Sure everyone remembers the songwriters—and why shouldn’t they? Those talented artists paint pictures with sound, composing poetry to move us, body and soul. However, as monumental as their sonic creations may be, songwriters would be nothing without the inspiration of those whose lives serendipitously intersected their own. So who are these immortal characters lucky enough to live forever in song? Read on to meet some of music’s most memorable muses.
Angela Bowie inspired The Rolling Stones’ “Angie.”
Everywhere I look I see your eyes/There ain’t a woman that comes close to you/Come on baby, dry your eyes/But Angie, Angie, ain’t it good to be alive?/Angie, Angie, they can’t say we never tried…
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