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  • Sarah Brightman & Hot Gossip's "I Lost My Heart to a Starship Trooper":
    Your intentions are known, they've found out at last
    So if you're gonna take me, please make it fast
    Touch me, feel me, do what you will
    I want to feel that galactic thrill

    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
  • Voltaire has a song about Data which uses every half-assed Techno Babble 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, just watch.
  • "Soccer Practice" by Gay Pimp.
  • There's a song called "Suck My Motherfucking Dick". 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 about it, and the weird-ass music video emphasizes it even further. Most impressively, it was featured on the E10+ rated video game Forza Horizon 2 completely uncensored.
    • Another song by Heldens, "Last All Night (Koala)", managed to be even more unsubtle about it.
  • Sigue Sigue Sputnik 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 2 Live Crew of EDM. "Latch", "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.
  • "Sex" by Cheat Codes, if the title wasn't obvious enough.
  • "Elektronik Supersonik" by Zlad. "Onto my love rocket climb, inside tank of fuel is not fuel but love. Fly away on my space rocket... I put my port plug in your socket... Hey love crusader, I want to be your space invader... For you is Venus, I am Mars."
  • Edge of Dawn - "Elegance". Surprisingly, this song appeared in Project Gotham Racing 4 without getting censored.
    On the floor - from behind
    On the balcony - full frontal
    In the grass - into your face
    Like summer rain
  • Noxious Emotion's "The Unknown".
  • Suicide Commando has a song called "Intercourse", whose title is the only lyric aside from "Sex, sex, sex".
  • The Eurobeat genre has loads of sexual songs, but one of the most explicit is "Atomic Playboy" by Mike Skanner:
    Put, put, put, put your finger in my body
    And then lick, lick, lick, everywhere you wanna lick, go!
    Cum, cum, cum, now you're coming pretty soon now baby
    Feel the heat that I'm spitting over you
  • Jocelyn Enriquez's "A Little Bit of Ecstasy" (as in sexual ecstasy, not the drug) and "When I Get Close To You".
  • Jumalatar - "Are We Thinking the Same Thing?"
    Don't you want me to put my arms around you, don't you want me to hold you? (hold you)
    Be your living fantasy?
    Doesn't all this movin' make you wanna get close, make you wanna get inside me? (inside me)
    Does it purify?
    You take your time with whatcha doin', you really wanna get tight, and I wanna see you (see you)
    See your body next to me
    Isn't all this heat getting too hot to ignore, don't you wanna please me? (please me)
    I'll treat you nice inside
  • Alex Megane's "Stars" and "Turn Me On".
  • The Real McCoy's "One More Time" and "I Wanna Come With You" are both quite blatant.
  • "Set U Free" by One-Hit Wonder Planet Soul.
  • X-One - "Wet Wet Wet"
  • DJ Company's sole US hit, "The Rhythm of Love".
  • "Right in the Night" by Jam & Spoon feat. Plavka.
  • Moloko's "Sing it Back" gets overt with the first and last lines of the third verse.
    Now you can't help but be tempted by fruit hanging ripe on the tree
    If you desire to lay here beside me, come to my sweet melody
  • "Make a Little Noise" and "Aphrodisiac" by M:G.
  • "Repetition" and "Sea Castle" by Purity Ring.
  • "X-Rated Movie" by Sister Machine Gun, as its title might imply.
  • And then there's this charming little ditty by the Outhere Brothers, "Fuck You In The Ass," which was used in a Dutch commercial for Soesman Language Courses.
  • "Body Flow" by Interface.
  • Untouchable by Color Theory.

