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Most Popular Songs About “P” Girls

Abbey Road, Girls Names, Steely Dan

The letter P is commonly associated with the names of sports teams, especially those in the state of Pennsylvania. From there we get the Pirates, Penguins, Phillies and Panthers. From other states we get the Pacers, Packers, and Predators.

The letter also begins quite a few of the best girls’ names, either with the hard P sound or the softer one formed before an H. here is a list of the most popular song titles featuring girls whose names start with P.

Peggy Sue” by Buddy Holly: The original punk rocker had many hits before his tragic demise, including this classic.

Peg” by Steely Dan: The first single may not be the best track from the Aja album, but it still exemplifies the quirky jazz-pop of Donald Fagen and Walter Becker.

“Dear Prudence” by The Beatles: John Lennon’s first track from the White Album is carried by a beautiful guitar riff and his sweet tenor.

Pearl ‘n’ Roy” by Mott the Hoople: One of the lesser-known selections from the Hoople album, this tribute to a young working class couple is characteristic of Ian Hunter at his peak.

“Pandora’s Box” by Aerosmith: “Same Old Song and Dance” and “Train Kept a Rollin'” received more airplay, but Steven Tyler’s sneering vocals made this track the standout from Get Your Wings.

Polythene Pam” by The Beatles: Lennon wrote this song for the sister of “Mean Mister Mustard,” one of the many characters who reside on Abbey Road.

“Penelope” by Of Montreal: The popular indie band turns these stream-of-conscious, Dylanesque lyrics into a pop gem.

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“Oh, Patty” by Alphaville: This pop ode is as catchy as anything else in the discography of the 80s alternative group.

Polly” by Nirvana: This track from Nevermind strays from the heavy grunge forever associated with Kurt Cobain’s band.

Phoebe” by the Crash: The tender lyrics about a breakup make this a timeless song by the late alternative band.

“Penny” by Night Ranger: The lyrics about an easy girl have a double meaning, especially in lines like “In the dead of night, you ought to give yourself a hand.”

Patricia” by the Mighty Mighty Bosstones: The girl’s name is not mentioned outside the title, which makes it similar to the group’s biggest hit “The Impression I Get (Never Had to Knock on Wood).

“Priscilla” by Meatloaf: Though not as enduring as “Two Out of Three Ain’t Bad” or “Paradise by the Dashboard Light,” this pop gem ranks among the best in the big guy’s catalogue.

“Portia” by Throwing Muses: This female-led alternative band never quite topped the charts, but they did record quality pop songs like this one.

“Pocahontas” by Neil Young: the folk-rock legend recorded this classic for the acoustic side of the Rust Never Sleeps album.