Girls Name SongsWelcome to girls name songs or songs named after a girl or woman, the site dedicated to songs with girls’ names in the title or in the lyrics about girls or women with that name. Our song list page has over 2,000 songs with hundreds of girl's names in the most comprehensive list of songs about girls names or about a girl or woman with that name! Click the link below for the best list of songs about a girl or woman whose name is...
Over 2000 songs with girl's names!
Check out the list of most popular female Baby Names the top 50 baby girl names for babies born in the USA. Each of the baby names link to a related song or songs for that name. Then, for your consideration, please review our Top 40 list of the best love songs with a woman's name in the title. The best, most complete list of girls name songs with girls' names in the song title or songs about a woman or girl with the name. That's our goal!
Featured Song Story *Maybe you remember the instrumental song, Angela, although you might not have known the name. It was written by Bob James in 1978, and it was the theme song for the TV show, Taxi. The song was named after a character in the third episode, season one. The producers liked it and replaced their original theme song choice, Touchdown, also written by Bob James and the name of his album featuring both songs. The theme song change was made before the first episode aired, so “Angela” is the only theme you heard.
A picture is worth a thousand words, and so are songs. They are the artistic medium for creative genius expressed in music instead of oil and canvas. Songs take us back to memories of people, places, and circumstances thought lost but now revived by the magic of music.
Our list includes many excellent instrumental songs. Don’t think they are any less meaningful without lyrics. These songs evoke images and arouse feelings that can be just as strong as those from lyrical songs. The instrumentals on our list include Jessica by Allman Brothers Band, and how about another great guitar presentation in 1973 from Buckingham Nicks: Stephanie. The visual memory is invoked when the song was used in a movie or show like Tracy's Theme in the 1959 TV production, The Philadelphia Story. The song was written by Robert Mersey under the pseudonym Spencer Ross. Known for the haunting saxaphone melody Tracy's Theme, was a big hit in 1959 and 1960.
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The top 40 songs with a
Top 40 songs named after girls, with female names in the title. This list only includes songs of love and affection for that special girl, wife, mother, sister, friend, lover or wannabe lover. Without regard to genre (Rock, R&B, Country, Punk, Rap, etc) each of these songs became a chart topping hit; all but a few were top ten songs and many were number 1 hits! These love songs all have a woman's first name in the title and it is a song about her; not about a place, animal, thing, road, car or boat. Song titles only have first names, no last names and none with multiple names. Here’s our list of the top 40 best love songs with a girl’s name in the title!
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Girls Name Songs BlogMy thoughts and comments*
What is so special about girls name songs? Who writes such a song and why? These are songs written about a friend, mother, sister, daughter, wife, girlfriend or any girl or woman we care about. Someone cared enough about this girl to write a song about her.
Is there anything more important than music written about a key person in our life; a person we admire, love, despise or cherish? Sure, some of these songs are just plain fun or silly, but usually they are written about real people and real strong feelings. Listen to Steve Perry singing Oh Sherrie.
I first became interested in this kind of song as a young teenager. I remember feeling the pain of unrequited love when Paul Anka sang about his yearning for Diana in 1957. And I remember the heart-break sadness of Ray Peterson in 1960 who sang Tell Laura I Love Her
And just like when we read a book, watch a movie, or listen to a story, these songs touch our hearts. We can easily relate to the words and feelings of the song; we feel the love. We smile, sigh, and cry right along with the singer.
I hope you enjoy this list of songs and please feel free to email me with suggestions for songs I missed or corrections to anything I post.
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