - maybe 1925 or 1926
Susan Susan The Buckinghams 1967, Gary Beisbier/ James William Guercio/ Jimmy Holvay
Susan Susan Van Heusen Gilbert O'Sullivan 1971,
Susan Susan When She Tried The Statler Brothers 1975, by D. Reid
Susan Susan's House Eels 1996,
Susan Susan's Song Bob and Carole Pegg 1971, from album He Came From The Mountain
Susan Susan's Song Al Jarreau 1975,
Susan To Susan On the West Coast Waiting Donovan 1969,
Susanna Oh! Susanna many 1862, Stephen Foster
Susannah Susannah The Corsairs The Man In Black
Susanne Susanne Weezer 1995, on album Weezer
Susie Blood On The Dance Floor Michael Jackson 1976, Michael Jackson
Susie If You Knew Susie Eddie Cantor 1925 release by Eddie Cantor
Susie Susie Darlin' Robin Luke, also Tommy Roe 1957, Robin Luke
Susie Wake Up Little Susie The Everly Brothers 1958,
Susie Where's The Playground, Susie Glen Campbell 1969, Jimmy Webb
Susie (Suzie) Susie Q (aka Suzie Q) Creedence Clearwater Revival 1968, Eleanor Broadwater/ Dale Hawkins/ Stan Lewis. No.11
Suzanne Fire And Rain James Taylor 1970, by James Taylor
Suzanne Help Me, Suzanne Rhett Miller 2006, on album The Believer
Suzanne I Love You, Suzanne Lou Reed 1984, by Lou Reed, on New Sensations. UK#78
Suzanne Sorry Suzanne The Hollies 1964, Tony Macaulay, Geoff Stephens
Suzanne Suzanne Journey 1986, written by Jonathan Cain and Steve Perry, on Raised On Radio
Suzanne Suzanne (Every Night When the Sun Goes Down) Harry Belafonte 1956, Belafonte-M.Thomas (Film, Bright Road)
Suzanne Suzanne (Takes You Down) Leonard Cohen 1967, written by Leonard Cohen, Harrison's recording charted at number 56. The song was also recorded by Bob Dylan, Judy Collins, and others
Suzanne Suzanne And The Jewels John Mellencamp 1993, on Human Wheels
Suzanne Sweet Suzanne The Skee Brothers 1958,
Suzanne Sweet Suzanne Buzzin' Cousins: John Mellencamp, Dwight Yoakam, John Prine, Joe Ely, James McMurtry 1992, by John Mellencamp for movie Falling From Grace
Suzanne Sweet Suzanne Rudy Vallee 1929, written by Edgar Leslie, Jos. G. Gilbert. On album What Is There To Say
Suzette Suzette Dany Brillant 1991, French lyrics
Suzie Crocodile Rock Elton John 1972,
Suzie Lonesome Suzie The Band 1968 written and sung by Richard Manuel, on album Big Pink
Suzie Sly Suzie Brewn' 2011, on Rusted On
Suzie Suzie Baby Bobby Vee and The Shadows 1959, Bobby Vee was born Robert Velline. Bobby was 15 years old when he formed The Shadows and soon after released this as their 1st single
Suzie That's My Little Suzie Ritchie Valens 1959,
Suzy I Was Made To Love Her Stevie Wonder 1967, by Stevie Wonder - reportedly based on true events for him.
Suzy Suzy Snowflake Rosemary Clooney 1951, written by Sid Tepper and Roy C. Bennett
Sweet Pea Sweet Pea Amos Lee 2006, on Supply And Demand
Sweet Pea Sweet Pea Tommy Roe 1966, ... Charted to number 8.
Sydney Sydney Caravan Palace 2012, on Panic
Sydney Sydney (I'll Come Running) Brett Dennen 2011, The Definitive Collection
Sylvia Love Is Strange Mickey and Sylvia 1957, by Mickey Baker and Sylvia Robinson
Sylvia Sylvia Pulp 1998, on This Is Hardcore
Sylvia Sylvia Elvis Presley 1970, Geoff Stephens and Les Reed - on Forgotten Songs of the 70's and Thats the Way It Is.
Sylvia Sylvia Robert Merrill 1914, Oley Speaks, Clinton Scollard
Sylvia Sylvia Focus 1973, instrumental
Sylvia Sylvia Plath Ryan Adams 2001,
Sylvia Sylvia's Mother Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show 1967, Shel Silverstein, based on a failed relationship he had with a woman named Sylvia Pandolfi.
Sylvie Sylvie (Bring Me Li'l Water, Silvy) The Weavers 1953 ? Huddie Leadbetter-Paul Campbell. Harry Belafonte also recorded a nice version of this song.
