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27th Aug '16 1:22:21 AM kazokuhouou
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-->I'm working on my twerking/My libido's always lurking!/'Cause you're just such a pretty pony/ and this feeling can't be phony/I will take you out to dinner/Make you feel like such a winner/And before the night is over/make you feel like such a sinner!

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-->I'm working on my twerking/My libido's always lurking!/'Cause you're just such a pretty pony/ and this feeling can't be phony/I will take you out to dinner/Make you feel like such a winner/And before the night is over/make you feel like such a sinner!
24th Aug '16 12:11:04 AM Morgenthaler
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* RKelly don't see nothin' wrong with a little Bump 'n Grind.

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* RKelly Music/RKelly don't see nothin' wrong with a little Bump 'n Grind.
23rd Aug '16 4:53:16 PM kazokuhouou
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* In one pre-reboot episode of ''WebVideo/MyLittlePonyTheMentallyAdvancedSeries'' Scootaloo's contribution to the talent contest was a song called "Working My Twerking", which she wrote to 'spread the message of love' and about how she's a 'sexy horse god of love'. Keep in mind that Scootaloo is a ''[[TroublingUnchildlikeBehavior filly]]''.
-->I'm working on my twerking/My libido's always lurking!/'Cause you're just such a pretty pony/ and this feeling can't be phony/I will take you out to dinner/Make you feel like such a winner/And before the night is over/make you feel like such a sinner!

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17th Aug '16 9:08:13 PM NikkiLee8208
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* Spoofed by Music/TheLonelyIsland and Music/JustinTimberlake on ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' with the musical skit, "Dick In A Box." A pseudo-contemporary R&B song about [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin exactly what it sounds like]].
** One of the groups they parodied was early 90's R&B group Color Me Badd, who released a song titled "I Wanna Sex You Up".
** Also, there's their song "Wait (You Guys)," a parody of "The Whisper Song" (by The Ying Yang Twins), about, well, showing women their penises.
*** Also their song "Jizz in My Pants" is about a guy who...you know. The problem is so bad that he jizzes in his pants after eating a grape.
** Being lower than the top rung on the satire scale, [[FanNickname DIAB]] was itself spoofed, in "Box in a Box" ([[CountdownWithKeithOlbermann featured on Countdown]]), [[LampshadeHanging which left Mr Timberlake]] lost for an opinion. [[FridgeLogic With bonus subtext]] about body modification: [[HeadTiltinglyKinky How can she put her Box]] [[YouFailAnatomyForever in another Box]]?
*** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rSrL2T4IbcY Maybe it's detachable?]]
** Also spoofed in "I Just Had Sex", their lead song off their second album, featuring Akon, which is pretty much open and frank about the fact Andy and Jorma just had sex. [[SpeedSex It was the best 30 seconds of their life!]]

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* ''I'll Make Love to You'' by Boyz II Men is direct to the point.
* "Let's Get It On" and "Sexual Healing", both by Music/MarvinGaye.
** Hell, his name is Marvin ''Gaye'' (but only because he [[EmbarassingLastName wisely]] put an E...).
* Speaking of older R&B stars, Music/TheIsleyBrothers had a lot of songs in this vein, such as "Between the Sheets" and "I Need Your Body". The second verse of the latter is particularly blatant:
--->If you're free tonight, I'd love to take you home\\
You understand that I don't want to spend the night alone\\
It would be like paradise, making love to you, yeah\\
Don't you think it's time I got into you?
* RKelly don't see nothin' wrong with a little Bump 'n Grind.
** Ignition. Not Ignition (Remix), mind you. Just straight up Ignition.
--->''Girl, please, let me stick my key in your ignition babe...''
** [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Sex Me]]. Both parts, resulting in an ''[[EpicRocking eleven-minute-long]]'' sex ballad.
* "Shut Up And Drive" by Music/{{Rihanna}}.

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[[folder:Hip-hop/R&B/Rap]]
* ''I'll Make Love to You'' by Boyz II Men is direct to the point.
* "Let's Get It On" and "Sexual Healing", both by Music/MarvinGaye.
** Hell, his name is Marvin ''Gaye'' (but only because he [[EmbarassingLastName wisely]] put an E...).
* Speaking of older R&B stars, Music/TheIsleyBrothers had a lot of songs in this vein, such as "Between the Sheets" and "I Need Your Body". The second verse of the latter is particularly blatant:
--->If you're free tonight, I'd love to take you home\\
You understand that I don't want to spend the night alone\\
It would be like paradise, making love to you, yeah\\
Don't you think it's time I got into you?
* RKelly don't see nothin' wrong with a little Bump 'n Grind.
** Ignition. Not Ignition (Remix), mind you. Just straight up Ignition.
--->''Girl, please, let me stick my key in your ignition babe...''
** [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Sex Me]]. Both parts, resulting in an ''[[EpicRocking eleven-minute-long]]'' sex ballad.
* "Shut Up And Drive" by Music/{{Rihanna}}.
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* Spoofed by Music/TheLonelyIsland and Music/JustinTimberlake on ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' with the musical skit, "Dick In A Box." A pseudo-contemporary R&B song about [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin exactly what it sounds like]].
** One of the groups they parodied was early 90's R&B group Color Me Badd, who released a song titled "I Wanna Sex You Up".
** Also, there's their song "Wait (You Guys)," a parody of "The Whisper Song" (by The Ying Yang Twins), about, well, showing women their penises.
*** Also their song "Jizz in My Pants" is about a guy who...you know. The problem is so bad that he jizzes in his pants after eating a grape.
** Being lower than the top rung on the satire scale, [[FanNickname DIAB]] was itself spoofed, in "Box in a Box" ([[CountdownWithKeithOlbermann featured on Countdown]]), [[LampshadeHanging which left Mr Timberlake]] lost for an opinion. [[FridgeLogic With bonus subtext]] about body modification: [[HeadTiltinglyKinky How can she put her Box]] [[YouFailAnatomyForever in another Box]]?
*** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rSrL2T4IbcY Maybe it's detachable?]]
** Also spoofed in "I Just Had Sex", their lead song off their second album, featuring Akon, which is pretty much open and frank about the fact Andy and Jorma just had sex. [[SpeedSex It was the best 30 seconds of their life!]]
* "Oops, Oh My" by R&B singer Tweet is the same subject as "I Touch Myself" without half the subtlety.
* Nelly Furtado's song "Promiscuous" is pretty straightforward. "Maneater", though, she claims to be as much about the demands of modern life as sex. "Say It Right" seems just like a love song, but then comes the last lines: "From my body I could show you a place God knows/You should know the space is holy/Do you really want to go?".
* The three songs by Music/JustinTimberlake and [[Music/TheLonelyIsland Andy Samberg]] for SNL parody the trope and [[{{Retraux}} 80's culture in general]] with two [[CasanovaWannabe Casanova Wannabes]] attempting several rediculous plans to... well, you know.
** ''Dick in a box'', the perfect gift for every occasion.
** ''Motherlover:'' Two guys looking for a mothers day gift for their single mothers. ''[[AreYouPonderingWhatImPondering "Are you thinking what I am thinking?"]]'' - ''"I am thinking I think it too."''
** Also, [[AThreesomeIsManly "It's not gay]], when it's in a ''Threeway''".



* Music/MariahCarey's "Touch My Body".
* Music/JanetJackson's albums practically live and breathe this trope, although you really have to look no further than her ''.janet'' album. [[http://www.lyricsfreak.com/j/janet+jackson/if_20069581.html If]] and [[http://www.lyricsfreak.com/j/janet+jackson/any+time+any+place_20069578.html Anytime, Anyplace]] are the most blatant, though sexual subtlety is not a strength.
** I'll see those two, and raise you "Would You Mind?" from ''All for You.'' The lyrics are filthy enough, and subtle as a flying brick, but it really gets out of hand during the last minute of the song. (She stops singing and just fakes an orgasm.) ...At least, we ''hope'' she was faking. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XisfpZJ1m3A And let's not even get started on her live performances of this song.]]
*** To drive the point home, the dirty version of that album isn't on the iTunes Store.
** Hell, even on Rhythm Nation 1814, an album full of social commentary, has "Love Will Never Do Without You" (albeit {{downplayed|Trope}} and "Someday is Tonight".



* Ginuwine - Pony. Nuff said.



* "Tell Me Something Good" by Chaka Khan and Rufus (infamously used in the "[[PrimalScene Oh Kitty]]" episode of ''Series/That70sShow''.
* Mtume's "Juicy Fruit" uses pretty much every candy metaphor they can think of. Including the not-at-all metaphor "I'll be your lollipop (You can lick me ''everywhere''!)"



** Let's just say that most of Lil Wayne's songs nowadays are about sex. Case in point, "Romance" from I Am Not a Human Being II, which was not included in the iTunes release.
* India.Arie's song "Brown Skin" basically contains a lot of candy related metaphors, such as chocolate or licorice. The most obvious innuendo is "Every time I let you in, abracadabra magic happens as we swim/Higher and higher finally we reach heaven/Come back to earth and then we do it all again".
* "Livin' La Vida Loca" by Ricky Martin.
* Pretty much anything by Ready for the World.
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=drkXXuxKRv4 "Cruisin'" by Smokey Robinson.]] It starts out rather subtle. However each successive verse becomes less and less so until Smokey finally gives us "I could just stay there inside you and love you, baby". Not inside ''with'' you. ''Inside you''. And speaking of "driving"...
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q9NhK9nyN30 "Pull Up To The Bumper" by Music/GraceJones.]] This is the first half of the chorus: "Pull up to my bumper, baby/In your long, black limousine/Pull up to my bumper, baby/Drive it in between". If driving a limousine ''in between'' a bumper is too understated for you, feel free to listen to the rest of the song to see what she's referring to. At home.
* Music/{{Usher}}'s "Love in This Club", with plenty of lovely lines such as:
-->I can't take it no more\\
Baby I'm coming for you
** and:
-->I'll be like your medicine\\
You'll take every dose of me
*** Actually, that line's from Music/{{Young Jeezy}}'s guest verse.
** as well as my personal favorite:
-->Let's both get undressed right here\\
Keep it up girl, and I swear\\
I'mma give it to you non-stop\\
And I don't care who's watching
** "Nice and Slow" is pretty blatant.
--> I got plans to put my hands\\
in places I've never seen\\
Girl, you know what I mean
** Usher practically runs on this trope.
* "Too Close", originally by the group Next but covered by the group Blue. The whole song is about how grinding on this girl is [[RagingStiffie giving him a boner]]. The chorus is a little more ambiguous about it:
-->Baby when were grinding\\
I get so excited\\
Ooh how I like it\\
I try but I cant fight it\\
Oh you're dancing real close\\
Plus its real real slow\\
You're making it [[DoubleEntendre hard]] for me\\

** But these lines make it obvious:
-->Step back you're dancing kinda close (yeah)\\
I feel a little poke coming through\\
On you\\
Now girl, I know you felt it\\
But boo, you know I can't help it\\
You know what I wanna do\\

** The fun part is that the quoted line ''isn't censored at all'' by most radio stations. A little [[LyricalDissonance cheery music]] goes a long way.
*** The ''entire song'' is in no way subtle. The fact that it got played at all is amazing.
** Oh, and while we're there, this list can't be complete without "Taste So Good", which takes this trope and ''runs'' with it. Not only that, the chorus sounds like a couple dirty-talking before doing it, and the opening disclaimer says: "Please play at a low volume, preferably, while having sex.".
** The last verse of "Wifey" is also quite blatant:
-->Skinny designer fit real jiggy\\
Ain't afraid to hump with me\\
When we get busy\\
Ride out I licky-licky\\
Till I get dizzy\\
Toes done, fresh scent\\
I think it's sizzly
* Chrisette Michele's "If I Have My Way".
* Beyonce, "1+1," where she outright pleads "Make love to me."
* Music/TreySongz is made of this. In fact it's probably easier to list the songs that ''aren't'' full of this trope ("Can't Be Friends" & "Simply Amazing" are probably the only singles). Examples that are blatant even in the title are [[RightThroughTheWall "Neighbors Know My Name"]] and "I Invented Sex/Say Aah". Probably the weirdest one is "LOL :)", (that is actually the name of the song and in the chorus), about his girlfriend sexting him.
* Teddy Pendergrass: "Close the Door". The 1996 version of ''Film/TheNuttyProfessor'' has Sherman listening to this track and cheering Teddy on.
** From the same film: "Somethin' 4 Da Honeyz" by Montell Jordan.
--> So if a girly is lonesome \\
I think that she knows where to go when she wants some \\
Cuz Monty ain't here for nothing but I got a little \\
Somethin' 4 da Honeyz
* Music/ChrisBrown has a lot of these, especially on his latest albums. One song, "No Bullshit" is blatantly about this. The first two lines are "3 in the morning/You know I'm horny".

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** Let's just say that most of Lil Wayne's songs nowadays are about sex. Case in point, "Romance" from I Am Not a Human Being II, which was not included in the iTunes release.
* India.Arie's song "Brown Skin" basically contains a lot of candy related metaphors, such as chocolate or licorice. The most obvious innuendo is "Every time I let you in, abracadabra magic happens as we swim/Higher and higher finally we reach heaven/Come back to earth and then we do it all again".
* "Livin' La Vida Loca" by Ricky Martin.
* Pretty much anything by Ready for the World.
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=drkXXuxKRv4 "Cruisin'" by Smokey Robinson.]] It starts out rather subtle. However each successive verse becomes less and less so until Smokey finally gives us "I could just stay there inside you and love you, baby". Not inside ''with'' you. ''Inside you''. And speaking of "driving"...
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q9NhK9nyN30 "Pull Up To The Bumper" by Music/GraceJones.]] This is the first half of the chorus: "Pull up to my bumper, baby/In your long, black limousine/Pull up to my bumper, baby/Drive it in between". If driving a limousine ''in between'' a bumper is too understated for you, feel free to listen to the rest of the song to see what she's referring to. At home.
* Music/{{Usher}}'s "Love in This Club", with plenty of lovely lines such as:
-->I can't take it no more\\
Baby I'm coming for you
** and:
-->I'll be like your medicine\\
You'll take every dose of me
*** Actually, that line's from Music/{{Young Jeezy}}'s guest verse.
** as well as my personal favorite:
-->Let's both get undressed right here\\
Keep it up girl, and I swear\\
I'mma give it to you non-stop\\
And I don't care who's watching
** "Nice and Slow" is pretty blatant.
--> I got plans to put my hands\\
in places I've never seen\\
Girl, you know what I mean
** Usher practically runs on this trope.
* "Too Close", originally by the group Next but covered by the group Blue. The whole song is about how grinding on this girl is [[RagingStiffie giving him a boner]]. The chorus is a little more ambiguous about it:
-->Baby when were grinding\\
I get so excited\\
Ooh how I like it\\
I try but I cant fight it\\
Oh you're dancing real close\\
Plus its real real slow\\
You're making it [[DoubleEntendre hard]] for me\\

** But these lines make it obvious:
-->Step back you're dancing kinda close (yeah)\\
I feel a little poke coming through\\
On you\\
Now girl, I know you felt it\\
But boo, you know I can't help it\\
You know what I wanna do\\

** The fun part is that the quoted line ''isn't censored at all'' by most radio stations. A little [[LyricalDissonance cheery music]] goes a long way.
*** The ''entire song'' is in no way subtle. The fact that it got played at all is amazing.
** Oh, and while we're there, this list can't be complete without "Taste So Good", which takes this trope and ''runs'' with it. Not only that, the chorus sounds like a couple dirty-talking before doing it, and the opening disclaimer says: "Please play at a low volume, preferably, while having sex.".
** The last verse of "Wifey" is also quite blatant:
-->Skinny designer fit real jiggy\\
Ain't afraid to hump with me\\
When we get busy\\
Ride out I licky-licky\\
Till I get dizzy\\
Toes done, fresh scent\\
I think it's sizzly
* Chrisette Michele's "If I Have My Way".
* Beyonce, "1+1," where she outright pleads "Make love to me."
* Music/TreySongz is made of this. In fact it's probably easier to list the songs that ''aren't'' full of this trope ("Can't Be Friends" & "Simply Amazing" are probably the only singles). Examples that are blatant even in the title are [[RightThroughTheWall "Neighbors Know My Name"]] and "I Invented Sex/Say Aah". Probably the weirdest one is "LOL :)", (that is actually the name of the song and in the chorus), about his girlfriend sexting him.
* Teddy Pendergrass: "Close the Door". The 1996 version of ''Film/TheNuttyProfessor'' has Sherman listening to this track and cheering Teddy on.
** From the same film: "Somethin' 4 Da Honeyz" by Montell Jordan.
--> So if a girly is lonesome \\
I think that she knows where to go when she wants some \\
Cuz Monty ain't here for nothing but I got a little \\
Somethin' 4 da Honeyz
* Music/ChrisBrown has a lot of these, especially on his latest albums. One song, "No Bullshit" is blatantly about this. The first two lines are "3 in the morning/You know I'm horny".
release.



