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Some songs are about sex. In fact, a lot of them are. Many don't even make an effort to hide that fact.

But surely, not all songs are like that! A lot of songs are still perfectly innocent and have no sexual symbolism, right? Right??

Not here! On this page, Everyone Is Your Mom In Bed. Or they're about drinking or doing drugs.

So, go ahead. Abuse Accidental Innuendo 'til it's a pile of dirt, corrupt some perfectly innocent songs and show us how perverted your mind is.

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Guideline: if a song is blatantly obvious or confirmed to be about sex, it goes in Intercourse with You. But if it's still debatable, it goes here.


  • In an inversion of this trope, anything by the band Anal Cunt is actually a reference to going to church and Bible study.
  • "The Lion Sleeps Tonight" is actually a metaphor for a guy who can't get it up during sex. It also explains why the lion sleeps near the quiet village.
  • Born to Run by Bruce Springsteen. Just look at the lyrics! If the whole "riding by night" thing doesn't give it away, he totally blows it with "Wendy let me in I wanna be your friend / I want to guard your dreams and visions / Just wrap your legs round these velvet rims / And strap your hands across my engines"
  • "Straight Up" by Paula Abdul. "Straight up now, tell me do you really wanna love me forever? Or am I just caught in a hit and run?"
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  • The "Hokey Pokey". You put your whole self in. You take your whole self out. You put your whole self in. And you ''shake it. All. About." You can replace this with pretty much any body part.
  • "And They Call It Puppy Love" promotes bestiality.
  • What does "Baby Love" promote?
  • "Turn, Turn, Turn" by The Byrds. It's a list of euphemisms for different sexual positions to try.
  • DragonForce. All their songs are about kinky sex:
    • "Through the Fire and the Flames". Let's see: "We're free before the thunderstorm. On towards the wilderness our quest carries on." So you get lots of chicks and have wild kinky sex with them. We don't need to hear the details! And the title is even about when you get rashes from the nasty ones!
    • "Fury of the Storm"? The storm is his penis.
    • And "Scars of Yesterday" is about... oh, wait...
  • The Phantom of the Opera:
    • "Masquerade" is all about kinky role-playing.
    • "The Point Of No Return" has some of the least subtle metaphors for sex ever.
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    • I think we all know what "The Music of the Night" is supposed to be.
  • Daft Punk:
    • "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger". ...C'mon. With a title like that, it's almost TOO easy.
    • Also, "Get Lucky".
  • Queen:
    • "Pain Is So Close to Pleasure" is about BDSM, of course!
    • And don't forget "Bohemian Rhapsody". Oedipal S&M, ahoy! Probably RACK, too - "spare him his life"?
  • Keeping on the subject of BDSM, Pearl Jam's "Whipping" should be obvious.
  • Billy Idol:
    • "White Wedding": the singer's sister commits some serious Brother–Sister Incest, gets pregnant, and is forced into a Shotgun Wedding with the singer... who is quite looking forward to "start again."
    • "Dancing With Myself" is obviously about masturbation.
  • Gerard McMann's "Cry Little Sister" (the theme from The Lost Boys) is also about Brother–Sister Incest. The title alone is a dead giveaway!
  • The supposedly sweet father/daughter country song "I Loved Her First" is about a father secretly pining for his newlywed daughter.
  • Green Day's "Bouldevard of Broken Dreams" is about the despair of long haul, no-end-in-sight solo love.
  • The theme song from Doctor Who is one big synthesized version of sounds people make during sex.
  • "Mary had a little lamb". Mary's "little lamb" could be a metaphor for an illegitimate child that Mary, a teenage girl, tries to keep a secret (that was verboten a few centuries ago), until she has to bring it with her to school one day for some reason, when the teacher figures it out, and puts the baby outside and shames Mary in front of everyone.
  • Van Morrison's "Brown-Eyed Girl" is all about anal sex. Considering the original title was "Brown-Skinned Girl," it could be a Cleveland Steamer
  • War's "Low Rider".
    All my friends know the low rider
    The low rider is a little higher
    Yeah
    The low rider drives a little slower
    Low rider is a real goer
    Hey
  • The Residents:
    • "Possessions" is blatantly about masturbation:
      Some are into silver
      Some are into gold

      Some are into having
      Something nice to hold
    • And so is "Handful of Desire":
      Sinews crackled in the heat of noonday's raptured thrill,
      A moisture-laden, syncopated, automated drill,
      A handful of desirous needs that's much too soon fulfilled.