Tammy Tammy Debbie Reynolds 1957, Jay Livingston and Ray Evans, 1957 #1 Hit from movie Tammy and the Bachelor
Tangerine Tangerine Led Zeppelin 1970,
Tangerine Tangerine Jimmy Dorsey 1942, written by Johnny Mercer and Victor Schertzinger for the movie The Fleet's In. The song is about a woman from south of the boarder
Tara Oh Tara Joey Lewis 2012,
Tara Oh Tara The Knack 1979, from their album Get The Knack
Tara Tara, I'm Terrible The Rocket Summer 2010, on Of Men And Angels
Taylor Taylor Jack Johnson 2003, Jack Johnson, from the album On And On
Tela Tela Phish 1987, by written by Trey Anastasio. Released on album The Man Who Stepped Into Yesterday.
Tennessee Girl Named Tennessee NEEDTOBREATHE 2009, NEEDTOBREATHE from album The Outsiders
Teresa Teresa Eddie Cochran 1958 ?
Teresa Teresa Dick Haymes and The Andrews Sisters 1948, later sung by Johnny Moore's Three Blazers and also Les Paul and Mary Ford in 1949
Terry Backstreets Bruce Springsteen 1975, Bruce Springsteen
Terry Zero And Blind Terry Bruce Springsteen 1998, Bruce Springsteen
Tess Tess Peter LeMarc 1995, released on album Bok Med Blanka Sidor (Book with blank pages, Swedish)
Tessie Tessie Dropkick Murphys 2004, on album Tessie
Tiffany Breakfast At Tiffany's Deep Blue Something 1995, Todd Pipes
Tiger Lily Tiger Lily, What's Up? The Second Band 2004, on What's Up, Tiger Lily
Tigerlily Tigerlily La Roux 2009, on album La Roux
Tina Tina Tony and The Raindrops ..
Tina Tina The Tokens 1961, the "B Side" of Lion Sleeps Tonight
Tina Tina The Easy Riders 1957, Boudleaux Bryant, Felice Bryant
Tina Tina Frank Sinatra
Tina Tina Flyleaf 2006, on Memento Mori
Tina Tina Cherry Georgio 1987, ..
Tina Tina Toledo's Street Walkin' Blues Ryan Adams 2001,
Tina Marie Tina Marie Perry Como 1955, Bob Merrill
Tina, and Susan Rumors Timex Social Club 1986, Songwriters: Keith Sweat / David Macphearson / Gazner Hughes / Tanyatta Martinez
Tootsie Toot Toot Tootsie Good Bye Al Jolson, and many others sung by Dean Martin, Jerry Lee Lewis and others
Tracy Tracy The Cuff Links (Ron Dante) 1969, Lee Pockriss / Paul Vance and featuring Ron Dante's voice (of The Archies and The Detergents). No.9, UK-No.4
Tracy Tracy's Theme Spencer Ross (Robert Mersey) 1959, instrumental by Robert Ascher for TV production of The Philadelphia Story, also theme from a Summer Place
Tristessa Tristessa Smashing Pumpkins 1990, on Gish
Trudy Miss Trudy Gorky's Zygotic Mynci 1995, on album Bwyd Time
Tuesday Tuesday Servando 2011, Brian Constantine / Servando Gereau, on album Servando
Ulla Ulla! Min Ulla! Säj får jag dig bjuda Cornelis Vreeswijk and others 1790, Carl Michael Bellman (Swedish lyrics).
Ursula Ursula (The Swansea Song) Barclay James Harvest 1972,
Ursula Ursula Finally Has Tits The Queers    X 1993, on album Love Songs For The Retarded
Valentina Valentina The Hunts 2015, on Those Younger Days
Valentina Valentina Alaska Thunderfuck 2017, combination of English and Spanish
Valentina Valentina Shane Monopoli (feat. Robby X) 2017, Shane Monopoli (feat. Robby X)
Valentina Valentina Prince 2009, on MPLSound, writen by Prince Rogers Nelson.
Valentine My Valentine Paul McCartney 2011, on album Kisses On The Bottom
Valentine Valentine Shawn Mullins 2000, on album Beneath The Velvet Sun
Valerie First Episode At Hienton Elton John 1970 released on album Elton John and written by Elton and Bernie Taupin
Valerie Valerie The Weeknd 2012, by Abel Tesfaye, McKinney, and Montagnese. The bonus track on the 2nd disc (Thursday) of Trilogy album
Valerie Valerie The Mello-Kings 1958,
Valerie Valerie Jackie and The Starlites 1960, by Jackie and The Starlites, this very soulful, emotional doo-wop song was their only hit recording.