* The-Dream's ''entire career''. He makes no apologies. Let's review some of his song titles: "Touch and Feel", "Playing in Her Hair", "Sweat it Out", "Sex Intelligent", and the all-time classics "Panties to the Side", "My Love" (featuring Mariah Carey) and "Falsetto".

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* The-Dream's ''entire career''. He makes no apologies. Let's review some of his song titles: "Touch and Feel", "Playing in Her Hair", "Sweat it Out", "Sex Intelligent", and the all-time classics "Panties to the Side", "My Love" (featuring Mariah Carey) and "Falsetto".



* When {{Music/Pitbull}} isn't [[BoastfulRap rubbing his massive amounts of money and/or his awesome life in our faces]], he's usually talking about this.
* Music/RobinThicke's "Blurred Lines" is all over this, with lyrics like "I know you want it" and "you want to hug me/ what rhymes with hug me?" and offering the girl a joint ("can you breathe? I got this from Jamaica"). The video with three clothed guys and three nude women drives the point home. Unfortunately, the lyrics could also be construed to imply date rape, which makes this arguably a possible failure of this trope.
* Music/{{Ylvis}}'s "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=369FGAb1iI8 Work It]]" doesn't bother with the subtleties.

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* When {{Music/Pitbull}} isn't [[BoastfulRap rubbing his massive amounts of money and/or his awesome life in our faces]], he's usually talking about this.
* Music/RobinThicke's "Blurred Lines" is all over this, with lyrics like "I know you want it" and "you want to hug me/ what rhymes with hug me?" and offering the girl a joint ("can you breathe? I got this from Jamaica"). The video with three clothed guys and three nude women drives the point home. Unfortunately, the lyrics could also be construed to imply date rape, which makes this arguably a possible failure of this trope.
* Music/{{Ylvis}}'s "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=369FGAb1iI8 Work It]]" doesn't bother with the subtleties.




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* Music/{{Ylvis}}'s "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=369FGAb1iI8 Work It]]" doesn't bother with the subtleties.
* When {{Music/Pitbull}} isn't [[BoastfulRap rubbing his massive amounts of money and/or his awesome life in our faces]], he's usually talking about this.
* Beyonce, "1+1," where she outright pleads "Make love to me."
* "Livin' La Vida Loca" by Ricky Martin.
* Music/JanetJackson's albums practically live and breathe this trope, although you really have to look no further than her ''.janet'' album. [[http://www.lyricsfreak.com/j/janet+jackson/if_20069581.html If]] and [[http://www.lyricsfreak.com/j/janet+jackson/any+time+any+place_20069578.html Anytime, Anyplace]] are the most blatant, though sexual subtlety is not a strength.
** I'll see those two, and raise you "Would You Mind?" from ''All for You.'' The lyrics are filthy enough, and subtle as a flying brick, but it really gets out of hand during the last minute of the song. (She stops singing and just fakes an orgasm.) ...At least, we ''hope'' she was faking. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XisfpZJ1m3A And let's not even get started on her live performances of this song.]]
*** To drive the point home, the dirty version of that album isn't on the iTunes Store.
** Hell, even on Rhythm Nation 1814, an album full of social commentary, has "Love Will Never Do Without You" (albeit {{downplayed|Trope}} and "Someday is Tonight".
* Music/MariahCarey's "Touch My Body".
* Nelly Furtado's song "Promiscuous" is pretty straightforward. "Maneater", though, she claims to be as much about the demands of modern life as sex. "Say It Right" seems just like a love song, but then comes the last lines: "From my body I could show you a place God knows/You should know the space is holy/Do you really want to go?".
* "Shut Up And Drive" by Music/{{Rihanna}}.


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[[folder:R&B/Soul]]
* The-Dream's ''entire career''. He makes no apologies. Let's review some of his song titles: "Touch and Feel", "Playing in Her Hair", "Sweat it Out", "Sex Intelligent", and the all-time classics "Panties to the Side", "My Love" (featuring Mariah Carey) and "Falsetto".
* Chrisette Michele's "If I Have My Way".
* Music/TreySongz is made of this. In fact it's probably easier to list the songs that ''aren't'' full of this trope ("Can't Be Friends" & "Simply Amazing" are probably the only singles). Examples that are blatant even in the title are [[RightThroughTheWall "Neighbors Know My Name"]] and "I Invented Sex/Say Aah". Probably the weirdest one is "LOL :)", (that is actually the name of the song and in the chorus), about his girlfriend sexting him.
* Teddy Pendergrass: "Close the Door". The 1996 version of ''Film/TheNuttyProfessor'' has Sherman listening to this track and cheering Teddy on.
** From the same film: "Somethin' 4 Da Honeyz" by Montell Jordan.
--> So if a girly is lonesome \\
I think that she knows where to go when she wants some \\
Cuz Monty ain't here for nothing but I got a little \\
Somethin' 4 da Honeyz
* Music/ChrisBrown has a lot of these, especially on his latest albums. One song, "No Bullshit" is blatantly about this. The first two lines are "3 in the morning/You know I'm horny".
* Music/RobinThicke's "Blurred Lines" is all over this, with lyrics like "I know you want it" and "you want to hug me/ what rhymes with hug me?" and offering the girl a joint ("can you breathe? I got this from Jamaica"). The video with three clothed guys and three nude women drives the point home. Unfortunately, the lyrics could also be construed to imply date rape, which makes this arguably a possible failure of this trope.
* Pretty much anything by Ready for the World.
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=drkXXuxKRv4 "Cruisin'" by Smokey Robinson.]] It starts out rather subtle. However each successive verse becomes less and less so until Smokey finally gives us "I could just stay there inside you and love you, baby". Not inside ''with'' you. ''Inside you''. And speaking of "driving"...
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q9NhK9nyN30 "Pull Up To The Bumper" by Music/GraceJones.]] This is the first half of the chorus: "Pull up to my bumper, baby/In your long, black limousine/Pull up to my bumper, baby/Drive it in between". If driving a limousine ''in between'' a bumper is too understated for you, feel free to listen to the rest of the song to see what she's referring to. At home.
* Music/{{Usher}}'s "Love in This Club", with plenty of lovely lines such as:
-->I can't take it no more\\
Baby I'm coming for you
** and:
-->I'll be like your medicine\\
You'll take every dose of me
*** Actually, that line's from Music/{{Young Jeezy}}'s guest verse.
** as well as my personal favorite:
-->Let's both get undressed right here\\
Keep it up girl, and I swear\\
I'mma give it to you non-stop\\
And I don't care who's watching
** "Nice and Slow" is pretty blatant.
--> I got plans to put my hands\\
in places I've never seen\\
Girl, you know what I mean
** Usher practically runs on this trope.
* "Too Close", originally by the group Next but covered by the group Blue. The whole song is about how grinding on this girl is [[RagingStiffie giving him a boner]]. The chorus is a little more ambiguous about it:
-->Baby when were grinding\\
I get so excited\\
Ooh how I like it\\
I try but I cant fight it\\
Oh you're dancing real close\\
Plus its real real slow\\
You're making it [[DoubleEntendre hard]] for me\\

** But these lines make it obvious:
-->Step back you're dancing kinda close (yeah)\\
I feel a little poke coming through\\
On you\\
Now girl, I know you felt it\\
But boo, you know I can't help it\\
You know what I wanna do\\

** The fun part is that the quoted line ''isn't censored at all'' by most radio stations. A little [[LyricalDissonance cheery music]] goes a long way.
*** The ''entire song'' is in no way subtle. The fact that it got played at all is amazing.
** Oh, and while we're there, this list can't be complete without "Taste So Good", which takes this trope and ''runs'' with it. Not only that, the chorus sounds like a couple dirty-talking before doing it, and the opening disclaimer says: "Please play at a low volume, preferably, while having sex.".
** The last verse of "Wifey" is also quite blatant:
-->Skinny designer fit real jiggy\\
Ain't afraid to hump with me\\
When we get busy\\
Ride out I licky-licky\\
Till I get dizzy\\
Toes done, fresh scent\\
I think it's sizzly
* "Tell Me Something Good" by Chaka Khan and Rufus (infamously used in the "[[PrimalScene Oh Kitty]]" episode of ''Series/That70sShow''.
* Mtume's "Juicy Fruit" uses pretty much every candy metaphor they can think of. Including the not-at-all metaphor "I'll be your lollipop (You can lick me ''everywhere''!)"
* India Arie's song "Brown Skin" basically contains a lot of candy related metaphors, such as chocolate or licorice. The most obvious innuendo is "Every time I let you in, abracadabra magic happens as we swim/Higher and higher finally we reach heaven/Come back to earth and then we do it all again".
* Ginuwine - Pony. Nuff said.
* ''I'll Make Love to You'' by Boyz II Men is direct to the point.
* "Let's Get It On" and "Sexual Healing", both by Music/MarvinGaye.
* Speaking of older R&B stars, Music/TheIsleyBrothers had a lot of songs in this vein, such as "Between the Sheets" and "I Need Your Body". The second verse of the latter is particularly blatant:
--->If you're free tonight, I'd love to take you home\\
You understand that I don't want to spend the night alone\\
It would be like paradise, making love to you, yeah\\
Don't you think it's time I got into you?
* RKelly don't see nothin' wrong with a little Bump 'n Grind.
** Ignition. Not Ignition (Remix), mind you. Just straight up Ignition.
--->''Girl, please, let me stick my key in your ignition babe...''
** [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Sex Me]]. Both parts, resulting in an ''[[EpicRocking eleven-minute-long]]'' sex ballad.
* "Oops, Oh My" by R&B singer Tweet is the same subject as "I Touch Myself" without half the subtlety.
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* "Ich Will Dich" by :Wumpscut: is a song about having sex with someone with absolutely no affection and only desire for physical satisfaction. This being {{Industrial}} Music, it is probably not intended to be a celebration but instead a criticism of such. Notable for the mechanized sounds of a woman orgasming.
* "Cold" by VNV Nation. An example of the tendency of such songs in {{EBM}} to sound somewhat aggressive.
* "Fitness to Purpose" by Nitzer Ebb
* Music/{{Voltaire}} has a song about [[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration Data]] which uses every half-assed TechnoBabble euphemism in the book... and then some.
** Ah yes, the Sexy Data Tango. "...and cause a quantum singularity in your transwarp conduit"
--> ''So if you're a filthy Horta/Data's your bestest bet/'Cause he's fully functional/And anatomically correct!''
* ANY song by Swedish techno (camp) artist Gunther. Seriously, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mbk6kExKf2Q just watch.]]
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c1tzr0n_Usk "Soccer Practice"]] by Gay Pimp.
* There's a song called "Suck My Motherfucking Dick". [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=svAgSM9OJl4 No, really!]] It only repeats the title over and over, though.
* Oliver Heldens:
** His "Gecko (Overdrive)" featuring vocals from Becky Hill is completely unsubtle about sex, with lines like "get the lights down low", "tonight the rules do not apply", and "gates our crashing, lips of passion, you got my heart on overdrive". Hill herself sounds excited for it, and the weird-ass music video emphasizes it even further. Most impressively, it was featured on the E10+ rated video game ''[[VideoGame/ForzaHorizon Forza Horizon 2]]'' completely uncensored.
** Another song by Heldens, "Last All Night (Koala)", managed to be ''even more'' unsubtle about it.
* SigueSigueSputnik has a little bit sex in almost all their songs, and the most blatant is "Orgasm".
* Disclosure: Just about every song. Seriously, they could be the Music/TwoLiveCrew of EDM. "Latch", "F For You", "You & Me", "Help Me Lose My Mind", "Bang That", "Magnets", "Nocturnal"... You're starting to get the picture. That being said, they're considerably classier about it than others.
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[[folder:Hip-hop/R&B/Rap]]
* ''I'll Make Love to You'' by Boyz II Men is direct to the point.
* "Let's Get It On" and "Sexual Healing", both by Music/MarvinGaye.
** Hell, his name is Marvin ''Gaye'' (but only because he [[EmbarassingLastName wisely]] put an E...).
* Speaking of older R&B stars, Music/TheIsleyBrothers had a lot of songs in this vein, such as "Between the Sheets" and "I Need Your Body". The second verse of the latter is particularly blatant:
--->If you're free tonight, I'd love to take you home\\
You understand that I don't want to spend the night alone\\
It would be like paradise, making love to you, yeah\\
Don't you think it's time I got into you?
* RKelly don't see nothin' wrong with a little Bump 'n Grind.
** Ignition. Not Ignition (Remix), mind you. Just straight up Ignition.
--->''Girl, please, let me stick my key in your ignition babe...''
** [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Sex Me]]. Both parts, resulting in an ''[[EpicRocking eleven-minute-long]]'' sex ballad.
* "Shut Up And Drive" by Music/{{Rihanna}}.
* "Get Low" by LilJon and the Eastside Boyz.
* Spoofed by Music/TheLonelyIsland and Music/JustinTimberlake on ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' with the musical skit, "Dick In A Box." A pseudo-contemporary R&B song about [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin exactly what it sounds like]].
** One of the groups they parodied was early 90's R&B group Color Me Badd, who released a song titled "I Wanna Sex You Up".
** Also, there's their song "Wait (You Guys)," a parody of "The Whisper Song" (by The Ying Yang Twins), about, well, showing women their penises.
*** Also their song "Jizz in My Pants" is about a guy who...you know. The problem is so bad that he jizzes in his pants after eating a grape.
** Being lower than the top rung on the satire scale, [[FanNickname DIAB]] was itself spoofed, in "Box in a Box" ([[CountdownWithKeithOlbermann featured on Countdown]]), [[LampshadeHanging which left Mr Timberlake]] lost for an opinion. [[FridgeLogic With bonus subtext]] about body modification: [[HeadTiltinglyKinky How can she put her Box]] [[YouFailAnatomyForever in another Box]]?
*** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rSrL2T4IbcY Maybe it's detachable?]]
** Also spoofed in "I Just Had Sex", their lead song off their second album, featuring Akon, which is pretty much open and frank about the fact Andy and Jorma just had sex. [[SpeedSex It was the best 30 seconds of their life!]]
* "Oops, Oh My" by R&B singer Tweet is the same subject as "I Touch Myself" without half the subtlety.
* Nelly Furtado's song "Promiscuous" is pretty straightforward. "Maneater", though, she claims to be as much about the demands of modern life as sex. "Say It Right" seems just like a love song, but then comes the last lines: "From my body I could show you a place God knows/You should know the space is holy/Do you really want to go?".
* The three songs by Music/JustinTimberlake and [[Music/TheLonelyIsland Andy Samberg]] for SNL parody the trope and [[{{Retraux}} 80's culture in general]] with two [[CasanovaWannabe Casanova Wannabes]] attempting several rediculous plans to... well, you know.
** ''Dick in a box'', the perfect gift for every occasion.
** ''Motherlover:'' Two guys looking for a mothers day gift for their single mothers. ''[[AreYouPonderingWhatImPondering "Are you thinking what I am thinking?"]]'' - ''"I am thinking I think it too."''
** Also, [[AThreesomeIsManly "It's not gay]], when it's in a ''Threeway''".
* Akon's "Right Now (Na na na)". "I WANNA MAKE LOVE RIGHT NOW NOW NOW" Actually, most of his songs qualify.
** Actually, he says "Make UP right now" not "make love". However, his rather conscious effort to emphasize that they have to make up "right now" and wanting to "tease, squeeze and please her" leaves little to no free interpretation as to what he could mean anyway.
** Specially "I Wanna Fuck You" (the airplay version is "I Wanna Love You").
* Ludacris is the master at this. "Splash Waterfalls" comes to mind, detailing all the methods to have sex, with the first half of the chorus rap describing a sensual love scene with a woman singing "make love to me" and describing a quickie and various forms of kinky sex with the lyrics "Fuck me" ("Touch me" in the edited version is sung instead).
** It's [[RuleThirtyFour pretty evident]] what "[[Main/ListSong What's Your Fantasy]]" is about. And in case ''that'' wasn't explicit enough, there's always the remix where Trina raps, "You can La-la-la-lick me from my ass to my clit..."
** On top of that, there's "Nasty Girl" which describes the eponymous (average-seeming) woman's sexual prowess.
** And finally, a song about BeerGoggles, "One More Drink".
* Music/FloRida takes songs that weren't originally about sex and heavily samples them in songs that ''are'', such as "Right Round" (sampling Dead or Alive's 1984 hit "You Spin Me Round (Like A Record)", which ''is'' about sex, though not explicit) and "Sugar" (sampling Eiffel 65's 1999 hit "Blue (Da Ba Dee)").
** All of those pale in comparison to "Whistle", which doesn't even hide what it's about. "Can you blow my whistle, baby, whistle baby?"
* Music/MariahCarey's "Touch My Body".
* Music/JanetJackson's albums practically live and breathe this trope, although you really have to look no further than her ''.janet'' album. [[http://www.lyricsfreak.com/j/janet+jackson/if_20069581.html If]] and [[http://www.lyricsfreak.com/j/janet+jackson/any+time+any+place_20069578.html Anytime, Anyplace]] are the most blatant, though sexual subtlety is not a strength.
** I'll see those two, and raise you "Would You Mind?" from ''All for You.'' The lyrics are filthy enough, and subtle as a flying brick, but it really gets out of hand during the last minute of the song. (She stops singing and just fakes an orgasm.) ...At least, we ''hope'' she was faking. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XisfpZJ1m3A And let's not even get started on her live performances of this song.]]
*** To drive the point home, the dirty version of that album isn't on the iTunes Store.
** Hell, even on Rhythm Nation 1814, an album full of social commentary, has "Love Will Never Do Without You" (albeit {{downplayed|Trope}} and "Someday is Tonight".
* Timbaland & Justin Timberlake's "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_K4Eke2VXqo Carry Out]]" combines this trope with ''fast-food'' metaphors, stopping just short of referencing [=McDonald's=] "I'd Hit It" campaign:
-->Number one, I take two number threes\\
That's a whole lot of you and a side of me\\
Now is it full of myself to want you full of me\\
And if it's room for dessert then I want a piece
* Ginuwine - Pony. Nuff said.
* Hey everybody, while we're at it, "Let's Talk About Sex."
** Which is, surprisingly enough for those who haven't actually listened to the song, actually a subversion. Salt-N-Pepa wrote the song as an invitation to a mature, frank, and open discussion about sexual relationships. There are even a few lines within the song admitting that people will probably see the title and misunderstand what they were trying to get at.
** They later broke out the [[{{Anvilicious}} anvils]] when they did a reworked version called "Let's Talk About AIDS".
** They, however, played this trope completely straight with "Push It" and "Shoop".
* "Tell Me Something Good" by Chaka Khan and Rufus (infamously used in the "[[PrimalScene Oh Kitty]]" episode of ''Series/That70sShow''.
* Mtume's "Juicy Fruit" uses pretty much every candy metaphor they can think of. Including the not-at-all metaphor "I'll be your lollipop (You can lick me ''everywhere''!)"
* Music/LilWayne - "Lollipop".
** Let's just say that most of Lil Wayne's songs nowadays are about sex. Case in point, "Romance" from I Am Not a Human Being II, which was not included in the iTunes release.
* India.Arie's song "Brown Skin" basically contains a lot of candy related metaphors, such as chocolate or licorice. The most obvious innuendo is "Every time I let you in, abracadabra magic happens as we swim/Higher and higher finally we reach heaven/Come back to earth and then we do it all again".
* "Livin' La Vida Loca" by Ricky Martin.
* Pretty much anything by Ready for the World.
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=drkXXuxKRv4 "Cruisin'" by Smokey Robinson.]] It starts out rather subtle. However each successive verse becomes less and less so until Smokey finally gives us "I could just stay there inside you and love you, baby". Not inside ''with'' you. ''Inside you''. And speaking of "driving"...
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q9NhK9nyN30 "Pull Up To The Bumper" by Music/GraceJones.]] This is the first half of the chorus: "Pull up to my bumper, baby/In your long, black limousine/Pull up to my bumper, baby/Drive it in between". If driving a limousine ''in between'' a bumper is too understated for you, feel free to listen to the rest of the song to see what she's referring to. At home.
* Music/{{Usher}}'s "Love in This Club", with plenty of lovely lines such as:
-->I can't take it no more\\
Baby I'm coming for you
** and:
-->I'll be like your medicine\\
You'll take every dose of me
*** Actually, that line's from Music/{{Young Jeezy}}'s guest verse.
** as well as my personal favorite:
-->Let's both get undressed right here\\
Keep it up girl, and I swear\\
I'mma give it to you non-stop\\
And I don't care who's watching
** "Nice and Slow" is pretty blatant.
--> I got plans to put my hands\\
in places I've never seen\\
Girl, you know what I mean
** Usher practically runs on this trope.
* "Too Close", originally by the group Next but covered by the group Blue. The whole song is about how grinding on this girl is [[RagingStiffie giving him a boner]]. The chorus is a little more ambiguous about it:
-->Baby when were grinding\\
I get so excited\\
Ooh how I like it\\
I try but I cant fight it\\
Oh you're dancing real close\\
Plus its real real slow\\
You're making it [[DoubleEntendre hard]] for me\\