  • Red Hot Chili Peppers' "Californication" is quite clearly about wet dreams.
    Dream of Californication..."
  • MIA's song "Bamboo Banga" is blatantly about the fetishization of the giant panda.
  • "Ridin'" by Chamillionaire is about him being accused of having sex while driving ("Tryin' to catch me ridin' dirty").
  • "Real Emotion" from Final Fantasy X-2 is clearly about a woman who frequently fantasizes about sex losing her virginity.
    But the things I've seen
    in those hazy dreams
    Can't compare to what I'm seeing now
    Everything's so different
    That it brings me to my knees
  • Alice in Chains:
    • "Down in a Hole". The title couldn't make it any more obvious.
      Down in a hole, feeling so small
      Oh, I want to be inside of you...
    • "Man in the Box". That title alone should be indicative enough.
  • Stone Temple Pilots:
    • "Big Bang Baby". It's a Big Bang alright.
    • "Dead and Bloated" is about a guy who can't get hard.
      Ohh yeah, and she says it's natural
      I feel I've come of age
      When she peeks I start to run
  • "I can feel it in the way your blood and heart beats"? "Or is it in the way your body moves"? Yeah, Coheed and Cambria's "Ten Speed" starts out bad and just gets worse. Which would make it the only sex song ever to also be about a talking bicycle. Don't ask.
  • "Start Wearing Purple" by Gogol Bordello is about a guy who has a fetish for the color purple, and he's trying to convince his lover to wear purple in order to satisfy his fetish. Meaning that she, too, will develop a fetish for wearing purple to complement his, and will unable to be satisfied with a partner unless she does.
    Start Wearing Purple, wearing purple! (lalalalala)
    Start Wearing Purple for me noooooow!!
    All your sanity and wits—they all will vanish:
    It's just a matter of time!
  • "Everybody to the Limit" from Homestar Runner... Let's see, "Everybody to the limit"? "Everybody come on fhqwhgads"?. Yup, clearly about bukkake.
  • Crowded House:
    • "Left Hand" is definitely about masturbation. Left hand wants to know what the right hand's doing...
    • One of their songs is called "When You Come"...'Nuff said.
  • Madonna:
    • "Sooner Or Later" is obviously a rape anthem: "Sooner or later you're gonna be mine"? "Sooner or later there's nowhere to hide"? "The more you resist, babe, the more it excites me"? No, Madonna! Bad touch!
    • "Like a Prayer" is a fairly obvious reference to oral sex - "down on my knees, I wanna take you there"? "In the midnight hour, I can feel your power"? I'll bet she can.
    • The "guy with a huge penis" interpretation of "Like a Virgin", famously endorsed by Quentin Tarantino.
  • Within Temptation:
    • "Angels" is about a guy who called the police when the lead singer tried to rape him.
    • "Memories" is about remembering how awesome sex with some dude was before he died. And how awesome it was after he died.
    • "The Swan Song" is about necrophilia and incest... all at once!
    • "All I Need" is about how the lead singer is horny. Very, very horny.
    • "Our Solemn Hour" is about how a girl who's trying to get over her BDSM fetish, and failing miserably. With a small dose of Gratuitous Latin.
    • "Jillian" - see "Memories", only without the squick-tastic part.
  • "A Whole New World" from Aladdin - "Over, sideways and under, on a magic carpet ride..." "Magic carpet ride" indeed. There's also this:
    A whole new world
    A new fantastic point of view
    No one to tell us no
    Or where to go
    Or say we're only dreaming
  • "Beauty and the Beast" is about people coming to terms with their sexual fetishes and their partners learning to enjoy them. "Both a little scared, neither one prepared."
  • "She'll Be Coming Round The Mountain". "She'll be coming round the mountain when she comes"... and the bit about "riding six white horses when she comes" doesn't help. Well, it would be a bumpy ride going up a mountain... mmm.
  • Radiohead:
    • "Anyone Can Play Guitar" is about posing as a rockstar to get laid.
      Grow my hair, grow my hair I am Jim Morrison
      Grow my hair, I wanna be, wanna be, wanna be Jim Morrison''
    • "Let Down" could easily be interpreted as being about people in shitty relationships with rare sexual activity, and disappointing sex when it actually does happen getting disenchanted about their day-in, day-out lifestyle and "clinging onto bottles" (i.e. getting drunk/turning alcoholic) because of it all.
      Transport, motorways and tramlines
      Starting and then stopping
      Taking off and landing
      The emptiest of feelings
      Disappointed people, clinging onto bottles
      And when it comes it's so, so disappointing
    • "High and Dry" ...Nuff said.