Valerie Valerie The Zutons, also Amy Winehouse 2006, by The Zutons, Dave McCabe, released on the Zuton's album Tired Of Hanging Around. Later covered by Amy Winehouse and also One Direction. Uk-No.2
Valerie Valerie Steve Winwood 1982, Will Jennings and Steve Winwood
Valerie Valerie Loves Me Material Issue 1991, charted at No.3
Valleri Valleri The Monkees 1968, Tommy Boyce / Bobby Hart. No.3 UK-No.12
Vanessa Vanessa Ted Heath & His Music 1952, instrumental
Vanessa Vanessa Kara's Flowers (later known as Maroon 5) 1997, .., apparently an unreleased track
Vanessa Vanessa BlackSmith Country Band 2008, on album BlackSmith. This band is from Brazil.
Velouria Velouria The Pixies 1990, Also included on the 1998 album Bossanova. No.4
Venus Venus Shocking Blue 1969,
Venus Venus Frankie Avalon 1959, Edward Marshall
Venus Venus In Blue Jeans Jimmy Clanton 1962, Howard Greenfield, Jack Keller
Venus Venus In Overdrive Rick Springfield 2008, on album Venus In Overdrive
Vera Vera Pink Floyd 1979, on album The Wall, source of the 1982 British movie, The Wall; screenplay by Pink Floyd and Roger Waters. Reference is to Vera Lynn.
Veronica For Veronica Sake Alice Cooper 1978, written by Alice Cooper, Dick Wagner, and Bernie Taupin; on From The Inside
Veronica In Veronica's Head Rick Springfield 1999 release on album Karma
Veronica Veronica Elvis Costello 1989, Elvis Costello / Paul McCartney. On album Spike. US-No.1. UK-No.31
Veronica Veronica Hates Me Screeching Weasel 1991, from the album My Brain Hurts
Veronica West Side Story Lyte Funkie Ones (LFO) 1999, Brad Young, Dow Brain, and Rich Cronin on album LFO. Lyrics by Richard Burton Cronin for his girlfriend
Vicki Vicki Secrets Kevin Michael 2007, on album Kevin Michael
Vicki Vicki Waiting Prince    X 1989, on the Batman album
Vicky Tell Vicky All Systems Go! 2002, on Mon Chi Chi, by the Canadian punk rock group
Vicky Vicky Verky Squeeze 1981, on Argybargy
Victoria Victoria John Mayer 1999, on Inside Wants Out
Victoria Victoria Old 97's 1995, on Wreck your Life
Victoria Victoria The Kinks 1969, Ray Davies. The reference is to Queen Victoria.
Victoria Victoria Jukebox The Ghost 2010 from the album Let Live and Let Ghosts
Victoria What's Victoria's Secret? Rick Springfield 2008, release on album Venus In Overdrive
Vidalia Vidalia Sammy Kershaw 1996, Tim Nichols, Mark D. Sanders. No.10
Violet My Shy Violet The Mills Brothers 1968,
Violet Violet Foolproof 2020, by Foolproof
Virginia Leave Virginia Alone Rod Stewart 1995, ..
Virginia Meet Virginia Train 1995, charted at No.15
Virginia Only The Good Die Young Billy Joel 1977, by Billy Joel
Virginia Sweet Virginia Rolling Stones    X 1972, released on Exile On Main Street. UK
Virginia Virginia Prism 1979, on album Armageddon
Virginia Virginia Bill Amesbury 1974, Bill Amesbury
Virginia Virginia Plain Roxy Music 1972,
Virginia Virginia Plain Bryan Ferry Orchestra 1972,
Vivian Vivian Delta Spirit 2010, on History from Below
Vivienne Vivienne Pete Townshend 1982, on bonus track #12 of the album All The Best Cowboys Have Chinese Eyes
Vivienne Vivienne's A Good Girl Messengers 1969, on Messengers album
Wendy Born to Run Bruce Springsteen 1975, Bruce Springsteen
Wendy Bring Back Wendy The Elegants 1965, written by Adams - Kusik, sad song about memory loss
Wendy Tomorrow, Wendy Concrete Blonde 1996, …very sad song
Wendy Wendy The Beach Boys 1964, Brian Wilson and Mike Love. No.44
Wendy Wendy Peter Pan and the Lost Boys 1954, Carolyn Leigh and Mark Charlap, 1954 Broadway musical Peter Pan
Wendy Wendy Wendy The Four Coins 1958, Burt Bacharach