** But these lines make it obvious:
-->Step back you're dancing kinda close (yeah)\\
I feel a little poke coming through\\
On you\\
Now girl, I know you felt it\\
But boo, you know I can't help it\\
You know what I wanna do\\

** The fun part is that the quoted line ''isn't censored at all'' by most radio stations. A little [[LyricalDissonance cheery music]] goes a long way.
*** The ''entire song'' is in no way subtle. The fact that it got played at all is amazing.
** Oh, and while we're there, this list can't be complete without "Taste So Good", which takes this trope and ''runs'' with it. Not only that, the chorus sounds like a couple dirty-talking before doing it, and the opening disclaimer says: "Please play at a low volume, preferably, while having sex.".
** The last verse of "Wifey" is also quite blatant:
-->Skinny designer fit real jiggy\\
Ain't afraid to hump with me\\
When we get busy\\
Ride out I licky-licky\\
Till I get dizzy\\
Toes done, fresh scent\\
I think it's sizzly
* Chrisette Michele's "If I Have My Way".
* Beyonce, "1+1," where she outright pleads "Make love to me."
* Music/TreySongz is made of this. In fact it's probably easier to list the songs that ''aren't'' full of this trope ("Can't Be Friends" & "Simply Amazing" are probably the only singles). Examples that are blatant even in the title are [[RightThroughTheWall "Neighbors Know My Name"]] and "I Invented Sex/Say Aah". Probably the weirdest one is "LOL :)", (that is actually the name of the song and in the chorus), about his girlfriend sexting him.
* Teddy Pendergrass: "Close the Door". The 1996 version of ''Film/TheNuttyProfessor'' has Sherman listening to this track and cheering Teddy on.
** From the same film: "Somethin' 4 Da Honeyz" by Montell Jordan.
--> So if a girly is lonesome \\
I think that she knows where to go when she wants some \\
Cuz Monty ain't here for nothing but I got a little \\
Somethin' 4 da Honeyz
* Music/ChrisBrown has a lot of these, especially on his latest albums. One song, "No Bullshit" is blatantly about this. The first two lines are "3 in the morning/You know I'm horny".
* Gucci Mane's "Sex in Crazy Places," which also features NickiMinaj, Trina, and Bobby V, making it the veritable "We Are The World" of songs about having sex on rollercoasters.
* The-Dream's ''entire career''. He makes no apologies. Let's review some of his song titles: "Touch and Feel", "Playing in Her Hair", "Sweat it Out", "Sex Intelligent", and the all-time classics "Panties to the Side", "My Love" (featuring Mariah Carey) and "Falsetto".
* Parodied with [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vc8tPTVBRSc "Ooh, Girl"]], an "honest R&B song" from [[http://www.runawaybox.com/ Runaway Box]].
* Brian [=McKnight=] has "If You're Ready To Learn", that includes the lyrics "Let me show you how your pussy works/Since you didn't bring it to me first". The rest of the song is so dirty that he was approached to sing it at the porn industry's AVN Awards.
* Mohombi's "Bumpy Ride": "I wanna boom bang bang with your body-o... Girl let me rock you rock you like a rodeo..."
* Raghav's "So Much" uses dessert metaphors. [[AWildRapperAppears Kardinal Offishall's token rap]] even throws in a line about [[LampshadeHanging "places I can't talk about on the station"]]!
* "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VVh2b7KCPUE Naked]]" by Dev & Enrique Iglesias.
* Music/TheWeeknd: 90 to 95% of his songs are about sex, drugs, or [[BreadEggsBreadedEggs sex on drugs]]. No wonder he contributed for the ''Film/FiftyShadesOfGrey'' soundtrack.
* 112 (pronounce it one-twelve) are outright masters at this, with around 2/3 of their music catalogue being about sex. With classics such as [[MakingLoveInAllTheWrongPlaces "Anywhere"]], [[DoubleEntendre "Peaches & Cream"]] and [[DoYouWantToCopulate "Can I Touch You"]], they could be pretty much described as the 2 Live Crew of R&B with all this sexuality going on.[[note]][[SillyLoveSongs ...The only difference is that they're more romantic.]][[/note]]
* When {{Music/Pitbull}} isn't [[BoastfulRap rubbing his massive amounts of money and/or his awesome life in our faces]], he's usually talking about this.
* Music/RobinThicke's "Blurred Lines" is all over this, with lyrics like "I know you want it" and "you want to hug me/ what rhymes with hug me?" and offering the girl a joint ("can you breathe? I got this from Jamaica"). The video with three clothed guys and three nude women drives the point home. Unfortunately, the lyrics could also be construed to imply date rape, which makes this arguably a possible failure of this trope.
* Music/{{Ylvis}}'s "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=369FGAb1iI8 Work It]]" doesn't bother with the subtleties.
* "Dang-A-Lang" by Trina featuring Music/NickiMinaj and Lady Saw (mentioned in the Reggae section of this page) is all about a successful woman who only wants a man for his "dangalang" (penis).
-->Cuz dang a lang so pretty, bout 12 inches\\
So I let him meet kitty, now they best friends
* Most of Plies' songs revolve around this ("Shawty", "Bust It Baby", "Put It On Ya", "Becky", and many others).
** Here is the chorus for "Becky":
--->I'm on this liquor oh so heavy\\
'Fo we fuck, can you neck me?\\
A lil' head and I am ready\\
I want yo mouth, give me that Becky
* Music/LLCoolJ just might be the TropeCodifier for rap. "I Need Love" is often considered the first Hip Hop Ballad, but it doesn't stop there. "Doin' It" is probably his most famous example though.
* Kelis-"Milkshake"
* From "[[Music/SirMixALot Baby Got Back]]": something about an anaconda and buns.
** "A word to the thick soul sistas/I wanna get with ya/I won't cuss or hit ya/But I gotta be straight when I say I wanna /''FUCK''/ 'Til the Break of Dawn/ Baby got it goin' on/A lotta simps won't like this song..."
** "I'm long, and I'm strong, and I'm about to get the friction on".
** Also "Ride", one of his later unsung singles.
* There was a big fuss made about how Music/SouljaBoy's "Crank That" had been played in public areas (such as at sporting events) as if it were perfectly clean, when it's really extremely lewd...which leads one to question the morality of the MoralGuardians, since while it ''is'' indeed an example, it's so heavily coated with slang that it sounds like a bunch of gibberish to anyone who isn't already in the know as to what it means. In the quest to "save the children" from perversion, MoralGuardians become the biggest perverts of them all.
** For those who genuinely don't know what it means...[[spoiler: "Superman that hoe" refers to ejaculating on a woman's back so that the blanket is stuck in a manner resembling Superman's cape. The dance mimics the woman trying to get it off.]]
** Actually, Soulja Boy himself has stated that the whole song was written with no meaning in mind, and he was rather disturbed by listeners interpreting it sexually.
* "Boom Boom Boom" by the Outhere Brothers. Most obvious in the dirty version:
--->Girl your booty is so round/I just wanna lay you down/Let me take you from behind/I won't cum until it's time/But if I cannot sleep with you/Maybe I could have a taste/Put your niney on my tongue/And your booty on my face
--->Ow, I came to make you shake it/Till you break it/Caress your body/until you're naked/Bend you over/Grab your shoulder/Slip my peter inside your folder/Make you sweat-a/Get you wet-a/Pump it faster to make it better/Dim the the lights then lock the room/Cos now it's time for me to hit that boom
* Music/TwoLiveCrew's "Face Down, Ass Up." The title says it all.
** Just about all of 2 Live Crew's songs fit into this trope in some way.
* Music/{{Outkast}}'s "I'll Call Before I Come" is not about telephones.
** "Spread" from Outkast is a lot less subtle, complete with a 30-second segment in the song that sounds like a couple racing home to get in bed.
* Killer Mike's song "ADIDAS" with [=Outkast=]'s Big Boi and Sleepy Brown is not about a pair of sneakers.
--->"I'll call before I come/I won't just won't pop up over, out the blue/No after you."
* Pretty Ricky: "Grind on Me", which has also been used on the well-known eponymous [[WebOriginal/{{Vine}} Vines.]]
--> Step 1, get kissin on me
--> Step 2, girl you killin me softly
--> Step 3, Now you see why you chose me
--> Step 4, and ooo you grindin with me
* "Shawty's Over 9000" by BB & G-Wize, in addition to referencing the popular internet meme, is an example of this trope. ''And'' they got Bryan Drummond to supply his Vegeta voice for the intro an sampling.
* "Candy Shop" by Music/FiftyCent ft. Olivia. Yet another song that uses "lollipop" to mean "penis".
* In what must be the most blatant example ever, the song "Fuck Me On The Dance Floor" by Princess Superstar manages to push this trope so far that one starts wondering if it is [[FauxSymbolism using sex as a metaphor for dancing]] instead of [[FreudWasRight the other way around]], as is traditional.
* Music/TheNotoriousBIG was, well, [[{{Pun}} notoriously]] [[JustForPun blu]][[TheStoner nt]] about it sometimes:
** "Fuck You Tonight":
-->Some say the x, make the sex Spec-tacular,
-->make me lick you from yo neck To yo back, then ya,
-->Shiverin, tongue deliverin
-->Chills up that spine, that ass is mine
** The original "One More Chance":
-->When it comes to sex, Im similar to the Thrilla in Manila
-->Honeys call me "Bigga the Condom Filler"
-->Whether its stiff tongue or stiff dick
-->Biggie squeeze it to make shit fit, now check this shit
-->[]
-->I fuck non-stop, lick my lips a lot
-->Used to lick the clits a lot, but licking clits had to stop
-->Cause yall dont know how to act when the tongue go down below []
-->''and so on.''
* "Lick It" by 20 Fingers is fairly explicit; in it, the female singer is telling her would-be lover that she won't have intercourse with him until he goes down on her.
* Cam'ron's aptly-named "Suck It or Not" (AKA "Touch It or Not"). The first line of the song, after the hook, is "My dick hard as a '''motherfucker!'''"
* Byz did not mince matters when he did "Do You Wanna Fuck".
* Akinyele's 1996 song, "Put It in Your Mouth", which is an entire song using various euphemism for oral sex (both male and female).
* "Horizontal Mambo" by Here Come the Mummies.
* "Between Me, You and Liberation" by Common featuring Cee Lo Green is probably [[LyricalDissonance one of the most uplifting rap songs about sex, EVER.]] The lyrics, while certainly not subtle at all, they also blatantly refer of something: {{sex is liberation}}.
* In "Just Once", by ''Music/MCFrontalot'', he is pleading with his girlfriend to do something, ''anything!'', other than sex for a change.
* Almost ''everything'' by Music/NickiMinaj. To give you a hint on how vulgar her lyrics are:
** "Va Va Voom":
-->''Just met a boy, just met a boy when / He could come inside my pay pen / 'Cause he looked like a super star in the makin' / So I think I'm going in for the takin' / Hear through the grape vine that he cakin' / We can shoot a movie he can do the tapin' / Boom boom boom boom pow things be shakin' / I don't even try to find out who he datin'''
** "Super Bass":
-->''He could ball with the crew he could solo / But I think I like him better when he dolo / And I think I like him better with the fitted cap on / He ain't even gotta try to put the mack on / He just gotta give me that look / When he give me that look / Then the panties comin' off, off, uh''
** "Anaconda" begins with "My anaconda don't want none unless you've got buns hun'" (sampled from the aforementioned "Baby Got Back") which is promising enough, but here's the chorus:
-->'''By the way / What he say? / He can tell I ain't missin' no meals / Come through and fuck him in my automobile / Let him eat it with his grills / And he telling me to chill / And he telling me it's real / That he love my sex appeal / He say he don't like 'em boney / He want something he can grab / So I pulled up in the Jag / Mayweather with the jab like dun-d-d-dun-dun-d-d-dun-dun''
* Music/TylerTheCreator's "VCR", using an extended metaphor involving tapes, recorders, TV shows, and movies.
* "Uptown Funk" by Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars. What do you expect with a song that has lyrics like "[[DoubleEntendre Uptown Funk you up]]"? The song also mentions "white gold" and SlippingAMickey.
* Music/KanyeWest's ''Music/{{Yeezus}}'' has the particularly explicit "I'm in It".
* Salt-N-Pepa's [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vCadcBR95oU "Push It"]].
* "Bang Bang" by Music/JessieJ, Music/ArianaGrande and Music/NickiMinaj. Lyrics like "I'm-a show you how to graduate" and "Show me what your mama gave" are included.
* Filipino rapper Andrew E's career is built on this trope.
** There's his Tagalog version of Tone Loc's "Funky Cold Medina" called "Andrew Ford Medina" (his real name is Andrew Ford Espiritu), where he rather explicitly sings about his sexual escapades with a [[JailBait rich high school girl]] named Anna. The song got massive radio airplay in 1991, and is still one of his biggest hits.
** "Sinabmarin", which isn't entirely sung to the tune of Music/TheBeatles' "Yellow Submarine", but nonetheless turns the kid-friendly sing-along chorus into this:
--> ''Si Olive ay aking sinabmarin / Siya'y bitin pa din, siya'y bitin pa din (Filipino)''