    • "Nude" is about how everyone just wants to bone Thom and the band is sick of it... or are they?
    • "Kid A" is about luring rats and kids to your apartment and screwing them in the shadows at the end of your bed and then brainwashing them to follow you out of town. Whoa, shit, that is wrong.
  • Jason Steele's "Put a Banana in Your Ear". Because there's totally more than two orifices on the body.
  • "Waltzing Matilda" is about the great Australian pastime out doing it outdoors. With sheep. Wait a sec...
  • "Good Vibrations," by The Beach Boys. Sweet, vaguely suggestive love song? Nope. It's about the colorful vibrator she wears, and the excitations it gives them. Gotta keep those loving good vibrations happening with her.
  • The Beatles:
    • "Come Together" is about a gay threesome with John, George and Ringo. The song is John's taunt to Paul for not joining in.
      He say "I know you, you know me"
      One thing I can tell you is you got to be free
      Come together right now over me
    • "Revolution 9" is about all kinds of things, S&M, utter hedonism, everything. "If...if you become naked...block that kick, block that kick! They all knew that as time went by, they'd get a little bit older and a little bit slower...RIDE! RIDE! RIIIDE!"
  • There's a song about someone with a voice like whispering wind seducing a lesbian by pointing out that yes, there are two paths you can go by, but in the long run, there's still time to change the road you're on, since sometimes all of our thoughts are misgiven. You know, lots of words have two meanings...like the word "buy," and it's whispered that soon when we all call the tune the pipe blowers will lead us to reason. He eventually caused a bustle in her hedgerow, and now, as we men wind along the road our shadows taller than our souls, there walks a lady we all know! She's bi in the stairway to Heaven!
  • "Come On, Get Higher" by Matt Nathanson is about oral sex:
    So come on get higher, loosen my lips
    Faith and desire and the swing of your hips
    Pull me down hard, and drown me in love...
  • "Old MacDonald". The song is about a revolting old man who has to resort to bestiality to get some, all while uttering a strange chant.
  • Paul Simon's "Me and Julio Down By The Schoolyard" is about two people caught having gay sex (which was illegal at the time the song was written).
  • Lady Gaga's "Poker Face" is about Dull Surprise during the act. (It's actually about her bisexuality.)
  • "Eye of the Tiger" refers to ejaculation and the opening of the GIGANTIC TAGER! "Eye of" as in "Eye of the needle" etc. in case the joke flew over your head.
  • Here's a fun game anyone can play. Just turn to a random song on your mp3 player, and then simply add "during sex" to the end of the title! (And for a fun twist, you can also add "except during sex"!)
  • Iron Maiden's "Bring your daughter to the slaughter" is about taking a girl's anal virginity. With lyrics like "bite the pillow", "unlock your back door" etc. It's clear this is what they had in mind.
  • "O come, all ye faithful, joyful and triumphant!" Unfortunately, the third verse is pedo for the Baby Jesus (note the words "morning" and "glory"):
    Yea, Lord, we greet Thee,
    Born this happy morning,
    Jesus, to Thee be all glory given''
  • "Joy to the World": (Note: One theory as to why "heart-shaped" does not refer to the shape of an actual blood-pumping organ is that the Valentine heart originated as a vulva reference.)
    Joy to the world! The Lord is come;
    Let earth receive her King;
    Let every heart prepare him room,
Loud enough to echo, judging by the second verse
While fields and floods, rocks, hills, and plains
Repeat the sounding joy,
The third verse suggests that He considers girls old enough at their first period
He comes to make His blessings [i.e. semen] flow
Far as the curse [i.e. menstruation] is found,
  • Owl City:
    • "Fireflies" by is about a man frantically masturbating after his girlfriend left him. You will never hear the song the same way again.
    • "Good Time" is about sex unless otherwise proven.
  • "Witch Doctor" by David Seville and The Chipmunks is about date rape. The singer asks the witch doctor how to get the girl he loves; the doctor's reply of "Ooh, eee, ooh, aah aah!" is what the girl would cry out while being assaulted. And she loved it, too. That's what the witch doctor told the guy to say...
  • The Who's "Won't Get Fooled Again". A man picks up an attractive girl in a bar, brings her back to his place, only to discover (as he undresses her) that "she" is actually a man. Now, feeling conflicted about his sexuality, he's considering a sex change operation. ("The change, it had to come ... we knew it all along.") Things got worse when he tried to pick up a cute guy at a gay bar, got him home, and found out this one was a butch lesbian. He can no longer tell which gender is which, or who is who, and every time he's in the mood for oral sex, he has to "get on his knees, and pray we don't get fooled again."
