Top 10 Classic Punk Songs with a Woman s Name in the Title

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Janie Jones" by The Clash: A track from The Clash's self-titled debut album, "Janie Jones" pays homage to the iconic manager of The Sex Pistols.

Elenore" by The Turtles: While not strictly a punk band, The Turtles' "Elenore" (1968) displays punk-inspired simplicity and catchy melodies.

Sheena Is a Punk Rocker" by Ramones: Released in 1977, this song showcases the Ramones' signature sound, celebrating the rebellious spirit of Sheena.

Lola" by The Kinks: While not punk in the strict sense, The Kinks' "Lola" (1970) reflects punk's themes of rebellion.

Valerie Loves Me" by Material Issue: Released in 1991, this song showcases the blend of punk and power pop that defined Material Issue's sound.

Nikki and The Corvettes" by Nikki and The Corvettes: The eponymous track from this all-female punk band's 1980 album embodies the punk attitude of the era.

Gloria" by Patti Smith: From her debut album "Horses" (1975), Patti Smith's "Gloria" is a powerful and poetic anthem that helped define punk's artistic expression.

Debaser" by Pixies: Part of Pixies' iconic album "Doolittle" (1989), "Debaser" showcases their unique and influential blend of punk and alternative rock.

Peggy Sue" by Buddy Holly: Although originating from the '50s, this rock 'n' roll classic has influenced numerous punk bands and continues to be celebrated.

Gloria" by The Doors: Originally by Van Morrison but covered by The Doors in their debut album, the song exudes the essence of punk's rawness.

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