--> ''I went down like a submarine on Olive / She wants more, she wants more (English)''
** "Bini B. Rocha", which is ostensibly about a girl named Bini B. Rocha. "Brocha" is Filipino slang for oral sex on a woman, while "binobrocha" is its present tense.
** "Banyo Queen" (literally translated to "Bathroom Queen") is another one of his big hits -- a song about [[SlippingAMickey getting drugged]] by a random girl he meets at a bar, only to wake up in a motel and doing the deed with her there...behind his girlfriend's back.
* Angela Bofil's "Tonight I Give In" and Betty Wright's "Tonight Is The Night" are about a woman getting her "v-card" punched - the latter (and older) song being far more blatant about it.
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[[folder:Reggae/Ragga/Dancehall]]
* In these music style, this type of lyrics are referred to as "slackness", insinuating that an artist can't write decent lyrics and needs to get attention through controversy.
* Yellowman, an ugly-as-hell 6'7" albino whose musical career centered around him setting himself up as a sex-god. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rdskqR24ZvY Just listen to this.]]
* Light-weight reggae band Inner Circle released "Sweat (A La La La La Long)", which somehow succeeded in GettingCrapPastTheRadar to make its way - unedited - onto chart radio.
* From the inimitable Shabba Ranks, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GEOiO_eDoVI Mr Loverman]]
* Lady Saw began her career in the early 90's doing songs like [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4BpYpmug_5Y "Stab Up de Meat"]]. She has since moved on to singing about no less controversial but more socially important things like infidelity, AIDS and infertility.
* Music/BobMarley. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OLnq_tZf3eQ "Stir it up".]] from ''Music/CatchAFire''. "Bend Down Low" from ''Music/{{Burnin}}''.
* "King of the Dancehall" by Beenie Man fuses this trope with RockstarSong. It's also some kind of BadassBoast.
* Music/JudgeDread [sic!], also known as the "King of Rude", is well known for writing innuendo-laden music. Unlike most of the examples here, it is always PlayedForLaughs. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YUBZQ6NFMZc Just]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R8hrO-XVr54 go]][[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y9fQ9rQPR2E listen!]]
* [[http://www.amazon.co.uk/Trojan-X-Rated-Box-Various-Artists/dp/B00006BIOJ/ref=pd_sim_m_h__1 I think this]] [[http://www.amazon.co.uk/Trojan-Slack-Reggae-Box-Set/dp/B000MTOSPM and this]] say it all... OK, maybe not. Trojan was the premier reggae label in the world between 1968 and 1975. They've issued 2 ''x-rated'' cd compilations.
* Snow's debut album, "12 Inches of Snow" included the mildly romantic, yet overt "Uhh In You".
* Mad Cobra's astoundingly blunt "Flex (Time to Have Sex)"
* Sean Paul's "Get Busy". "Till the early morning, let's get it on..."
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[[folder:Hip-hop/R&B/Rap]]
* ''I'll Make Love to You'' by Boyz II Men is direct to the point.
* "Let's Get It On" and "Sexual Healing", both by Music/MarvinGaye.
** Hell, his name is Marvin ''Gaye'' (but only because he [[EmbarassingLastName wisely]] put an E...).
* Speaking of older R&B stars, Music/TheIsleyBrothers had a lot of songs in this vein, such as "Between the Sheets" and "I Need Your Body". The second verse of the latter is particularly blatant:
--->If you're free tonight, I'd love to take you home\\
You understand that I don't want to spend the night alone\\
It would be like paradise, making love to you, yeah\\
Don't you think it's time I got into you?
* RKelly don't see nothin' wrong with a little Bump 'n Grind.
** Ignition. Not Ignition (Remix), mind you. Just straight up Ignition.
--->''Girl, please, let me stick my key in your ignition babe...''
** [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Sex Me]]. Both parts, resulting in an ''[[EpicRocking eleven-minute-long]]'' sex ballad.
* "Shut Up And Drive" by Music/{{Rihanna}}.
* "Get Low" by LilJon and the Eastside Boyz.
* Spoofed by Music/TheLonelyIsland and Music/JustinTimberlake on ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' with the musical skit, "Dick In A Box." A pseudo-contemporary R&B song about [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin exactly what it sounds like]].
** One of the groups they parodied was early 90's R&B group Color Me Badd, who released a song titled "I Wanna Sex You Up".
** Also, there's their song "Wait (You Guys)," a parody of "The Whisper Song" (by The Ying Yang Twins), about, well, showing women their penises.
*** Also their song "Jizz in My Pants" is about a guy who...you know. The problem is so bad that he jizzes in his pants after eating a grape.
** Being lower than the top rung on the satire scale, [[FanNickname DIAB]] was itself spoofed, in "Box in a Box" ([[CountdownWithKeithOlbermann featured on Countdown]]), [[LampshadeHanging which left Mr Timberlake]] lost for an opinion. [[FridgeLogic With bonus subtext]] about body modification: [[HeadTiltinglyKinky How can she put her Box]] [[YouFailAnatomyForever in another Box]]?
*** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rSrL2T4IbcY Maybe it's detachable?]]
** Also spoofed in "I Just Had Sex", their lead song off their second album, featuring Akon, which is pretty much open and frank about the fact Andy and Jorma just had sex. [[SpeedSex It was the best 30 seconds of their life!]]
* "Oops, Oh My" by R&B singer Tweet is the same subject as "I Touch Myself" without half the subtlety.
* Nelly Furtado's song "Promiscuous" is pretty straightforward. "Maneater", though, she claims to be as much about the demands of modern life as sex. "Say It Right" seems just like a love song, but then comes the last lines: "From my body I could show you a place God knows/You should know the space is holy/Do you really want to go?".
* The three songs by Music/JustinTimberlake and [[Music/TheLonelyIsland Andy Samberg]] for SNL parody the trope and [[{{Retraux}} 80's culture in general]] with two [[CasanovaWannabe Casanova Wannabes]] attempting several rediculous plans to... well, you know.
** ''Dick in a box'', the perfect gift for every occasion.
** ''Motherlover:'' Two guys looking for a mothers day gift for their single mothers. ''[[AreYouPonderingWhatImPondering "Are you thinking what I am thinking?"]]'' - ''"I am thinking I think it too."''
** Also, [[AThreesomeIsManly "It's not gay]], when it's in a ''Threeway''".
* Akon's "Right Now (Na na na)". "I WANNA MAKE LOVE RIGHT NOW NOW NOW" Actually, most of his songs qualify.
** Actually, he says "Make UP right now" not "make love". However, his rather conscious effort to emphasize that they have to make up "right now" and wanting to "tease, squeeze and please her" leaves little to no free interpretation as to what he could mean anyway.
** Specially "I Wanna Fuck You" (the airplay version is "I Wanna Love You").
* Ludacris is the master at this. "Splash Waterfalls" comes to mind, detailing all the methods to have sex, with the first half of the chorus rap describing a sensual love scene with a woman singing "make love to me" and describing a quickie and various forms of kinky sex with the lyrics "Fuck me" ("Touch me" in the edited version is sung instead).
** It's [[RuleThirtyFour pretty evident]] what "[[Main/ListSong What's Your Fantasy]]" is about. And in case ''that'' wasn't explicit enough, there's always the remix where Trina raps, "You can La-la-la-lick me from my ass to my clit..."
** On top of that, there's "Nasty Girl" which describes the eponymous (average-seeming) woman's sexual prowess.
** And finally, a song about BeerGoggles, "One More Drink".
* Music/FloRida takes songs that weren't originally about sex and heavily samples them in songs that ''are'', such as "Right Round" (sampling Dead or Alive's 1984 hit "You Spin Me Round (Like A Record)", which ''is'' about sex, though not explicit) and "Sugar" (sampling Eiffel 65's 1999 hit "Blue (Da Ba Dee)").
** All of those pale in comparison to "Whistle", which doesn't even hide what it's about. "Can you blow my whistle, baby, whistle baby?"
* Music/MariahCarey's "Touch My Body".
* Music/JanetJackson's albums practically live and breathe this trope, although you really have to look no further than her ''.janet'' album. [[http://www.lyricsfreak.com/j/janet+jackson/if_20069581.html If]] and [[http://www.lyricsfreak.com/j/janet+jackson/any+time+any+place_20069578.html Anytime, Anyplace]] are the most blatant, though sexual subtlety is not a strength.
** I'll see those two, and raise you "Would You Mind?" from ''All for You.'' The lyrics are filthy enough, and subtle as a flying brick, but it really gets out of hand during the last minute of the song. (She stops singing and just fakes an orgasm.) ...At least, we ''hope'' she was faking. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XisfpZJ1m3A And let's not even get started on her live performances of this song.]]
*** To drive the point home, the dirty version of that album isn't on the iTunes Store.
** Hell, even on Rhythm Nation 1814, an album full of social commentary, has "Love Will Never Do Without You" (albeit {{downplayed|Trope}} and "Someday is Tonight".
* Timbaland & Justin Timberlake's "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_K4Eke2VXqo Carry Out]]" combines this trope with ''fast-food'' metaphors, stopping just short of referencing [=McDonald's=] "I'd Hit It" campaign:
-->Number one, I take two number threes\\
That's a whole lot of you and a side of me\\
Now is it full of myself to want you full of me\\
And if it's room for dessert then I want a piece
* Ginuwine - Pony. Nuff said.
* Hey everybody, while we're at it, "Let's Talk About Sex."
** Which is, surprisingly enough for those who haven't actually listened to the song, actually a subversion. Salt-N-Pepa wrote the song as an invitation to a mature, frank, and open discussion about sexual relationships. There are even a few lines within the song admitting that people will probably see the title and misunderstand what they were trying to get at.
** They later broke out the [[{{Anvilicious}} anvils]] when they did a reworked version called "Let's Talk About AIDS".
** They, however, played this trope completely straight with "Push It" and "Shoop".
* "Tell Me Something Good" by Chaka Khan and Rufus (infamously used in the "[[PrimalScene Oh Kitty]]" episode of ''Series/That70sShow''.
* Mtume's "Juicy Fruit" uses pretty much every candy metaphor they can think of. Including the not-at-all metaphor "I'll be your lollipop (You can lick me ''everywhere''!)"
* Music/LilWayne - "Lollipop".
** Let's just say that most of Lil Wayne's songs nowadays are about sex. Case in point, "Romance" from I Am Not a Human Being II, which was not included in the iTunes release.
* India.Arie's song "Brown Skin" basically contains a lot of candy related metaphors, such as chocolate or licorice. The most obvious innuendo is "Every time I let you in, abracadabra magic happens as we swim/Higher and higher finally we reach heaven/Come back to earth and then we do it all again".
* "Livin' La Vida Loca" by Ricky Martin.
* Pretty much anything by Ready for the World.
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=drkXXuxKRv4 "Cruisin'" by Smokey Robinson.]] It starts out rather subtle. However each successive verse becomes less and less so until Smokey finally gives us "I could just stay there inside you and love you, baby". Not inside ''with'' you. ''Inside you''. And speaking of "driving"...
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q9NhK9nyN30 "Pull Up To The Bumper" by Music/GraceJones.]] This is the first half of the chorus: "Pull up to my bumper, baby/In your long, black limousine/Pull up to my bumper, baby/Drive it in between". If driving a limousine ''in between'' a bumper is too understated for you, feel free to listen to the rest of the song to see what she's referring to. At home.
* Music/{{Usher}}'s "Love in This Club", with plenty of lovely lines such as:
-->I can't take it no more\\
Baby I'm coming for you
** and:
-->I'll be like your medicine\\
You'll take every dose of me
*** Actually, that line's from Music/{{Young Jeezy}}'s guest verse.
** as well as my personal favorite:
-->Let's both get undressed right here\\
Keep it up girl, and I swear\\
I'mma give it to you non-stop\\
And I don't care who's watching
** "Nice and Slow" is pretty blatant.
--> I got plans to put my hands\\
in places I've never seen\\
Girl, you know what I mean
** Usher practically runs on this trope.
* "Too Close", originally by the group Next but covered by the group Blue. The whole song is about how grinding on this girl is [[RagingStiffie giving him a boner]]. The chorus is a little more ambiguous about it:
-->Baby when were grinding\\
I get so excited\\
Ooh how I like it\\
I try but I cant fight it\\
Oh you're dancing real close\\
Plus its real real slow\\
You're making it [[DoubleEntendre hard]] for me\\

** But these lines make it obvious:
-->Step back you're dancing kinda close (yeah)\\
I feel a little poke coming through\\
On you\\
Now girl, I know you felt it\\
But boo, you know I can't help it\\
You know what I wanna do\\