  • A lot of ABBA songs, such as "Mamma Mia" and "Waterloo" could be interpreted as either date rape or well-applied Mind Control.
  • Quite a few of Skillet's earlier releases seem to have a double meaning of worshiping God and either intimate sex or kinky fetishes. Talk about loving Christ... Specifically, "Kill Me, Heal Me". How can I scream/ When the pain is such a release? is probably the most blatant line. This is a Christian Rock band...
  • Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons:
    • "Opus 17 (Don't You Worry 'Bout Me)" is about a couple who goes to a "party" with fifteen other people, and while there the singer's girlfriend shacks up with some other guy, which (for some arbitrary reason, given where they are at the moment) pisses the singer off. He just leaves them be to get it on. "Remember, if he ever leaves you high and dry."
    • Their song "Grease" is an ode to anal sex. Both the title and the line "Grease is the word" are clearly references to KY Jelly.
  • Sheryl Crow's "If It Makes You Happy" is actually a rapist talking to his victim afterwards, inferring that she enjoyed it.
  • "Let Me Be Your Song", the theme song of the Minstrels on Fraggle Rock. Tell me this doesn't sound like Intercourse with You:
    Play me high, play me low
    Play me where the wild wind's blowin'
    Play me wide, play me long
    Play me for your song
    I said one, two, play me do
    Let me sound as sweet as you
    Play me wide, play me long
    Let me be your song...
  • The first Rozen Maiden intro song is about erotic bondage. What else would require someone to kneel and lick the bitter drops of love while wearing a collar made of roses and biting a silver chain?
  • The Fugees' "Killing Me Softly": "I prayed that he would finish, but he just kept right on strumming my pain with his fingers..."
  • Florence + the Machine's "Girl With One Eye": "I said, hey, girl with one eye, get your filthy fingers out of my pie".
  • "Can You Feel The Love Tonight" from The Lion King is a song about how sex feels. It's even in the title!
  • Gwen Stefani's "Hollaback Girl" is about a scat fetishist ("Uh huh, this my shit") who hears rumors that she's loud during sex. So to get revenge and prove she's not that easy to please, she invites all the girls' boyfriends to a group sex session ("All the boys want to be the winner, but there can only be one/ So I'm gonna fight, gonna give it my all/ Gonna make you fall, gonna sock it to you"). And do I really need to explain the bananas?
  • Buckwheat Boyz' "Peanut Butter Jelly Time" is about anal sex. The singer wants to combine his sticky, gelatinous "Jelly" in his "Baseball bat" with the participant's thick, brown "Peanut butter". He encourages the listeners to "freestyle your style," meaning experiment with different sex acts and positions at home.
  • Barney the Dinosaur's "I Love You" is actually about a polygamous pedophile cult ("I love you/ you love me/ we're a happy family"). The use of "love" here is meant to invoke both the idea of romantic love and the euphemism "Make love" in order to confuse the victims. After the traumatizing incident, the cult leader forces the victims to say they love their aggressor to brainwash them into claiming the act was consensual ("Won't you say you love me too?")
  • "Pop Goes The Weasel". It's clear as day.
  • "The More We Get Together" is about orgies.
  • "Open your Heart" by Crush 40 is a song about some guy holding out for the big climax. The chorus pretty much gives it away:
    Can't hold on much longer, but I will never let go!
    I know this is a one way track, tell me how long this will last!
  • The Protomen's "Light Up the Night" is about a gay couple who have trouble with their sex lives. The title says it all, really.
  • "I Love You This Big" by Scotty McCreery is really the narrator bragging about the size of his penis.
  • Wicked: "Defying Gravity" is about something rising. "The Wizard and I", "Dancing Through Life", "Something Bad"... it's all pretty obvious. The exception, oddly enough, is "What is this Feeling?"
  • "Old MacDonald Had a Farm" is about beastiality. On this farm he had a sheep, EE-I-EE-I-Oh god I can't believe they teach this to children.
  • "Temporal Shenanigans" from Homestuck's album "coloUrs and mayhem: Universe A" is about Aradia's sex life as she regains her body.
  • "You've Got A Friend In Me" from Toy Story is clearly about swingers.
  • Les Misérables: "Empty Chairs at Empty Tables" is about a man missing his gay friends who would let him watch.