Wilhelmina Wilhelmina Betty Grable 1950, by Mack Gordon and Josef Myrow. From the 1950 movie Wabash Avenue
Wilhelmina Wilhelmina Peter Hammill 1974, on album, The Silent Corner And Empty Stage
Willow Willow Is A Player Will Smith 2001, Born To Reign
Windy Windy Paul Gayten 1958, instrumental
Windy Windy The Association 1967, Ruthann Friedman
Winona Winona Matthew Sweet 1991,on album, Girlfriend
Winter Dear Winter AJR    X 2019, by AJR (Jack and Ryan Met), singing about his imaginary, non-existent but planned future child
Wynona Wynona's Big Brown Beaver Primus    X 1995, on Tales From The Punchbowl (explicit)
Xena Xena: The Warrior Princess Daniel Caine Orchestra 1996, from the TV series
Yoko Be My Yoko Ono Barenaked Ladies 1989, Steven Page and Ed Robertson; first appeared on 1989 demo tape, Buck Naked
Yoko Oh Yoko John Lennon 1971, John Lennon
Yoko Whole Lotta Yoko Yoko Ono 1995,
Yoshimi Yoshimi Battles The Pink Robots, Pts 1and2 The Flaming Lips 2002,
Yvonne Yvonne Marshall Crenshaw 1985, from album Downtown
Yvonne Yvonne Al Tigro 1966, Al Tigro
Yvonne Yvonne's The One 10CC 1995. written by Paul McCartney, released by 10CC in 1995 on their last album, Mirror Mirror
Zelda Beautiful Zelda The Bonzo Dog Band 1968, on The Doughnut in Granny's Greenhouse
Zelda Zelda Pete Townshend 1983, on album Scoop
Zerlene Zerlene Gene and Billy 1955,
Zoe Zoe Eminem    X 1999, adult lyrics; "Zoe" is the "Bitch" song renamed on the "clean version" of The Slim Shady LP
Zoe Zoe Jane Staind    X Released on The Singles 1996-2006.
Zula Song for Zula Phosphorescent 2013, by Phosphorescent, on album Muchacho
Zuzu Zuzu's Petals Tex Smith 2010, on To A Bird Singing Woe
Multiple Names 88 Lines About 44 Women The Nails    X 1981, Names include Amaranda, Reno, Zilla, Xylla, Seattle, Nina, Rhonda, Pauline, Sarah, Rowena, Dee Dee, Eloise, Robin, etc
Multiple Names All My Ex's Live In Texas George Strait 1987, includes names Rosanna, Eileen, Allison, Dimples
Multiple Names Butter A Tribe Called Quest 1991, Written by Q-Tip, Phife Dawg & Ali Shaheed Muhammad, on Album The Low End Theory, names include Flo, Tonya, Tamika, Sharon, Karen, Tina, Stacy, Julie, Tracy
Multiple Names Dianalee Nerf Herder 2008, on album Nerf Herder IV, includes names Lulu, Analee, Jenny, Remmy, Kelly, Stephanie, Diana.
Multiple Names Freek-A-Leek Petey Pablo    X 2004, Multiple girls names. No.7
Multiple Names Holly, Carol, Candy & Joy JD McPherson 2018, by JD McPherson, on album Socks, a fun song about Holly, Carol, Candy & Joy
Multiple Names Mambo No. 5 (A little Bit Of) Lou Bega 1999, Zippy, Lou Bega, Perez Prado. Multiple girls names including Monica, Angela, Pamela, Rita, Erica, Rita, Tina, Sandra, Mary, Jessica
Multiple Names Porn Star Dancing My Darkest Days    X 2010, Names include Amanda, Brandy, Cassandra, Jessica, Kelly, Mandy, Miranda, Stacy
Multiple Names Song For Whoever Beautiful South 1989, by Paul Heaton and David Rotheray, on Welcome To The Beautiful South, names include Shirley, Deborah, Julie, Jane, Jennifer, Alison, Phillipa, Sue, Annabel, Cathy
Multiple Names That's Not My Name The Ting Tings 2008, on album We Started Nothing. written by Katie White and Jules De Martino. Names include Stacy, Jane, Mary, Jo, Lisa
Multiple Names The Name Game Shirley Ellis 1964, by Shirley Ellis and Lincoln Chase. Names include Shirley, Lincoln, and Marsha
Multiple Names The Wanderer Dion and The Belmonts 1961, by Ernie Maresca. Girl's names include Flo, Mary, Janie, and Rosie
Multiple Names What's Your Name Don and Juan 1962, lyrics by Claude Johnson (aka Juan). Names include Mary and Sue
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