  • "Get Low" by Lil Jon and the Eastside Boyz.
  • Danny Brown has "I Will". He doesn't even try to hide what the song's about.
    Take it off, baby, bend over, let me see it
    You looking for a real pussy eater, I can be it
  • 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.
    • especially "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 pretty evident what "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 Beer Goggles, "One More Drink".
  • Flo Rida 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?"
  • Timbaland & Justin Timberlake's "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
  • "Let's Talk About Sex" 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 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".
  • Lil Wayne - "Lollipop".
    • "Romance" from I Am Not a Human Being II, which was not included in the iTunes release.
  • Gucci Mane's "Sex in Crazy Places," which also features Nicki Minaj, Trina, and Bobby V, making it the veritable "We Are The World" of songs about having sex on rollercoasters.
  • Parodied with "Ooh, Girl", an "honest R&B song" from 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
  • "Red Light Special" by TLC:
    I'll let you touch it if you'd like to go down
    I'll let you go further if you take the southern route
    Don't move too fast, don't move too slow
    You've got to let your body flow
    I like 'em attentive and I like 'em in control...
    Baby it's yours, all yours, if you want it tonight
    Just come through my door, take off my clothes and turn on the red light
  • 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. Kardinal Offishall's token rap even throws in a line about "places I can't talk about on the station"!
  • "Naked" by Dev & Enrique Iglesias.
  • The Weeknd: 90 to 95% of his songs are about sex, drugs, or sex on drugs. No wonder he contributed for the Fifty Shades of Grey 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 "Anywhere", "Peaches & Cream" and "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 
  • "Dang-A-Lang" by Trina featuring Nicki Minaj 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
  • LL Cool J just might be the Trope Codifier 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 "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 Soulja Boy'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 Moral Guardians, 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, Moral Guardians become the biggest perverts of them all.
    • For those who genuinely don't know what it means... "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 notably in the original version, which starts off subtle ("I just wanna lay you down") but gets more obvious the very next line ("Let me take you from behind") and only gets more explicit from there. The clean version isn't quite so obvious ("Can I take you one more time" as opposed to the aforementioned "Let me take you from behind"), but still qualifies.
  • 2 Live Crew'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.
  • 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 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 a sampling.
  • "Candy Shop" by 50 Cent 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 using sex as a metaphor for dancing instead of the other way around, as is traditional.
  • The Notorious B.I.G. was, well, notoriously blunt 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, I’m similar to the Thrilla in Manila
    Honeys call me "Bigga the Condom Filler"
    Whether it’s 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 y’all don’t 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 one of the most uplifting rap songs about sex, EVER. The lyrics, while certainly not subtle at all, they also blatantly refer to something: sex is liberation.
  • In "Just Once", by MC Frontalot, he is pleading with his girlfriend to do something, anything!, other than sex for a change.
  • Almost everything by Nicki Minaj. 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 superstar in the makin' / So I think I'm going in for the takin' / Hear through the grapevine 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
  • Tyler, the Creator'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 "Uptown Funk you up"? The song also mentions "white gold" and Slipping a Mickey.
  • Kanye West's Yeezus has the particularly explicit "I'm in It".
  • Salt-N-Pepa's "Push It".
  • "Bang Bang" by Jessie J, Ariana Grande and Nicki Minaj. 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 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 The Beatles' "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 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.
  • [SiTH] Clan's song "Love Jam", a soft hip-hop sex song sung by a nerdcore rap group.
  • Virtually anything by Cupcak Ke. Possibly her two best-known songs are called "Deepthroat" and "Vagina," and those aren't outliers.
  • "Work It" by Missy Elliott.
  • "Butterfly" by Crazy Town. While the majority of the song isn't that explicit the chorus strongly implies that the narrator is giving the girl of his dreams cunnilingus:
    Come, my lady/You're my pretty baby/I'll make your legs shake/You make me go crazy
  • It doesn't get any less subtle than Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion's "WAP." (Yes, it stands for "Wet-Ass Pussy.")