  • "Somewhere Out There" is about a brother and sister pining for each other.
  • Faith Hill's "Sunshine and Summertime" is about orgies ("Hey everybody, can't you feel the rhythm now? Hey everybody, don't you want to party?") and swinging ("New friends and blue skies that never end.").
  • "Let It Go" from Frozen. Some think "Love is an Open Door" might also apply.
  • K.T. Oslin:
    • Contrary to popular belief, "Wall Of Tears" is not about a woman with a broken heart. It's actually a metaphor for a lonely, horny woman who's going to spend all night pleasuring herself.
    • "I'll Always Come Back" is about she and her partner having simultaneous orgasms and especially her experiencing female ejaculation.
    • "Feed a Hungry Heart" is about a woman whose partner has tied her spread eagle onto a table, and he's making a whipped cream bikini on her naked body.
  • "Electric Eye" by Judas Priest is about a peeping Tom.
  • Of course "One" by Three Dog Night is about masturbation.
  • Reba McEntire's "(You Lift Me) Up To Heaven" is about a woman and her partner smoking pot before they have sex .
  • "Love Train" by The O'Jays is about a big bisexual orgy.
  • "Red Like Roses (Part 1)" is about virginal blood. Clearly.
  • Katy Perry's "Firework". Make them go "oh oh oh."
  • Hanson's "MMMbop" is a gay sex song.
  • "Dancing In The Streets" by Martha and the Vandellas is about everybody having sex in public and people of all ages being able to see it.
  • You won't believe how lewd-minded creators of kid shows are...
    • Sonic X's intro? "Gotta go fast! Gotta go fast! Gotta go faster, faster faster-faster-faster / Don't think, don't blink, just go go go go go-go-go-go-go-go"...
    • Adventure Time's intro is about experiencing an orgy. "Adventure time! Come on, grab your friends, we're going to very distant lands..."
    • My Little Pony's intro is about helping your friends out sexually. "Won't you share this magic with me?"
    • Star vs. the Forces of Evil: "It's gonna get a little weird, gonna get a little wild [...] I'm talking rainbows, I'm talking puppies"...seems to be about two gays getting it on.
  • All of Sabaton's songs are actually about Joakim's penis.
  • Both "Chains" and "Hurt Me Bad (In A Real Good Way)" by Patty Loveless are obligatory bondage songs.
  • AC/DC's "Big Balls" is about impressing and seducing women with cocaine. Eight balls, specifically.
  • "Faster Gun" by Little Big Town is about premature ejaculation.
  • "Old Dirt Road"' by John Lennon is about anal sex.
  • "Torn" by Natalie Imbruglia is a narrative from a rape victim's point of view. "I'm cold and I'm ashamed, lying naked on the floor..."
  • "I'm Gonna Getcha Good!" by Shania Twain is about planning to rape someone.
  • "Can't Fight the Moonlight" by LeAnn Rimes is also about planning to rape someone.
  • "Willie And The Hand Jive" by Johnny Otis is about a chronic masturbator.
  • Slipknot:
    • "Spit it Out" is clearly about spitting the cum out of your mouth.
    • "Custer" is about some very kinky BDSM: 'cut, cut, cut me up and fuck, fuck, fuck me up'
  • "The Right Left Hand" by George Jones is about receiving hand jobs.
  • Of course, "Swingin" by John Anderson is about wife swapping.
  • "Runaway" by Del Shannon is about a pedophile kidnapper who is desperately searching for his latest kidnapping victim after they escaped from the sex dungeon.
  • "Mister Sandman" by The Chordettes is about date rape drugs. Mister Sandman is a codename for date rape drugs that lonely women use on men and "the magic beam" is when the drugs begin working.
  • "Beat it" by Michael Jackson is about guys competing in a contest about who can hold out the longest during masturbation.
  • "Television" by Cheryl Ladd's about a woman who has a collection of gay porn DVDs and she's going to binge watch them.
  • "Dreams of an Absolution", Silver the Hedgehog's Image Song, is about him dreaming of an absolution with someone (Hands down, Shippers) every night just to distract him from his Bad Future. "'Cause every night I will save your life, and every night I will be with you. 'Cause every night I still lay awake and I dream of an absolution."
  • "Baby, It's Cold Outside" is clearly about a man trying to drug and rape a woman. What else than Slipping a Mickey could "Say, what’s in this drink?" possibly mean?note 
  • Coldplay's "Viva la Vida" has a line that's sung awfully like "feel the fear in my enemy's ass". Uh...

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