? asked in Entertainment & MusicMusicBlues · 1 decade ago

Could you tell me blues songs including a female name in their title?

7 Answers

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
    Favorite Answer

    Layla, Alberta and Lay down Sally - by Eric Clapton

    Mollena, Jacqueline and Carina - by James Hunter

    Angelina and Rita - by Keb' Mo'

    Bethany Janes and Katrina was here - by Bryan Lee

    Betty Sue - by Delgado Brothers

    Carol - Magic slim & The teardrops

    Billy Jean - by Mel Brown & The Homewreckers

    Ella Mae - Jamie Wood

    Ella Roo Blues - Kurt Crandall

    Jezebel - Kid Andersen

    Josephine - Eric Lindell

    Kate and Louise - by Barbeque Bob & The Spareribs

    Sonja - by Jason Ricci & New Blood

    Little Martha and Melissa - by Allman Brothers

    my little Linda and Nora Mae - by Elmore James

    Sadie - Hound Dog Taylor

    Lucille - BB King

    Lizzy - Bradleys Circus

    Louella - Marcia Ball

    Maggies Farm - Bob Dylan

    Mary Ann - Colin James

    Mary don't you weep - trad. by Buddaheads

    Mathilda - Fabulous Thunderbirds

    Maybellene and Carol by Chuck Berry

    Mona - by Bo Diddley

    Oh Louise, Mary Joe and Vicky - by Igor Prado Band feat. Sugar Ray

    Sally like to run Isis - by Popa Chubby

    Susie Q. - by Dale Hawkins

    Virginia - Radio Kings

    Cleao's mood - Barrelhouse Chuck

    Corbella - Dennis Gruenling

    Corrine, Corrina - Flattop Tom

    Fannie Mae - by Coco Montoya

    hey Juanita - David Gogo

    Jessie Mae - Delta Moon

    Lady Margret - Frank Ace

    Little Sheba - Rick Vito

    Marianne - Hilltoppers

    Mary had a little Lamb - Stevie Ray Vaughan

    Oh Diana and Sara - by Fleetwood Mac

    oh sweet Mary - Janis Joplin

    oh Susanne - Paul Orta

    Sally Sue Brown - Johnny Hoy & The Bluefish

    Tipitina - Mitch Woods

    Washboard Lisa - Grayson Capps

    Source(s): collector of Names
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  • Anonymous
    4 years ago

    Female Name Songs

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  • Eric T
    Lv 5
    1 decade ago

    Lucielle-BB King

    Nadine-Chuck Berry

    Francine-ZZ Top

    Corina Corina-Muddy Waters

    Two Janes-Los Lobos

    Three Girls Named Molly-Johnny Otis

    Lulubelle's Here-JB Hutto

    Sadie-Hound Dog Taylor

    Baby Ruth-Delbert McClinton

    Mustang Sally- Wilson Pickett (choose Buddy Guy's cover)

    Sally Mae-John Lee Hooker

    Polk Salad Annie-Tony joe White

    Work With Annie, Annie Had A Baby,etc. Hank Ballard

    Miss Ann-Little Richard (choose Johnny Winter's cover)

    The Blues Had A Baby and They Named It Rock and Roll - Muddy Waters

    there are many more

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  • Kman
    Lv 6
    1 decade ago

    "Fannie Mae"- Numerous Artists

    "Roberta Blues" - Lil' Son Jackson

    "Maggie Campbell" - Robert Nighthawk

    "Rosalie" - Lonesome Jimmy Lee Robinson

    "Look Out, Mabel" - G. L. Crockett

    "Linda Lu" -Ray Sharpe

    "Mary Helen" - Harmonica Slim

    "Minnie's Blues" - Hammie Nixon

    "Frankie and Johnnie" - Mississippi John Hurt

    "Poor Black Mattie" - R. L. Burnside

    As an aside - Clapton was inspired by the tale of "Layla & Majnun" written by the Persian poet Ganjavi. The story of a young man who goes mad because the father of his true love, Layla, forbids her from marrying him.

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  • 1 decade ago

    "Caldonia" by Louis Jordan, "Crow Jane" by Skip James.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Layla by Eric Clapton.

    It's actually the name of his dog, who was a girl.... :P

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  • 1 decade ago

    Angel of the Morning - many covers. :)

    Source(s): Who the fvck is Alice?
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