** The fun part is that the quoted line ''isn't censored at all'' by most radio stations. A little [[LyricalDissonance cheery music]] goes a long way.
*** The ''entire song'' is in no way subtle. The fact that it got played at all is amazing.
** Oh, and while we're there, this list can't be complete without "Taste So Good", which takes this trope and ''runs'' with it. Not only that, the chorus sounds like a couple dirty-talking before doing it, and the opening disclaimer says: "Please play at a low volume, preferably, while having sex.".
** The last verse of "Wifey" is also quite blatant:
-->Skinny designer fit real jiggy\\
Ain't afraid to hump with me\\
When we get busy\\
Ride out I licky-licky\\
Till I get dizzy\\
Toes done, fresh scent\\
I think it's sizzly
* Chrisette Michele's "If I Have My Way".
* Beyonce, "1+1," where she outright pleads "Make love to me."
* Music/TreySongz is made of this. In fact it's probably easier to list the songs that ''aren't'' full of this trope ("Can't Be Friends" & "Simply Amazing" are probably the only singles). Examples that are blatant even in the title are [[RightThroughTheWall "Neighbors Know My Name"]] and "I Invented Sex/Say Aah". Probably the weirdest one is "LOL :)", (that is actually the name of the song and in the chorus), about his girlfriend sexting him.
* Teddy Pendergrass: "Close the Door". The 1996 version of ''Film/TheNuttyProfessor'' has Sherman listening to this track and cheering Teddy on.
** From the same film: "Somethin' 4 Da Honeyz" by Montell Jordan.
--> So if a girly is lonesome \\
I think that she knows where to go when she wants some \\
Cuz Monty ain't here for nothing but I got a little \\
Somethin' 4 da Honeyz
* Music/ChrisBrown has a lot of these, especially on his latest albums. One song, "No Bullshit" is blatantly about this. The first two lines are "3 in the morning/You know I'm horny".
* Gucci Mane's "Sex in Crazy Places," which also features NickiMinaj, Trina, and Bobby V, making it the veritable "We Are The World" of songs about having sex on rollercoasters.
* The-Dream's ''entire career''. He makes no apologies. Let's review some of his song titles: "Touch and Feel", "Playing in Her Hair", "Sweat it Out", "Sex Intelligent", and the all-time classics "Panties to the Side", "My Love" (featuring Mariah Carey) and "Falsetto".
* Parodied with [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vc8tPTVBRSc "Ooh, Girl"]], an "honest R&B song" from [[http://www.runawaybox.com/ Runaway Box]].
* Brian [=McKnight=] has "If You're Ready To Learn", that includes the lyrics "Let me show you how your pussy works/Since you didn't bring it to me first". The rest of the song is so dirty that he was approached to sing it at the porn industry's AVN Awards.
* Mohombi's "Bumpy Ride": "I wanna boom bang bang with your body-o... Girl let me rock you rock you like a rodeo..."
* Raghav's "So Much" uses dessert metaphors. [[AWildRapperAppears Kardinal Offishall's token rap]] even throws in a line about [[LampshadeHanging "places I can't talk about on the station"]]!
* "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VVh2b7KCPUE Naked]]" by Dev & Enrique Iglesias.
* Music/TheWeeknd: 90 to 95% of his songs are about sex, drugs, or [[BreadEggsBreadedEggs sex on drugs]]. No wonder he contributed for the ''Film/FiftyShadesOfGrey'' soundtrack.
* 112 (pronounce it one-twelve) are outright masters at this, with around 2/3 of their music catalogue being about sex. With classics such as [[MakingLoveInAllTheWrongPlaces "Anywhere"]], [[DoubleEntendre "Peaches & Cream"]] and [[DoYouWantToCopulate "Can I Touch You"]], they could be pretty much described as the 2 Live Crew of R&B with all this sexuality going on.[[note]][[SillyLoveSongs ...The only difference is that they're more romantic.]][[/note]]
* When {{Music/Pitbull}} isn't [[BoastfulRap rubbing his massive amounts of money and/or his awesome life in our faces]], he's usually talking about this.
* Music/RobinThicke's "Blurred Lines" is all over this, with lyrics like "I know you want it" and "you want to hug me/ what rhymes with hug me?" and offering the girl a joint ("can you breathe? I got this from Jamaica"). The video with three clothed guys and three nude women drives the point home. Unfortunately, the lyrics could also be construed to imply date rape, which makes this arguably a possible failure of this trope.
* Music/{{Ylvis}}'s "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=369FGAb1iI8 Work It]]" doesn't bother with the subtleties.
* "Dang-A-Lang" by Trina featuring Music/NickiMinaj and Lady Saw (mentioned in the Reggae section of this page) is all about a successful woman who only wants a man for his "dangalang" (penis).
-->Cuz dang a lang so pretty, bout 12 inches\\
So I let him meet kitty, now they best friends
* Most of Plies' songs revolve around this ("Shawty", "Bust It Baby", "Put It On Ya", "Becky", and many others).
** Here is the chorus for "Becky":
--->I'm on this liquor oh so heavy\\
'Fo we fuck, can you neck me?\\
A lil' head and I am ready\\
I want yo mouth, give me that Becky
* Music/LLCoolJ just might be the TropeCodifier for rap. "I Need Love" is often considered the first Hip Hop Ballad, but it doesn't stop there. "Doin' It" is probably his most famous example though.
* Kelis-"Milkshake"
* From "[[Music/SirMixALot Baby Got Back]]": something about an anaconda and buns.
** "A word to the thick soul sistas/I wanna get with ya/I won't cuss or hit ya/But I gotta be straight when I say I wanna /''FUCK''/ 'Til the Break of Dawn/ Baby got it goin' on/A lotta simps won't like this song..."
** "I'm long, and I'm strong, and I'm about to get the friction on".
** Also "Ride", one of his later unsung singles.
* There was a big fuss made about how Music/SouljaBoy's "Crank That" had been played in public areas (such as at sporting events) as if it were perfectly clean, when it's really extremely lewd...which leads one to question the morality of the MoralGuardians, since while it ''is'' indeed an example, it's so heavily coated with slang that it sounds like a bunch of gibberish to anyone who isn't already in the know as to what it means. In the quest to "save the children" from perversion, MoralGuardians become the biggest perverts of them all.
** For those who genuinely don't know what it means...[[spoiler: "Superman that hoe" refers to ejaculating on a woman's back so that the blanket is stuck in a manner resembling Superman's cape. The dance mimics the woman trying to get it off.]]
** Actually, Soulja Boy himself has stated that the whole song was written with no meaning in mind, and he was rather disturbed by listeners interpreting it sexually.
* "Boom Boom Boom" by the Outhere Brothers. Most obvious in the dirty version:
--->Girl your booty is so round/I just wanna lay you down/Let me take you from behind/I won't cum until it's time/But if I cannot sleep with you/Maybe I could have a taste/Put your niney on my tongue/And your booty on my face
--->Ow, I came to make you shake it/Till you break it/Caress your body/until you're naked/Bend you over/Grab your shoulder/Slip my peter inside your folder/Make you sweat-a/Get you wet-a/Pump it faster to make it better/Dim the the lights then lock the room/Cos now it's time for me to hit that boom
* Music/TwoLiveCrew's "Face Down, Ass Up." The title says it all.
** Just about all of 2 Live Crew's songs fit into this trope in some way.
* Music/{{Outkast}}'s "I'll Call Before I Come" is not about telephones.
** "Spread" from Outkast is a lot less subtle, complete with a 30-second segment in the song that sounds like a couple racing home to get in bed.
* Killer Mike's song "ADIDAS" with [=Outkast=]'s Big Boi and Sleepy Brown is not about a pair of sneakers.
--->"I'll call before I come/I won't just won't pop up over, out the blue/No after you."
* Pretty Ricky: "Grind on Me", which has also been used on the well-known eponymous [[WebOriginal/{{Vine}} Vines.]]
--> Step 1, get kissin on me
--> Step 2, girl you killin me softly
--> Step 3, Now you see why you chose me
--> Step 4, and ooo you grindin with me
* "Shawty's Over 9000" by BB & G-Wize, in addition to referencing the popular internet meme, is an example of this trope. ''And'' they got Bryan Drummond to supply his Vegeta voice for the intro an sampling.
* "Candy Shop" by Music/FiftyCent ft. Olivia. Yet another song that uses "lollipop" to mean "penis".
* In what must be the most blatant example ever, the song "Fuck Me On The Dance Floor" by Princess Superstar manages to push this trope so far that one starts wondering if it is [[FauxSymbolism using sex as a metaphor for dancing]] instead of [[FreudWasRight the other way around]], as is traditional.
* Music/TheNotoriousBIG was, well, [[{{Pun}} notoriously]] [[JustForPun blu]][[TheStoner nt]] about it sometimes:
** "Fuck You Tonight":
-->Some say the x, make the sex Spec-tacular,
-->make me lick you from yo neck To yo back, then ya,
-->Shiverin, tongue deliverin
-->Chills up that spine, that ass is mine
** The original "One More Chance":
-->When it comes to sex, Im similar to the Thrilla in Manila
-->Honeys call me "Bigga the Condom Filler"
-->Whether its stiff tongue or stiff dick
-->Biggie squeeze it to make shit fit, now check this shit
-->[]
-->I fuck non-stop, lick my lips a lot
-->Used to lick the clits a lot, but licking clits had to stop
-->Cause yall dont know how to act when the tongue go down below []
-->''and so on.''
* "Lick It" by 20 Fingers is fairly explicit; in it, the female singer is telling her would-be lover that she won't have intercourse with him until he goes down on her.
* Cam'ron's aptly-named "Suck It or Not" (AKA "Touch It or Not"). The first line of the song, after the hook, is "My dick hard as a '''motherfucker!'''"
* Byz did not mince matters when he did "Do You Wanna Fuck".
* Akinyele's 1996 song, "Put It in Your Mouth", which is an entire song using various euphemism for oral sex (both male and female).
* "Horizontal Mambo" by Here Come the Mummies.
* "Between Me, You and Liberation" by Common featuring Cee Lo Green is probably [[LyricalDissonance one of the most uplifting rap songs about sex, EVER.]] The lyrics, while certainly not subtle at all, they also blatantly refer of something: {{sex is liberation}}.
* In "Just Once", by ''Music/MCFrontalot'', he is pleading with his girlfriend to do something, ''anything!'', other than sex for a change.
* Almost ''everything'' by Music/NickiMinaj. To give you a hint on how vulgar her lyrics are:
** "Va Va Voom":
-->''Just met a boy, just met a boy when / He could come inside my pay pen / 'Cause he looked like a super star in the makin' / So I think I'm going in for the takin' / Hear through the grape vine that he cakin' / We can shoot a movie he can do the tapin' / Boom boom boom boom pow things be shakin' / I don't even try to find out who he datin'''
** "Super Bass":
-->''He could ball with the crew he could solo / But I think I like him better when he dolo / And I think I like him better with the fitted cap on / He ain't even gotta try to put the mack on / He just gotta give me that look / When he give me that look / Then the panties comin' off, off, uh''
** "Anaconda" begins with "My anaconda don't want none unless you've got buns hun'" (sampled from the aforementioned "Baby Got Back") which is promising enough, but here's the chorus:
-->'''By the way / What he say? / He can tell I ain't missin' no meals / Come through and fuck him in my automobile / Let him eat it with his grills / And he telling me to chill / And he telling me it's real / That he love my sex appeal / He say he don't like 'em boney / He want something he can grab / So I pulled up in the Jag / Mayweather with the jab like dun-d-d-dun-dun-d-d-dun-dun''
* Music/TylerTheCreator's "VCR", using an extended metaphor involving tapes, recorders, TV shows, and movies.
* "Uptown Funk" by Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars. What do you expect with a song that has lyrics like "[[DoubleEntendre Uptown Funk you up]]"? The song also mentions "white gold" and SlippingAMickey.
* Music/KanyeWest's ''Music/{{Yeezus}}'' has the particularly explicit "I'm in It".
* Salt-N-Pepa's [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vCadcBR95oU "Push It"]].
* "Bang Bang" by Music/JessieJ, Music/ArianaGrande and Music/NickiMinaj. Lyrics like "I'm-a show you how to graduate" and "Show me what your mama gave" are included.
* Filipino rapper Andrew E's career is built on this trope.
** There's his Tagalog version of Tone Loc's "Funky Cold Medina" called "Andrew Ford Medina" (his real name is Andrew Ford Espiritu), where he rather explicitly sings about his sexual escapades with a [[JailBait rich high school girl]] named Anna. The song got massive radio airplay in 1991, and is still one of his biggest hits.
** "Sinabmarin", which isn't entirely sung to the tune of Music/TheBeatles' "Yellow Submarine", but nonetheless turns the kid-friendly sing-along chorus into this:
--> ''Si Olive ay aking sinabmarin / Siya'y bitin pa din, siya'y bitin pa din (Filipino)''
--> ''I went down like a submarine on Olive / She wants more, she wants more (English)''
** "Bini B. Rocha", which is ostensibly about a girl named Bini B. Rocha. "Brocha" is Filipino slang for oral sex on a woman, while "binobrocha" is its present tense.
** "Banyo Queen" (literally translated to "Bathroom Queen") is another one of his big hits -- a song about [[SlippingAMickey getting drugged]] by a random girl he meets at a bar, only to wake up in a motel and doing the deed with her there...behind his girlfriend's back.
* Angela Bofil's "Tonight I Give In" and Betty Wright's "Tonight Is The Night" are about a woman getting her "v-card" punched - the latter (and older) song being far more blatant about it.
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[[folder:Reggae/Ragga/Dancehall]]
* In these music style, this type of lyrics are referred to as "slackness", insinuating that an artist can't write decent lyrics and needs to get attention through controversy.
* Yellowman, an ugly-as-hell 6'7" albino whose musical career centered around him setting himself up as a sex-god. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rdskqR24ZvY Just listen to this.]]
