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Inez and Bobby: 17 baby names inspired by Taylor Swift lyrics

Miss Americana has released yet another stellar album full of romantic narratives. Taylor Swift has always had the ability to create actual characters within her songs and we would love to meet all of them. If you are a Swifty AND a mum, this list is made for you. Here are seventeen names inspired by the lyrical genius that is Taylor Swift:

1. Tim

‘If you think Tim McGraw, I hope you think my favourite song’

Song: ‘Tim McGraw’

Album: Taylor Swift (2006)

2. Drew

‘Drew looks at me, I fake a smile, so he won’t see’ –

Song: ‘Teardrops on My Guitar’

Album: Taylor Swift (2006)

3. Cory

‘Cory’s eyes are like the jungle, his smile is like the radio’

Song: ‘Stay Beautiful’

Album: Taylor Swift (2006)

4. Mary

Song: ‘Mary’s Song (Oh My My My)’

Album: Taylor Swift (2006)

5. Abigail

‘You sit in class next to a redhead named Abigail and soon enough you’re best friends’

Song: ‘Fifteen’

Album: Fearless (2008)

6. Romeo

‘Romeo, take me somewhere we can be alone’

Song: ‘Love Story’

Album: Fearless (2008)

7. Juliet

‘Marry me Juliet, you’ll never have to be alone’

Song: ‘Love Story’

Album: Fearless (2008)

8. Stephen

‘Hey Stephen, I know looks can be deceivin’ but I know I saw a light in you’

Song: ‘Hey Stephen’

Album: Fearless (2008)

9. John

‘Dear John, I see it all now that you're gone.’

Song: ‘Dear John’

Album: Speak Now (2010)

10. Grace

‘This is a state of grace’

Song: ‘State of Grace ’

Album: Red (2012)

11. Bobby

‘I met Bobby on the boardwalk, summer of '45’

Song: ‘Starlight’

Album: Red (2012)

12. Leo

‘I’d be just like Leo in St Tropez’

Song: ‘The Man’

Album: Lover (2019)

13. Drake

‘I couldn't get away from you in my feelings more than Drake’

Song: ‘ I forgot you existed ’

Album: Lover (2019)

14. Rebekah

‘Rebekah rode up on the afternoon train, it was sunny

Song: ‘The Last Great American Dynasty’

Album: Folklore (2020)

15. Betty

‘Betty I won’t make assumptions about why you switched your homeroom, but I think it's 'cause of me’

Song: ‘Betty’

Album: Folklore (2020)

16. Inez

‘You heard the rumours from Inez, you can’t believe a word she says’

Song: ‘Betty’

Album: Folklore (2020)

17. James

‘She said, James, get in my car’

Song: ‘Betty’

Album: Folklore (2020)

With her daughter Evie as her muse, Anna writes about mumhood and all its intersections from mental health to movies, social issues to pop culture. Anna lives in Dublin with her daughter, partner, three younger sisters and parents. She is a dreadful cook, a fair guitar player and thinks caffeine should be given as a yearly vaccine to parents - courtesy of the HSE.

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