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Vaporman87
It's probably just that I don't listen to basically ANY new music, but does it seem like there are very few songs anymore that are dedicated to someone by virtue of their name being prominently written in to the song?  Here are merely a few of those that I know were fairly well played on the radio...




I love that that video has Rebecca De Mornay acting like a fool. So corny.

Also this...



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Mr Magic
"Gina" by Blues Traveler.


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Vaporman87
This song I played quite a bit in my youth, as I had a crush on a girl in my school named Penny...


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massreality
I just listened to Sara the other day on YouTube. Talk about a song time forgot. You never hear it anywhere. I forgot it existed.
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Mr Magic
"Hey Jude" by The Beatles.
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Vaporman87
massreality wrote :

I just listened to Sara the other day on YouTube. Talk about a song time forgot. You never hear it anywhere. I forgot it existed.
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I had heard it on the 80's on 8 on SiriusXM. That's what reminded of it.

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vkimo
Whoa, now that you mention it I can't think of one. I'm sure if I looked it up there would be something. My favorite is Rod Stewart's Mandy though...
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NLogan
I remember hearing Sara while riding on the bus to a field trip in elementary school while reading a comic Heroes for Hope X-men and turning around to mouth the lyrics to Sarah the girl sitting behind me.

I second Billy Jean by Michael Jackson and Penny Lover by Lionel Richie.

I submit for your approval:

Rosanna by Toto





Oh Sherrie by Steve Perry





Mrs. Robinson by Simon and Garfunkel





Susie Q by Creedence Clearwater Revival







Ana Ng by They Might Be Giants

 



Gloria by Laura Branigan







Runners up:

Rikki Don't Lose that Number by Steely Dan
Sister Christian by Night Ranger
Mustang Sally by Wilson Pickett
Amanda by Boston
Lay Down Sally by Eric Clapton
Sweet Caroline by Neil Diamond that is permanently burned into my brain thanks a lot mom
Joanna by Kool and the Gang
Sandy by John Travolta in Grease
Annie's Song by John Denver
Lola by the Kinks
Stuck in a closet with Vanna White by Weird Al Yankovic
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