Stuffy Old Songs About the Buttocks
"Some singers sing of ladies' eyes
And some of ladies' lips,
Refined ones praise their ladylike ways,
And coarse ones hymn their hips."
A variety of love song (or sincere lust song
) addressed to a specific part of someone's anatomy — their arse.
Generally, this will also involve the singer exhorting the buttocks possessor and the listeners to shake that plump bi-domed anatomical feature
, shake it good
Contrast with Intercourse with You
, where the song moves on from specific features to associated activities.
References and parodies in works:
Film - Live Action
- Any poem or song written by The Lady's Man is inevitably about either this, or things directly related.
- Ross from Friends once got his infant daughter Emma to stop crying by singing "Baby Got Back" to her. Rachel was distinctly unamused, though she ended up resorting to the same song later in the episode.
- In an early episode of Mock the Week, John Oliver sang the first few lines of "Baby Got Back" as an example of one of the voices in Tony Blair's head.
- "Dance: Ten; Looks: Three" from A Chorus Line (often called "Tits and Ass") is all about how much the dancer likes her surgically-enhanced breasts and butt, and how much more attractive they make her.
- In Ma Rainey's Black Bottom, the title song's Double Entendre is made obvious in Ma Rainey's performance.
- "Badonkadonk", the song that replaces the soundtrack if you ever cheat in Ms. 'Splosion Man.
- Also parodied in The Boondocks with
B5F Thugnificent's "Booty Buttcheeks".
- The "Booty Quake" in Sym-Bionic Titan.
- Futurama - The Trope Namer, from the episode "A Fishful of Dollars". Fry listens to "Baby Got Back", which Leela calls "classical music" and Bender later refers to as "stuffy old songs about the buttocks".
- A Home Movies episode featured a troupe of college-age kids doing a stage workshop on tolerance - a girl sings a song about understanding with lyrics "And you can throw rocks from your house of glass/It ain't no skin off of my ass" - and the song veers off into her referencing her ass over and over.
- Titan Maximum - Sasha's single, "Booty Crack", features lyrics consisting mostly of (and including) "many synonyms for 'buttocks'".
- Archer's ringtone, "Mulatto Butts", which is also shared by a random one-shot character.
- "Waggle Dance" from Phineas and Ferb is possibly as kid-friendly as you can get with this, not counting the two Getting Crap Past the Radar examples below.
- In the Rocko's Modern Life episode "The Emperor's New Joe," the Czar of the country Balzac (who strongly resembles Heffer) forces the townspeople to listen to a Piss-Take Rap with the repeated lyrics "I love your butt," claiming it to be a smash hit song from London.
- A Pelswick episode repeatedly features another Piss Take Rap called "Yo Butt," which is originally performed by two Austrian men wearing lederhosen and gradually performed by all of the show's main characters over the course of the episode.