* Light-weight reggae band Inner Circle released "Sweat (A La La La La Long)", which somehow succeeded in GettingCrapPastTheRadar to make its way - unedited - onto chart radio.
* From the inimitable Shabba Ranks, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GEOiO_eDoVI Mr Loverman]]
* Lady Saw began her career in the early 90's doing songs like [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4BpYpmug_5Y "Stab Up de Meat"]]. She has since moved on to singing about no less controversial but more socially important things like infidelity, AIDS and infertility.
* Music/BobMarley. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OLnq_tZf3eQ "Stir it up".]] from ''Music/CatchAFire''. "Bend Down Low" from ''Music/{{Burnin}}''.
* "King of the Dancehall" by Beenie Man fuses this trope with RockstarSong. It's also some kind of BadassBoast.
* Music/JudgeDread [sic!], also known as the "King of Rude", is well known for writing innuendo-laden music. Unlike most of the examples here, it is always PlayedForLaughs. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YUBZQ6NFMZc Just]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R8hrO-XVr54 go]][[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y9fQ9rQPR2E listen!]]
* [[http://www.amazon.co.uk/Trojan-X-Rated-Box-Various-Artists/dp/B00006BIOJ/ref=pd_sim_m_h__1 I think this]] [[http://www.amazon.co.uk/Trojan-Slack-Reggae-Box-Set/dp/B000MTOSPM and this]] say it all... OK, maybe not. Trojan was the premier reggae label in the world between 1968 and 1975. They've issued 2 ''x-rated'' cd compilations.
* Snow's debut album, "12 Inches of Snow" included the mildly romantic, yet overt "Uhh In You".
* Mad Cobra's astoundingly blunt "Flex (Time to Have Sex)"
* Sean Paul's "Get Busy". "Till the early morning, let's get it on..."
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[[folder:Electronic Music and Industrial]]
* "Ich Will Dich" by :Wumpscut: is a song about having sex with someone with absolutely no affection and only desire for physical satisfaction. This being {{Industrial}} Music, it is probably not intended to be a celebration but instead a criticism of such. Notable for the mechanized sounds of a woman orgasming.
* "Cold" by VNV Nation. An example of the tendency of such songs in {{EBM}} to sound somewhat aggressive.
* "Fitness to Purpose" by Nitzer Ebb
* Music/{{Voltaire}} has a song about [[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration Data]] which uses every half-assed TechnoBabble euphemism in the book... and then some.
** Ah yes, the Sexy Data Tango. "...and cause a quantum singularity in your transwarp conduit"
--> ''So if you're a filthy Horta/Data's your bestest bet/'Cause he's fully functional/And anatomically correct!''
* ANY song by Swedish techno (camp) artist Gunther. Seriously, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mbk6kExKf2Q just watch.]]
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c1tzr0n_Usk "Soccer Practice"]] by Gay Pimp.
* There's a song called "Suck My Motherfucking Dick". [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=svAgSM9OJl4 No, really!]] It only repeats the title over and over, though.
* Oliver Heldens:
** His "Gecko (Overdrive)" featuring vocals from Becky Hill is completely unsubtle about sex, with lines like "get the lights down low", "tonight the rules do not apply", and "gates our crashing, lips of passion, you got my heart on overdrive". Hill herself sounds excited for it, and the weird-ass music video emphasizes it even further. Most impressively, it was featured on the E10+ rated video game ''[[VideoGame/ForzaHorizon Forza Horizon 2]]'' completely uncensored.
** Another song by Heldens, "Last All Night (Koala)", managed to be ''even more'' unsubtle about it.
* SigueSigueSputnik has a little bit sex in almost all their songs, and the most blatant is "Orgasm".
* Disclosure: Just about every song. Seriously, they could be the Music/TwoLiveCrew of EDM. "Latch", "F For You", "You & Me", "Help Me Lose My Mind", "Bang That", "Magnets", "Nocturnal"... You're starting to get the picture. That being said, they're considerably classier about it than others.
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* ''I'll Make Love to You'' by Boyz II Men is direct to the point.
* "Let's Get It On" and "Sexual Healing", both by Music/MarvinGaye.
** Hell, his name is Marvin ''Gaye'' (but only because he [[EmbarassingLastName wisely]] put an E...).
* Speaking of older R&B stars, Music/TheIsleyBrothers had a lot of songs in this vein, such as "Between the Sheets" and "I Need Your Body". The second verse of the latter is particularly blatant:
--->If you're free tonight, I'd love to take you home\\
You understand that I don't want to spend the night alone\\
It would be like paradise, making love to you, yeah\\
Don't you think it's time I got into you?
* RKelly don't see nothin' wrong with a little Bump 'n Grind.
** Ignition. Not Ignition (Remix), mind you. Just straight up Ignition.
--->''Girl, please, let me stick my key in your ignition babe...''
** [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Sex Me]]. Both parts, resulting in an ''[[EpicRocking eleven-minute-long]]'' sex ballad.
* "Shut Up And Drive" by Music/{{Rihanna}}.
* "Get Low" by LilJon and the Eastside Boyz.
* Spoofed by Music/TheLonelyIsland and Music/JustinTimberlake on ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' with the musical skit, "Dick In A Box." A pseudo-contemporary R&B song about [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin exactly what it sounds like]].
** One of the groups they parodied was early 90's R&B group Color Me Badd, who released a song titled "I Wanna Sex You Up".
** Also, there's their song "Wait (You Guys)," a parody of "The Whisper Song" (by The Ying Yang Twins), about, well, showing women their penises.
*** Also their song "Jizz in My Pants" is about a guy who...you know. The problem is so bad that he jizzes in his pants after eating a grape.
** Being lower than the top rung on the satire scale, [[FanNickname DIAB]] was itself spoofed, in "Box in a Box" ([[CountdownWithKeithOlbermann featured on Countdown]]), [[LampshadeHanging which left Mr Timberlake]] lost for an opinion. [[FridgeLogic With bonus subtext]] about body modification: [[HeadTiltinglyKinky How can she put her Box]] [[YouFailAnatomyForever in another Box]]?
*** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rSrL2T4IbcY Maybe it's detachable?]]
** Also spoofed in "I Just Had Sex", their lead song off their second album, featuring Akon, which is pretty much open and frank about the fact Andy and Jorma just had sex. [[SpeedSex It was the best 30 seconds of their life!]]
* "Oops, Oh My" by R&B singer Tweet is the same subject as "I Touch Myself" without half the subtlety.
* Nelly Furtado's song "Promiscuous" is pretty straightforward. "Maneater", though, she claims to be as much about the demands of modern life as sex. "Say It Right" seems just like a love song, but then comes the last lines: "From my body I could show you a place God knows/You should know the space is holy/Do you really want to go?".
* The three songs by Music/JustinTimberlake and [[Music/TheLonelyIsland Andy Samberg]] for SNL parody the trope and [[{{Retraux}} 80's culture in general]] with two [[CasanovaWannabe Casanova Wannabes]] attempting several rediculous plans to... well, you know.
** ''Dick in a box'', the perfect gift for every occasion.
** ''Motherlover:'' Two guys looking for a mothers day gift for their single mothers. ''[[AreYouPonderingWhatImPondering "Are you thinking what I am thinking?"]]'' - ''"I am thinking I think it too."''
** Also, [[AThreesomeIsManly "It's not gay]], when it's in a ''Threeway''".
* Akon's "Right Now (Na na na)". "I WANNA MAKE LOVE RIGHT NOW NOW NOW" Actually, most of his songs qualify.
** Actually, he says "Make UP right now" not "make love". However, his rather conscious effort to emphasize that they have to make up "right now" and wanting to "tease, squeeze and please her" leaves little to no free interpretation as to what he could mean anyway.
** Specially "I Wanna Fuck You" (the airplay version is "I Wanna Love You").
* Ludacris is the master at this. "Splash Waterfalls" comes to mind, detailing all the methods to have sex, with the first half of the chorus rap describing a sensual love scene with a woman singing "make love to me" and describing a quickie and various forms of kinky sex with the lyrics "Fuck me" ("Touch me" in the edited version is sung instead).
** It's [[RuleThirtyFour pretty evident]] what "[[Main/ListSong What's Your Fantasy]]" is about. And in case ''that'' wasn't explicit enough, there's always the remix where Trina raps, "You can La-la-la-lick me from my ass to my clit..."
** On top of that, there's "Nasty Girl" which describes the eponymous (average-seeming) woman's sexual prowess.
** And finally, a song about BeerGoggles, "One More Drink".
* Music/FloRida takes songs that weren't originally about sex and heavily samples them in songs that ''are'', such as "Right Round" (sampling Dead or Alive's 1984 hit "You Spin Me Round (Like A Record)", which ''is'' about sex, though not explicit) and "Sugar" (sampling Eiffel 65's 1999 hit "Blue (Da Ba Dee)").
** All of those pale in comparison to "Whistle", which doesn't even hide what it's about. "Can you blow my whistle, baby, whistle baby?"
* Music/MariahCarey's "Touch My Body".
* Music/JanetJackson's albums practically live and breathe this trope, although you really have to look no further than her ''.janet'' album. [[http://www.lyricsfreak.com/j/janet+jackson/if_20069581.html If]] and [[http://www.lyricsfreak.com/j/janet+jackson/any+time+any+place_20069578.html Anytime, Anyplace]] are the most blatant, though sexual subtlety is not a strength.
** I'll see those two, and raise you "Would You Mind?" from ''All for You.'' The lyrics are filthy enough, and subtle as a flying brick, but it really gets out of hand during the last minute of the song. (She stops singing and just fakes an orgasm.) ...At least, we ''hope'' she was faking. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XisfpZJ1m3A And let's not even get started on her live performances of this song.]]
*** To drive the point home, the dirty version of that album isn't on the iTunes Store.
** Hell, even on Rhythm Nation 1814, an album full of social commentary, has "Love Will Never Do Without You" (albeit {{downplayed|Trope}} and "Someday is Tonight".
* Timbaland & Justin Timberlake's "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_K4Eke2VXqo Carry Out]]" combines this trope with ''fast-food'' metaphors, stopping just short of referencing [=McDonald's=] "I'd Hit It" campaign:
-->Number one, I take two number threes\\
That's a whole lot of you and a side of me\\
Now is it full of myself to want you full of me\\
And if it's room for dessert then I want a piece
* Ginuwine - Pony. Nuff said.
* Hey everybody, while we're at it, "Let's Talk About Sex."
** Which is, surprisingly enough for those who haven't actually listened to the song, actually a subversion. Salt-N-Pepa wrote the song as an invitation to a mature, frank, and open discussion about sexual relationships. There are even a few lines within the song admitting that people will probably see the title and misunderstand what they were trying to get at.
** They later broke out the [[{{Anvilicious}} anvils]] when they did a reworked version called "Let's Talk About AIDS".
** They, however, played this trope completely straight with "Push It" and "Shoop".
* "Tell Me Something Good" by Chaka Khan and Rufus (infamously used in the "[[PrimalScene Oh Kitty]]" episode of ''Series/That70sShow''.
* Mtume's "Juicy Fruit" uses pretty much every candy metaphor they can think of. Including the not-at-all metaphor "I'll be your lollipop (You can lick me ''everywhere''!)"
* Music/LilWayne - "Lollipop".
** Let's just say that most of Lil Wayne's songs nowadays are about sex. Case in point, "Romance" from I Am Not a Human Being II, which was not included in the iTunes release.
* India.Arie's song "Brown Skin" basically contains a lot of candy related metaphors, such as chocolate or licorice. The most obvious innuendo is "Every time I let you in, abracadabra magic happens as we swim/Higher and higher finally we reach heaven/Come back to earth and then we do it all again".
* "Livin' La Vida Loca" by Ricky Martin.
* Pretty much anything by Ready for the World.
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=drkXXuxKRv4 "Cruisin'" by Smokey Robinson.]] It starts out rather subtle. However each successive verse becomes less and less so until Smokey finally gives us "I could just stay there inside you and love you, baby". Not inside ''with'' you. ''Inside you''. And speaking of "driving"...
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q9NhK9nyN30 "Pull Up To The Bumper" by Music/GraceJones.]] This is the first half of the chorus: "Pull up to my bumper, baby/In your long, black limousine/Pull up to my bumper, baby/Drive it in between". If driving a limousine ''in between'' a bumper is too understated for you, feel free to listen to the rest of the song to see what she's referring to. At home.
* Music/{{Usher}}'s "Love in This Club", with plenty of lovely lines such as:
-->I can't take it no more\\
Baby I'm coming for you
** and:
-->I'll be like your medicine\\
You'll take every dose of me
*** Actually, that line's from Music/{{Young Jeezy}}'s guest verse.
** as well as my personal favorite:
-->Let's both get undressed right here\\
Keep it up girl, and I swear\\
I'mma give it to you non-stop\\
And I don't care who's watching
** "Nice and Slow" is pretty blatant.
--> I got plans to put my hands\\
in places I've never seen\\
Girl, you know what I mean
** Usher practically runs on this trope.
* "Too Close", originally by the group Next but covered by the group Blue. The whole song is about how grinding on this girl is [[RagingStiffie giving him a boner]]. The chorus is a little more ambiguous about it:
-->Baby when were grinding\\
I get so excited\\
Ooh how I like it\\
I try but I cant fight it\\
Oh you're dancing real close\\
Plus its real real slow\\
You're making it [[DoubleEntendre hard]] for me\\

