Strolling down Simon Le Bon Gardens or Elton John Avenue would be bliss for some fans of the rock stars.
However residents have overwhelmingly rejected the idea of having Harrow streets named after celebrities.
In December the Observer revealed the Local Government Network was encouraging local authorities to celebrate their homegrown heroes by immortalising them in street and place names.
A poll on our website showed people in the borough were not taken by the idea.
Sixty per cent of people polled voted no to Elton John Avenue, while 39 per cent wanted the rocket man to be honoured.
Harrow's claim to fame is Sir Elton was born at 55 Pinner Hill Road, Pinner on March 25, 1947.
Martin Verden, chairman of the Harrow Heritage Trust, said: "I would not support it.
"I personally think roads should be named after the area or place, like Chapel Lane - where there used to be a number of chapels.
"The names should be something that bring a smile to your face."
Daniela Murgia, from Harrow, said: "I think Simon Le Bon should have a street named after him."
The Duran Duran star attended Pinner County Grammar school and also worked as a theatre porter in Northwick Park Hospital, in Watford Road.
Councillor Susan Hall (Conservative) said the council would not want to rename existing roads due to the financial inconvenience.
The deputy leader said: "It is interesting, if people say they do not want this loud and clear we will listen to them.
"It is up to new developers what they name their streets, but the council gets the final say and we are mindful of what our residents think."
Celebrity street name suggestions
Bob Holness Parade
Simon Le Bon Road
Kate Nash Grove
Peter Andre Circle
Billy Idol Close