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10 Lyrical Baby Boy Names Inspired By Songs

1. Buddy

(Holly) The Weezer song was released in 1994, an upbeat homage to the 1950’s rock star.

2. Daniel

Elton John’s 1973 hit was written about the events that unfolded during the Vietnam war.

3. Fernando

Abba released this song (their most successful) in 1976. It refers to war although it is not clear which war.

4. Jude

(Hey Jude) The Beatles released Hey Jude in 1968 and it was written by Paul McCartney as a comfort for John Lennon’s son when his parents were getting a divorce.

5. Louie

(Louie) The Kingsmen released this song in 1964 and it was investigated by the FBI when it was alleged that the lyrics were pornographic.

6. Milo

Bowling for Soup released Milo is 2006, its meaning isn’t widely known.

7. Jeremy

Pearl Jam. The meaning is not the most pleasant; it is about a teenager who kills himself at school to get back at his tormenters.

8. Andy

(Warhol) The 1971 David Bowie hit was written about David himself and was a way for him to make some sense of his thoughts, a decluttering process so to speak.

9. Johnny

(B Good) Chuck Berry. Written in 1958, the song is said to be about a piano player and even more so about music in general.

10. Sam

(Sam’s Town) The Killers wrote this song in 2008 as a tribute to all things American.

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Jenny Sherlock is a working mom of three children, aged 9, 5 and the youngest arrived in January this year. She is a civil servant and a freelance writer. She enjoys art, reading, music and good food. She gives an honest account of the rollercoaster that is parenting, warts and all! Check out her blog seriouslymammy.wordpress.com for more!

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