** But these lines make it obvious:
-->Step back you're dancing kinda close (yeah)\\
I feel a little poke coming through\\
On you\\
Now girl, I know you felt it\\
But boo, you know I can't help it\\
You know what I wanna do\\

** The fun part is that the quoted line ''isn't censored at all'' by most radio stations. A little [[LyricalDissonance cheery music]] goes a long way.
*** The ''entire song'' is in no way subtle. The fact that it got played at all is amazing.
** Oh, and while we're there, this list can't be complete without "Taste So Good", which takes this trope and ''runs'' with it. Not only that, the chorus sounds like a couple dirty-talking before doing it, and the opening disclaimer says: "Please play at a low volume, preferably, while having sex.".
** The last verse of "Wifey" is also quite blatant:
-->Skinny designer fit real jiggy\\
Ain't afraid to hump with me\\
When we get busy\\
Ride out I licky-licky\\
Till I get dizzy\\
Toes done, fresh scent\\
I think it's sizzly
* Chrisette Michele's "If I Have My Way".
* Beyonce, "1+1," where she outright pleads "Make love to me."
* Music/TreySongz is made of this. In fact it's probably easier to list the songs that ''aren't'' full of this trope ("Can't Be Friends" & "Simply Amazing" are probably the only singles). Examples that are blatant even in the title are [[RightThroughTheWall "Neighbors Know My Name"]] and "I Invented Sex/Say Aah". Probably the weirdest one is "LOL :)", (that is actually the name of the song and in the chorus), about his girlfriend sexting him.
* Teddy Pendergrass: "Close the Door". The 1996 version of ''Film/TheNuttyProfessor'' has Sherman listening to this track and cheering Teddy on.
** From the same film: "Somethin' 4 Da Honeyz" by Montell Jordan.
--> So if a girly is lonesome \\
I think that she knows where to go when she wants some \\
Cuz Monty ain't here for nothing but I got a little \\
Somethin' 4 da Honeyz
* Music/ChrisBrown has a lot of these, especially on his latest albums. One song, "No Bullshit" is blatantly about this. The first two lines are "3 in the morning/You know I'm horny".
* Gucci Mane's "Sex in Crazy Places," which also features NickiMinaj, Trina, and Bobby V, making it the veritable "We Are The World" of songs about having sex on rollercoasters.
* The-Dream's ''entire career''. He makes no apologies. Let's review some of his song titles: "Touch and Feel", "Playing in Her Hair", "Sweat it Out", "Sex Intelligent", and the all-time classics "Panties to the Side", "My Love" (featuring Mariah Carey) and "Falsetto".
* Parodied with [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vc8tPTVBRSc "Ooh, Girl"]], an "honest R&B song" from [[http://www.runawaybox.com/ Runaway Box]].
* Brian [=McKnight=] has "If You're Ready To Learn", that includes the lyrics "Let me show you how your pussy works/Since you didn't bring it to me first". The rest of the song is so dirty that he was approached to sing it at the porn industry's AVN Awards.
* Mohombi's "Bumpy Ride": "I wanna boom bang bang with your body-o... Girl let me rock you rock you like a rodeo..."
* Raghav's "So Much" uses dessert metaphors. [[AWildRapperAppears Kardinal Offishall's token rap]] even throws in a line about [[LampshadeHanging "places I can't talk about on the station"]]!
* "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VVh2b7KCPUE Naked]]" by Dev & Enrique Iglesias.
* Music/TheWeeknd: 90 to 95% of his songs are about sex, drugs, or [[BreadEggsBreadedEggs sex on drugs]]. No wonder he contributed for the ''Film/FiftyShadesOfGrey'' soundtrack.
* 112 (pronounce it one-twelve) are outright masters at this, with around 2/3 of their music catalogue being about sex. With classics such as [[MakingLoveInAllTheWrongPlaces "Anywhere"]], [[DoubleEntendre "Peaches & Cream"]] and [[DoYouWantToCopulate "Can I Touch You"]], they could be pretty much described as the 2 Live Crew of R&B with all this sexuality going on.[[note]][[SillyLoveSongs ...The only difference is that they're more romantic.]][[/note]]
* When {{Music/Pitbull}} isn't [[BoastfulRap rubbing his massive amounts of money and/or his awesome life in our faces]], he's usually talking about this.
* Music/RobinThicke's "Blurred Lines" is all over this, with lyrics like "I know you want it" and "you want to hug me/ what rhymes with hug me?" and offering the girl a joint ("can you breathe? I got this from Jamaica"). The video with three clothed guys and three nude women drives the point home. Unfortunately, the lyrics could also be construed to imply date rape, which makes this arguably a possible failure of this trope.
* Music/{{Ylvis}}'s "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=369FGAb1iI8 Work It]]" doesn't bother with the subtleties.
* "Dang-A-Lang" by Trina featuring Music/NickiMinaj and Lady Saw (mentioned in the Reggae section of this page) is all about a successful woman who only wants a man for his "dangalang" (penis).
-->Cuz dang a lang so pretty, bout 12 inches\\
So I let him meet kitty, now they best friends
* Most of Plies' songs revolve around this ("Shawty", "Bust It Baby", "Put It On Ya", "Becky", and many others).
** Here is the chorus for "Becky":
--->I'm on this liquor oh so heavy\\
'Fo we fuck, can you neck me?\\
A lil' head and I am ready\\
I want yo mouth, give me that Becky
* Music/LLCoolJ just might be the TropeCodifier for rap. "I Need Love" is often considered the first Hip Hop Ballad, but it doesn't stop there. "Doin' It" is probably his most famous example though.
* Kelis-"Milkshake"
* From "[[Music/SirMixALot Baby Got Back]]": something about an anaconda and buns.
** "A word to the thick soul sistas/I wanna get with ya/I won't cuss or hit ya/But I gotta be straight when I say I wanna /''FUCK''/ 'Til the Break of Dawn/ Baby got it goin' on/A lotta simps won't like this song..."
** "I'm long, and I'm strong, and I'm about to get the friction on".
** Also "Ride", one of his later unsung singles.
* There was a big fuss made about how Music/SouljaBoy's "Crank That" had been played in public areas (such as at sporting events) as if it were perfectly clean, when it's really extremely lewd...which leads one to question the morality of the MoralGuardians, since while it ''is'' indeed an example, it's so heavily coated with slang that it sounds like a bunch of gibberish to anyone who isn't already in the know as to what it means. In the quest to "save the children" from perversion, MoralGuardians become the biggest perverts of them all.
** For those who genuinely don't know what it means...[[spoiler: "Superman that hoe" refers to ejaculating on a woman's back so that the blanket is stuck in a manner resembling Superman's cape. The dance mimics the woman trying to get it off.]]
** Actually, Soulja Boy himself has stated that the whole song was written with no meaning in mind, and he was rather disturbed by listeners interpreting it sexually.
* "Boom Boom Boom" by the Outhere Brothers. Most obvious in the dirty version:
--->Girl your booty is so round/I just wanna lay you down/Let me take you from behind/I won't cum until it's time/But if I cannot sleep with you/Maybe I could have a taste/Put your niney on my tongue/And your booty on my face
--->Ow, I came to make you shake it/Till you break it/Caress your body/until you're naked/Bend you over/Grab your shoulder/Slip my peter inside your folder/Make you sweat-a/Get you wet-a/Pump it faster to make it better/Dim the the lights then lock the room/Cos now it's time for me to hit that boom
* Music/TwoLiveCrew's "Face Down, Ass Up." The title says it all.
** Just about all of 2 Live Crew's songs fit into this trope in some way.
* Music/{{Outkast}}'s "I'll Call Before I Come" is not about telephones.
** "Spread" from Outkast is a lot less subtle, complete with a 30-second segment in the song that sounds like a couple racing home to get in bed.
* Killer Mike's song "ADIDAS" with [=Outkast=]'s Big Boi and Sleepy Brown is not about a pair of sneakers.
--->"I'll call before I come/I won't just won't pop up over, out the blue/No after you."
* Pretty Ricky: "Grind on Me", which has also been used on the well-known eponymous [[WebOriginal/{{Vine}} Vines.]]
--> Step 1, get kissin on me
--> Step 2, girl you killin me softly
--> Step 3, Now you see why you chose me
--> Step 4, and ooo you grindin with me
* "Shawty's Over 9000" by BB & G-Wize, in addition to referencing the popular internet meme, is an example of this trope. ''And'' they got Bryan Drummond to supply his Vegeta voice for the intro an sampling.
* "Candy Shop" by Music/FiftyCent ft. Olivia. Yet another song that uses "lollipop" to mean "penis".
* In what must be the most blatant example ever, the song "Fuck Me On The Dance Floor" by Princess Superstar manages to push this trope so far that one starts wondering if it is [[FauxSymbolism using sex as a metaphor for dancing]] instead of [[FreudWasRight the other way around]], as is traditional.
* Music/TheNotoriousBIG was, well, [[{{Pun}} notoriously]] [[JustForPun blu]][[TheStoner nt]] about it sometimes:
** "Fuck You Tonight":
-->Some say the x, make the sex Spec-tacular,
-->make me lick you from yo neck To yo back, then ya,
-->Shiverin, tongue deliverin
-->Chills up that spine, that ass is mine
** The original "One More Chance":
-->When it comes to sex, Im similar to the Thrilla in Manila
-->Honeys call me "Bigga the Condom Filler"
-->Whether its stiff tongue or stiff dick
-->Biggie squeeze it to make shit fit, now check this shit
-->[]
-->I fuck non-stop, lick my lips a lot
-->Used to lick the clits a lot, but licking clits had to stop
-->Cause yall dont know how to act when the tongue go down below []
-->''and so on.''
* "Lick It" by 20 Fingers is fairly explicit; in it, the female singer is telling her would-be lover that she won't have intercourse with him until he goes down on her.
* Cam'ron's aptly-named "Suck It or Not" (AKA "Touch It or Not"). The first line of the song, after the hook, is "My dick hard as a '''motherfucker!'''"
* Byz did not mince matters when he did "Do You Wanna Fuck".
* Akinyele's 1996 song, "Put It in Your Mouth", which is an entire song using various euphemism for oral sex (both male and female).
* "Horizontal Mambo" by Here Come the Mummies.
* "Between Me, You and Liberation" by Common featuring Cee Lo Green is probably [[LyricalDissonance one of the most uplifting rap songs about sex, EVER.]] The lyrics, while certainly not subtle at all, they also blatantly refer of something: {{sex is liberation}}.
* In "Just Once", by ''Music/MCFrontalot'', he is pleading with his girlfriend to do something, ''anything!'', other than sex for a change.
* Almost ''everything'' by Music/NickiMinaj. To give you a hint on how vulgar her lyrics are:
** "Va Va Voom":
-->''Just met a boy, just met a boy when / He could come inside my pay pen / 'Cause he looked like a super star in the makin' / So I think I'm going in for the takin' / Hear through the grape vine that he cakin' / We can shoot a movie he can do the tapin' / Boom boom boom boom pow things be shakin' / I don't even try to find out who he datin'''
** "Super Bass":
-->''He could ball with the crew he could solo / But I think I like him better when he dolo / And I think I like him better with the fitted cap on / He ain't even gotta try to put the mack on / He just gotta give me that look / When he give me that look / Then the panties comin' off, off, uh''
** "Anaconda" begins with "My anaconda don't want none unless you've got buns hun'" (sampled from the aforementioned "Baby Got Back") which is promising enough, but here's the chorus:
-->'''By the way / What he say? / He can tell I ain't missin' no meals / Come through and fuck him in my automobile / Let him eat it with his grills / And he telling me to chill / And he telling me it's real / That he love my sex appeal / He say he don't like 'em boney / He want something he can grab / So I pulled up in the Jag / Mayweather with the jab like dun-d-d-dun-dun-d-d-dun-dun''
* Music/TylerTheCreator's "VCR", using an extended metaphor involving tapes, recorders, TV shows, and movies.
* "Uptown Funk" by Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars. What do you expect with a song that has lyrics like "[[DoubleEntendre Uptown Funk you up]]"? The song also mentions "white gold" and SlippingAMickey.
* Music/KanyeWest's ''Music/{{Yeezus}}'' has the particularly explicit "I'm in It".
* Salt-N-Pepa's [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vCadcBR95oU "Push It"]].
* "Bang Bang" by Music/JessieJ, Music/ArianaGrande and Music/NickiMinaj. Lyrics like "I'm-a show you how to graduate" and "Show me what your mama gave" are included.
* Filipino rapper Andrew E's career is built on this trope.
** There's his Tagalog version of Tone Loc's "Funky Cold Medina" called "Andrew Ford Medina" (his real name is Andrew Ford Espiritu), where he rather explicitly sings about his sexual escapades with a [[JailBait rich high school girl]] named Anna. The song got massive radio airplay in 1991, and is still one of his biggest hits.
** "Sinabmarin", which isn't entirely sung to the tune of Music/TheBeatles' "Yellow Submarine", but nonetheless turns the kid-friendly sing-along chorus into this:
--> ''Si Olive ay aking sinabmarin / Siya'y bitin pa din, siya'y bitin pa din (Filipino)''
--> ''I went down like a submarine on Olive / She wants more, she wants more (English)''
** "Bini B. Rocha", which is ostensibly about a girl named Bini B. Rocha. "Brocha" is Filipino slang for oral sex on a woman, while "binobrocha" is its present tense.
** "Banyo Queen" (literally translated to "Bathroom Queen") is another one of his big hits -- a song about [[SlippingAMickey getting drugged]] by a random girl he meets at a bar, only to wake up in a motel and doing the deed with her there...behind his girlfriend's back.
* Angela Bofil's "Tonight I Give In" and Betty Wright's "Tonight Is The Night" are about a woman getting her "v-card" punched - the latter (and older) song being far more blatant about it.
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* In these music style, this type of lyrics are referred to as "slackness", insinuating that an artist can't write decent lyrics and needs to get attention through controversy.
* Yellowman, an ugly-as-hell 6'7" albino whose musical career centered around him setting himself up as a sex-god. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rdskqR24ZvY Just listen to this.]]
* Light-weight reggae band Inner Circle released "Sweat (A La La La La Long)", which somehow succeeded in GettingCrapPastTheRadar to make its way - unedited - onto chart radio.
* From the inimitable Shabba Ranks, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GEOiO_eDoVI Mr Loverman]]
* Lady Saw began her career in the early 90's doing songs like [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4BpYpmug_5Y "Stab Up de Meat"]]. She has since moved on to singing about no less controversial but more socially important things like infidelity, AIDS and infertility.
* Music/BobMarley. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OLnq_tZf3eQ "Stir it up".]] from ''Music/CatchAFire''. "Bend Down Low" from ''Music/{{Burnin}}''.
* "King of the Dancehall" by Beenie Man fuses this trope with RockstarSong. It's also some kind of BadassBoast.
* Music/JudgeDread [sic!], also known as the "King of Rude", is well known for writing innuendo-laden music. Unlike most of the examples here, it is always PlayedForLaughs. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YUBZQ6NFMZc Just]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R8hrO-XVr54 go]][[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y9fQ9rQPR2E listen!]]
* [[http://www.amazon.co.uk/Trojan-X-Rated-Box-Various-Artists/dp/B00006BIOJ/ref=pd_sim_m_h__1 I think this]] [[http://www.amazon.co.uk/Trojan-Slack-Reggae-Box-Set/dp/B000MTOSPM and this]] say it all... OK, maybe not. Trojan was the premier reggae label in the world between 1968 and 1975. They've issued 2 ''x-rated'' cd compilations.
* Snow's debut album, "12 Inches of Snow" included the mildly romantic, yet overt "Uhh In You".
* Mad Cobra's astoundingly blunt "Flex (Time to Have Sex)"
* Sean Paul's "Get Busy". "Till the early morning, let's get it on..."
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* "Ich Will Dich" by :Wumpscut: is a song about having sex with someone with absolutely no affection and only desire for physical satisfaction. This being {{Industrial}} Music, it is probably not intended to be a celebration but instead a criticism of such. Notable for the mechanized sounds of a woman orgasming.
* "Cold" by VNV Nation. An example of the tendency of such songs in {{EBM}} to sound somewhat aggressive.
* "Fitness to Purpose" by Nitzer Ebb
* Music/{{Voltaire}} has a song about [[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration Data]] which uses every half-assed TechnoBabble euphemism in the book... and then some.
** Ah yes, the Sexy Data Tango. "...and cause a quantum singularity in your transwarp conduit"
--> ''So if you're a filthy Horta/Data's your bestest bet/'Cause he's fully functional/And anatomically correct!''
* ANY song by Swedish techno (camp) artist Gunther. Seriously, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mbk6kExKf2Q just watch.]]
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c1tzr0n_Usk "Soccer Practice"]] by Gay Pimp.
* There's a song called "Suck My Motherfucking Dick". [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=svAgSM9OJl4 No, really!]] It only repeats the title over and over, though.
* Oliver Heldens:
** His "Gecko (Overdrive)" featuring vocals from Becky Hill is completely unsubtle about sex, with lines like "get the lights down low", "tonight the rules do not apply", and "gates our crashing, lips of passion, you got my heart on overdrive". Hill herself sounds excited for it, and the weird-ass music video emphasizes it even further. Most impressively, it was featured on the E10+ rated video game ''[[VideoGame/ForzaHorizon Forza Horizon 2]]'' completely uncensored.
** Another song by Heldens, "Last All Night (Koala)", managed to be ''even more'' unsubtle about it.
* SigueSigueSputnik has a little bit sex in almost all their songs, and the most blatant is "Orgasm".
* Disclosure: Just about every song. Seriously, they could be the Music/TwoLiveCrew of EDM. "Latch", "F For You", "You & Me", "Help Me Lose My Mind", "Bang That", "Magnets", "Nocturnal"... You're starting to get the picture. That being said, they're considerably classier about it than others.
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* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ERIssUYV8g "Never Learn Not To Love"]] by Music/TheBeachBoys. It's really a rewrite of [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pHzt1N6WmUw "Cease To Exist"]] by UsefulNotes/CharlesManson.
15th Aug '16 11:28:48 PM merotoker
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[[HurricaneOfEuphemisms All sorts of euphemisms are used]]: making love[[note]]though this can simply mean, and originally did mean, romancing and flirting[[/note]], getting lucky, goin' downtown, hitting the jackpot, throwing the hot dog in the hallway, play 'hide the salami', makin baby batter, buttering her bread, putting the key in the ignition, thrashing the thistle, scuba diving in the oasis, plugging the pudding portal, the ringing of Persian ankle bells, inserting the credit card into the slot machine, slamming the space jam in the dimensional pocket, bumping uglies, doing the horizontal tango, [[Main/{{Spoonerism}} firty ducking]], [[VideoGame/TheSims woohooing]], knockin' boots, getting some rib, [[WesternAnimation/SouthPark about tree fiddy]], and the classic (made popular by TheNewlywedGame), making whoopie. No matter what it is or where it's coming from, they're all talking about the same thing and they all get the job done.

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[[HurricaneOfEuphemisms All sorts of euphemisms are used]]: making love[[note]]though this can simply mean, and originally did mean, romancing and flirting[[/note]], getting lucky, goin' downtown, hitting the jackpot, throwing the hot dog in the hallway, play 'hide the salami', makin baby batter, buttering her bread, putting the key in the ignition, thrashing the thistle, scuba diving in the oasis, plugging the pudding portal, the ringing of Persian ankle bells, inserting the credit card into the slot machine, slamming the space jam in the dimensional pocket, bumping uglies, doing the horizontal tango, [[Main/{{Spoonerism}} [[{{Spoonerism}} firty ducking]], [[VideoGame/TheSims woohooing]], knockin' boots, getting some rib, [[WesternAnimation/SouthPark about tree fiddy]], and the classic (made popular by TheNewlywedGame), making whoopie. No matter what it is or where it's coming from, they're all talking about the same thing and they all get the job done.



We just ''said'' that nearly all songs are about sex. [[OdeToIntoxication The rest are about drugs]]. [[SexDrugsAndRockAndRoll Or rock and roll]]. But this is IntercourseWithYou.

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We just ''said'' that nearly all songs are about sex. [[OdeToIntoxication The rest are about drugs]]. [[SexDrugsAndRockAndRoll Or rock and roll]]. But this is IntercourseWithYou.
Intercourse With You.



** "In the Closet" is just as suggestive, if not moreso. As if the lyrics aren't enough, the video [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4qLY0vbrT8Q makes the message clear]] Definitely {{NSFW}}/school/young children.

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** "In the Closet" is just as suggestive, if not moreso. As if the lyrics aren't enough, the video [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4qLY0vbrT8Q makes the message clear]] Definitely {{NSFW}}/school/young {{N|otSafeForWork}}SFW/school/young children.



** His song "Faith" (later covered by LimpBizkit), is about a man who turns down sex because he's "waiting for something more".

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** His song "Faith" (later covered by LimpBizkit), Music/LimpBizkit), is about a man who turns down sex because he's "waiting for something more".



** Let's not forget "Justify My Love", which is also terrifying, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Np_Y740aReI especially the video]].

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** Let's not forget Also "Justify My Love", which is also terrifying, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Np_Y740aReI especially the video]].



* MirandaCosgrove's ''Sayonara'': Doing a sexy purr for a TitleDrop, the implications of the bridge, oh boy. Doubles as WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids.

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* MirandaCosgrove's Creator/MirandaCosgrove's ''Sayonara'': Doing a sexy purr for a TitleDrop, the implications of the bridge, oh boy. Doubles as WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids.



*** Bonus irony points for having the ''exact same'' chord structure as Creator/{{Pink}}'s ''[[ADateWithRosiePalms U + Ur Hand]]'' to transmit the exact opposite meaning. ("Keep your drunk, just give me the money; it's just [TitleDrop] tonight.")

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*** Bonus irony points for having the ''exact same'' chord structure as Creator/{{Pink}}'s Music/{{Pink}}'s ''[[ADateWithRosiePalms U + Ur Hand]]'' to transmit the exact opposite meaning. ("Keep your drunk, just give me the money; it's just [TitleDrop] tonight.")



* Ian Anderson, leader of JethroTull, is quite the dirty old sod. "Kissing Willie", "Velvet Green", "Bungle in the Jungle", portions of "Thick as a Brick" and the list goes on. And, let's not forget "Aqualung", which does not have any direct sex in it, but is the story of a homeless pedophile watching little girls on a playground!

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* Ian Anderson, leader of JethroTull, Music/JethroTull, is quite the dirty old sod. "Kissing Willie", "Velvet Green", "Bungle in the Jungle", portions of "Thick as a Brick" and the list goes on. And, let's not forget "Aqualung", which does not have any direct sex in it, but is the story of a homeless pedophile watching little girls on a playground!



* GwenStefani has "Bubble Pop Electric", a song about [[AutoErotica lovemaking inside a car]], and "Yummy", about banging groupies on the road while, among other things, ''telling them about her family.''

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* GwenStefani [[Music/NoDoubt Gwen Stefani]] has "Bubble Pop Electric", a song about [[AutoErotica lovemaking inside a car]], and "Yummy", about banging groupies on the road while, among other things, ''telling them about her family.''



* AFlockOfSeagulls' "Say So Much" and "Love On Your Knees" from ''Dream Come True''. Also "Burnin' Up" from ''The Light At The End Of The World''.

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* AFlockOfSeagulls' Music/AFlockOfSeagulls' "Say So Much" and "Love On Your Knees" from ''Dream Come True''. Also "Burnin' Up" from ''The Light At The End Of The World''.






** The song "Special Secret Song Inside" was originially called "Party on Your Pussy," but ExecutiveMeddling made them change it. The chorus was just "I wanna party on your pussy baby," so the message still remained.

