I have never liked songs with my name.
Ok, in high school, a guy whom I thought was cute wrote the lyrics to the chorus of that "Suzy-Q, baby I love you" song, one line at a time, on a bunch of pages of my yearbook in the lower right corner so that one could flip through and read the song line by line.
That was ok. I mean, he didn't love me, he was just being silly, but it was still highly acceptable.
And "Goin' Over to Susan's House ('cuz I can't be alone tonight)" by the Eels is the only song with my name in it I actually like, and the song has very little to do with Susan and is hella depressing.
And then there's "A boy named Sue," and I don't know if that counts or not.
But I'm not a fan of say, "Runaround Sue," "Ol' Suzannah" and, goodness knows, "Wake up litte Suzy"
But they aren't particularly complimentary to the ladies being sung about, and they weren't written about me.
I guess that's the difference between my, at best, ambivalence about Susan songs and the reaction of the real Peggy Sue