Rod Stewart once revealed that his hit song "Maggie May" had been inspired by "one of the first if not the first woman I ever loved." Maggie May, however, was not her real name. It had been used for lyrical reasons -- and because, as Stewart explained, "I forget what her name was."
["The singer Rod Stewart" is an anagram of "shattered songwriter."]
[Rod Stewart, famed for his ultra-skin-tight pants, was once described by a critic as "a tuning fork with a mullet."]