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** The song "Special Secret Song Inside" was originially originally called "Party on Your Pussy," but ExecutiveMeddling made them change it. The chorus was just "I wanna party on your pussy baby," so the message still remained.



** Apparently Brian Johnson has a [[BiggusDickus very good reason]] why he's singing those songs.

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** Apparently Brian Johnson has a [[BiggusDickus [[BiggerIsBetterInBed very good reason]] why he's singing those songs.



** WhoseLineIsItAnyway parodied this tendency during a Compilation Album game with a song called "I Dropped My Chips In Your Nuts."

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** WhoseLineIsItAnyway Series/WhoseLineIsItAnyway parodied this tendency during a Compilation Album game with a song called "I Dropped My Chips In Your Nuts."



*** [[WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButthead "Playing with my-se-eeeelf..."]]

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*** [[WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButthead [[WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButtHead "Playing with my-se-eeeelf..."]]



* MeatLoaf's "Paradise by the Dashboard Light", a ''3 part ballad'', where the second part jumps to a baseball announcer talking about a player going from base to base and heading toward home...with a background of a man and woman moaning.

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* MeatLoaf's Music/MeatLoaf's "Paradise by the Dashboard Light", a ''3 part ballad'', where the second part jumps to a baseball announcer talking about a player going from base to base and heading toward home...with a background of a man and woman moaning.



* Modern English's "I Melt With You" is worthy of mention, because ExecutiveMeddling caused the cover of it used for ''Film/SkyHigh'' to use the line "Moving forward using all my breath / ''Making friends'' with you was never second best," with the net result that while one instance of sexual activity had been removed from the song, anyone old enough to recall the original had their fond memories sodomized instead.
** Furthermore, there is a character in ''Sky High'' who can turn into water. [[PowerPerversionPotential So...]]

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* Modern English's "I Melt With You" is worthy of mention, because ExecutiveMeddling caused the cover of it used for ''Film/SkyHigh'' ''Film/{{Sky High|2005}}'' to use the line "Moving forward using all my breath / ''Making friends'' with you was never second best," with the net result that while one instance of sexual activity had been removed from the song, anyone old enough to recall the original had their fond memories sodomized instead.
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instead. Furthermore, there is a character in ''Sky High'' who can turn into water. [[PowerPerversionPotential So...]]



* Just about ''every'' song by Hot Action Cop is some form of IntercourseWithYou song, but the most blatant is unquestionably "Fever for the Flava". The music video had more visual metaphors for sex per second than any other music video ever made, before giving up on any attempt at subtlety and just showing the entire city getting it on. Seriously, it [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QAURo0rwt6g has to be seen to be believed]].

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* Just about ''every'' song by Hot Action Cop is some form of IntercourseWithYou song, qualifies, but the most blatant is unquestionably "Fever for the Flava". The music video had more visual metaphors for sex per second than any other music video ever made, before giving up on any attempt at subtlety and just showing the entire city getting it on. Seriously, it [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QAURo0rwt6g has to be seen to be believed]].



* Music/TheyMightBeGiants [[WordOfGod claim]] that their song "S-E-X-X-Y" is an "ode to getting it on". Of course, being TheyMightBeGiants, it's very unusual for a song in this category...

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* Music/TheyMightBeGiants [[WordOfGod claim]] that their song "S-E-X-X-Y" is an "ode to getting it on". Of course, being TheyMightBeGiants, They Might Be Giants, it's very unusual for a song in this category...



* Music/{{XTC}}'s "Cherry In Your Tree" uses making a cherry pie as thinly veiled innuendo for taking a girl's virginity. It was meant as an AffectionateParody of 60's bubblegum pop, a genre somewhat known for masking suggestive content with childlike metaphors and simple, cheerful melodies. Oddly enough, the song ended up on a soundtrack album for the EdutainmentGame ''CarmenSandiego: Out of This World''.

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* Music/{{XTC}}'s "Cherry In Your Tree" uses making a cherry pie as thinly veiled innuendo for taking a girl's virginity. It was meant as an AffectionateParody of 60's bubblegum pop, a genre somewhat known for masking suggestive content with childlike metaphors and simple, cheerful melodies. Oddly enough, the song ended up on a soundtrack album for the EdutainmentGame ''CarmenSandiego: ''Franchise/CarmenSandiego: Out of This World''.



* Music/LimpBizkit has a few, namely [[Main/StalkerWithACrush Eat You Alive]]. Subverted with Let Me Down and inverted with [[Main/ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin No Sex]].

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* Music/LimpBizkit has a few, namely [[Main/StalkerWithACrush [[StalkerWithACrush Eat You Alive]]. Subverted with Let Me Down and inverted with [[Main/ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin No Sex]].



** Hell, even on Rhythm Nation 1814, an album full of social commentary, has "Love Will Never Do Without You" (albeit [[DownplayedTrope downplayed]] and "Someday is Tonight".

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** Hell, even on Rhythm Nation 1814, an album full of social commentary, has "Love Will Never Do Without You" (albeit [[DownplayedTrope downplayed]] {{downplayed|Trope}} and "Someday is Tonight".



* There was a big fuss made about how Music/SouljaBoy's "Crank That" had been played in public areas (such as at sporting events) as if it were perfectly clean, when it's really extremely lewd...which leads one to question the morality of the MoralGuardians, since while it ''is'' indeed an IntercourseWithYou song, it's so heavily coated with slang that it sounds like a bunch of gibberish to anyone who isn't already in the know as to what it means. In the quest to "save the children" from perversion, MoralGuardians become the biggest perverts of them all.

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* There was a big fuss made about how Music/SouljaBoy's "Crank That" had been played in public areas (such as at sporting events) as if it were perfectly clean, when it's really extremely lewd...which leads one to question the morality of the MoralGuardians, since while it ''is'' indeed an IntercourseWithYou song, example, it's so heavily coated with slang that it sounds like a bunch of gibberish to anyone who isn't already in the know as to what it means. In the quest to "save the children" from perversion, MoralGuardians become the biggest perverts of them all.



* In what must be the most blatant example ever, the song "Fuck Me On The Dance Floor" by Princess Superstar manages to push this trope so far that one starts wondering if it is [[WhatDoYouMeanItsNotSymbolic using sex as a metaphor for dancing]] instead of [[FreudWasRight the other way around]], as is traditional.
* Music/TheNotoriousBIG was, well, [[IncrediblyLamePun notoriously]] [[JustForPun blu]][[TheStoner nt]] about it sometimes:

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* In what must be the most blatant example ever, the song "Fuck Me On The Dance Floor" by Princess Superstar manages to push this trope so far that one starts wondering if it is [[WhatDoYouMeanItsNotSymbolic [[FauxSymbolism using sex as a metaphor for dancing]] instead of [[FreudWasRight the other way around]], as is traditional.
* Music/TheNotoriousBIG was, well, [[IncrediblyLamePun [[{{Pun}} notoriously]] [[JustForPun blu]][[TheStoner nt]] about it sometimes:



** According to [[UrbanLegend rumor]], "Cecilia" was the name of Paul Simon's ''dog''.

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** According to [[UrbanLegend [[UrbanLegends rumor]], "Cecilia" was the name of Paul Simon's ''dog''.



* Perhaps the all-out ''dorkiest'' example: "Hyperlink" by Eiffel 65, an IntercourseWithYou song ''entirely in computer jargon''. Seriously, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aAEWghw_j7s listen for yourself]] (or [[http://lyrics.wikia.com/Eiffel_65:Hyperlink_%28Deep_Down%29 read the lyrics]]).
* "Ladies' Choice" from ''Theatre/{{Hairspray}}''. It's just one sex metaphor after another: "Hey little girl with the cash to burn/I'm selling something you won't return/Hey little girl take me off the shelf/Cause it's hard having fun playing with yourself," and then, "Hey little girl looking for a sale/Test drive this American male." IT NEVER ENDS. What makes it even better is hearing [[HighSchoolMusical Zac Efron]] singing it in TheMovie.

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* Perhaps the all-out ''dorkiest'' example: "Hyperlink" by Eiffel 65, an IntercourseWithYou song example ''entirely in computer jargon''. Seriously, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aAEWghw_j7s listen for yourself]] (or [[http://lyrics.wikia.com/Eiffel_65:Hyperlink_%28Deep_Down%29 read the lyrics]]).
* "Ladies' Choice" from ''Theatre/{{Hairspray}}''. It's just one sex metaphor after another: "Hey little girl with the cash to burn/I'm selling something you won't return/Hey little girl take me off the shelf/Cause it's hard having fun playing with yourself," and then, "Hey little girl looking for a sale/Test drive this American male." IT NEVER ENDS. What makes it even better is hearing [[HighSchoolMusical [[Film/HighSchoolMusical Zac Efron]] singing it in TheMovie.



* ''Catulli Carmina'' by Carl Orff, in its introductory chorus, has the boys and girls trade lines about Heavy Petting With You. Translations generally omit a lot of Orff's text to avoid having to translate words like "mentula". The Catullus poems used in that piece are ''mild'' both in comparison to this and some of the ones Orff didn't use, particularly [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Catullus_16 Catullus 16]] ({{NSFW}} in two languages!)

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* ''Catulli Carmina'' by Carl Orff, in its introductory chorus, has the boys and girls trade lines about Heavy Petting With You. Translations generally omit a lot of Orff's text to avoid having to translate words like "mentula". The Catullus poems used in that piece are ''mild'' both in comparison to this and some of the ones Orff didn't use, particularly [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Catullus_16 Catullus 16]] ({{NSFW}} ({{N|otSafeForWork}}SFW in two languages!)



** Most of the lines in Candyland are some [[UnusualEuphemism odd candy-related euphamism]] for sex

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** Most of the lines in Candyland are some [[UnusualEuphemism odd candy-related euphamism]] euphemism]] for sex



* German music company Jamster created a female cat character named [[CuteKitten "Pussycat Tiger"]] complete with a music video of the same name. [[https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=3MYdNMA8wM4 The music video is about the female cat trying to charm a male cat and wanting to kiss him]]. The female cat is constantly making moaning noises mostly when she meows or purrs. [[DoubleEntendre The german lyrics when translated to English even implies the cat wants to do something else with the male cat besides wanting to kiss him.]]

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* German music company Jamster created a female cat character named [[CuteKitten "Pussycat Tiger"]] complete with a music video of the same name. [[https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=3MYdNMA8wM4 The music video is about the female cat trying to charm a male cat and wanting to kiss him]]. The female cat is constantly making moaning noises mostly when she meows or purrs. [[DoubleEntendre The german German lyrics when translated to English even implies the cat wants to do something else with the male cat besides wanting to kiss him.]]



* ''{{Clerks}}'':

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* ''[[MoulinRouge Moulin Rouge!]]'' gives us the song "Meet Me In The Red Room", which is sung from the point of a prostitue entertaining a client. Complete with sexual sounds.

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* ''[[MoulinRouge Moulin Rouge!]]'' ''Film/MoulinRouge'' gives us the song "Meet Me In The Red Room", which is sung from the point of a prostitue prostitute entertaining a client. Complete with sexual sounds.



* [[{{Spamalot}} And I too have found my Grail!]] [''What's That??''] [[TheMusical Musical Theater]]!

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* [[{{Spamalot}} [[Theatre/{{Spamalot}} And I too have found my Grail!]] [''What's That??''] [[TheMusical Musical Theater]]!



* HowardStern's "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iKrXYEmI7fA Every Homo (Backside's Back)]]" is a parody of "Everybody (Backstreet's Back)" by Music/TheBackstreetBoys.

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* HowardStern's Creator/HowardStern's "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iKrXYEmI7fA Every Homo (Backside's Back)]]" is a parody of "Everybody (Backstreet's Back)" by Music/TheBackstreetBoys.



* ''TheOnion Movie'' parodied this with the artist Melissa Cherry (a parody of Britney Spears) whose songs all sound extremely suggestive, yet she insists they're [[InnocentInnuendo entirely innocent]].

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* ''TheOnion ''Website/TheOnion Movie'' parodied this with the artist Melissa Cherry (a parody of Britney Spears) whose songs all sound extremely suggestive, yet she insists they're [[InnocentInnuendo entirely innocent]].



* ''Literature/HarryPotter and the Half-Blood Prince'' has a jazzy number called "A Cauldron Full of Hot, Strong Love":

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* ''Literature/HarryPotter and the Half-Blood Prince'' ''Literature/HarryPotterAndTheHalfBloodPrince'' has a jazzy number called "A Cauldron Full of Hot, Strong Love":



* The hit song "Let's Fuck" is at the top of the charts in ''Literature/{{Superfolks}}''.



* In an episode of Workaholics, Adam tries to 'save' a wedding that's just been called off by singing a song to his new love. Only he's high on bath salts, she's crazy and homeless, and his song is all about sucking on her boobs. Its almost romantic with lines like 'I don't care that you beg for change'. Its also an ImagineSpot, as for a moment, the scene's lighting changes to an almost music video set up, with Jakob Dylan playing while Adam croons. Only to cut back to reality-Adam's all alone, and his singing is awful.

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* In an episode of Workaholics, ''Series/{{Workaholics}}'', Adam tries to 'save' a wedding that's just been called off by singing a song to his new love. Only he's high on bath salts, she's crazy and homeless, and his song is all about sucking on her boobs. Its almost romantic with lines like 'I don't care that you beg for change'. Its also an ImagineSpot, as for a moment, the scene's lighting changes to an almost music video set up, with Jakob Dylan playing while Adam croons. Only to cut back to reality-Adam's all alone, and his singing is awful.



** JossWhedon [[WordOfGod even says in the commentary]] that he'd pretty much given up on being subtle by that point.

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** JossWhedon Creator/JossWhedon [[WordOfGod even says in the commentary]] that he'd pretty much given up on being subtle by that point.



* UK teen series Series/{{Skins}} had a fictional TV talent show named ''Search for a Sexxbomb'', featuring such catchy gems as "Juicing Down", "[=Ass2Ass=]", and "Rim Licking".

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* UK teen series Series/{{Skins}} ''Series/{{Skins}}'' had a fictional TV talent show named ''Search for a Sexxbomb'', featuring such catchy gems as "Juicing Down", "[=Ass2Ass=]", and "Rim Licking".



** Keep in mind [[WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids its target demographic is young teens]].

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* ''Webcomic/{{Achewood}}'' - AKKOLADE wants to [[http://m.assetbar.com/achewood/uuajHGWWR make LOOOOVE to ya' face!]]
* ''Webcomic/GirlGenius'': The Opera piece "The Storm King" contains "[[http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?date=20080206 the infamously bawdy Jägerchorus"]], as well as a lovers' duet inspired by the mating call of the Irish Moose.
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* And of course, ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' gives us the TropeNamer illustrated at the top of this article.

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* And of course, ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' gives us the TropeNamer {{Trope Namer|s}} illustrated at the top of this article.



* Doubles strongly as GettingCrapPastTheRadar, given it's a kids show, but in ''WesternAnimation/PenguinsOfMadagascar'' in the episode "Mental Hen", Kowalski does a mating dance as he waves his behind at the titular hen, singing things like "tell it to the swagger end, baby", "Salty lick, sister" and "You can't handle the Kowalski". If you know how bird mating works, you'll most definitely see this song as nothing else but IntercourseWithYou. One has to wonder if the censors were hurrying for lunch break.

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* Doubles strongly as GettingCrapPastTheRadar, given it's a kids show, but in ''WesternAnimation/PenguinsOfMadagascar'' in the episode "Mental Hen", Kowalski does a mating dance as he waves his behind at the titular hen, singing things like "tell it to the swagger end, baby", "Salty lick, sister" and "You can't handle the Kowalski". If you know how bird mating works, you'll most definitely see this song as nothing else but IntercourseWithYou.this. One has to wonder if the censors were hurrying for lunch break.




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* ''Webcomic/{{Achewood}}'' - AKKOLADE wants to [[http://m.assetbar.com/achewood/uuajHGWWR make LOOOOVE to ya' face!]]
* ''Webcomic/GirlGenius'': The Opera piece "The Storm King" contains "[[http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?date=20080206 the infamously bawdy Jägerchorus"]], as well as a lovers' duet inspired by the mating call of the Irish Moose.
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** The last verse of "Wifey" is also quite blatant:
-->Skinny designer fit real jiggy\\
Ain't afraid to hump with me\\
When we get busy\\
Ride out I licky-licky\\
Till I get dizzy\\
Toes done, fresh scent\\
I think it's sizzly\\
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