  • "Love Won't Let Me Wait" by Major Harris (1975). The lyrics aren't all that explicit, but the moaning and groaning in the background leaves little to the imagination. Racy stuff for its era, and it was a Top-Ten hit.
  • 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".
  • Trey Songz 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 "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 The Nutty Professor 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
  • Chris Brown 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".
  • Robin Thicke'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.
  • "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. (Although the later remake by Huey Lewis and Gwyneth Paltrow changed the lyrics to the slightly less lascivious "Beside you.") And speaking of "driving"...
  • "Pull Up To The Bumper" by Grace Jones. 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.
  • Toni Braxton had one of the sexiest hits of her career with "You're Makin' Me High" (her first #1 single), a song so raunchy the preacher's daughter initially felt uncomfortable about recording it. The lyrics feature references to masturbation ("At just the thought of you/I can't help but touch myself"), singing about wanting "You there inside me/All night/Doin' it again and then again and then again" during the pre-chorus, and most explicitly of all, the bridge:
    I want to feel your heart and soul inside of me
    Let's make a deal, you roll, I lick
    And we can go flying into ecstasy, darlin', you and me
    Light my fire, blow my flame, take me, take me, take me away...
  • 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
    • 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 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 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 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 "Oh Kitty" episode of That '70s Show.
  • 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 Marvin Gaye. The dancehall/reggae cover of the latter by Max-A-Million is even more blatant.
  • Speaking of older R&B stars, The Isley Brothers 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?
  • R. Kelly 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...
    • Sex Me. Both parts, resulting in an 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.
  • Millie Jackson's "Something You Can Feel". She made it even more explicit in a 1990 live performance of the song that resurfaced on YouTube in which she went into the audience and started grabbing audience member's crotches while changing the lyrics to the not-subtle "I wanna feel some dick".
  • Blaque's "808" pulls no punches with its chorus.
  • Jodeci's "Freek'n You", second line in.
  • Silk has "Freak Me", later covered by Another Level.
  • In the early 20th Century, a genre called Dirty Blues was slowly seeping into R&B and became a separate section of its own. Fortunately for those who feared having a heart attack hearing the contents of this type of explicit songs, they only played at after-hours clubs and were usually never recorded for the general public. Some of the more infamous examples in this obscure subculture are "Shave 'Em Dry" by Lucille Bogan and "My Girl's Pussy" by Harry Roy.
  • "Turn Down the Lights" by Shanice.
  • Alicia Bridges' "I Love the Nightlife" subverts this with "I want some action...I want to give it, I want to get some too", as she is seeking to get away from her cheating boyfriend.
  • One of the most infamous dirty rap records of all time, "My Neck, My Back (Lick It)" by Khia. Complete with step-by-step instructions on how to pleasure the narrator with one's tongue. The original lyrics reference where she likes to be licked the most; the edited-for-radio lyrics are slightly less dirty but leave little to the imagination.

  • In these music styles, 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. Just listen to this.
  • Light-weight reggae band Inner Circle released "Sweat (A La La La La Long)", which somehow smade its way - unedited - onto chart radio.
  • From the inimitable Shabba Ranks, Mr. Loverman
  • Lady Saw began her career in the early '90s doing songs like "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.
  • Bob Marley. "Stir it up". from Catch a Fire. "Bend Down Low" from Burnin'.
  • "King of the Dancehall" by Beenie Man fuses this trope with Rock-Star Song. It's also some kind of Badass Boast.
  • Judge Dread [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 Played for Laughs. Just golisten!
  • I think this 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..."
  • "Romping Shop" by Vybz Kartel and Spice, which includes lines such as "Kill me with the cocky/Kill me with the tightness".
  • Inner Circle's "Sweat (A La La La Song)" is little short of subtle, more so when the narrator's telling the girl in the song he's going to push more when she "cries out".

  • "When You Become Naked" by indie furry band Sub-Level 03. Let's just say this: it mentions leather, handcuffs, and hanging from harnesses.
  • "The Bad Touch" by Bloodhound Gang includes the well-known refrain "You and me baby ain't nothing but mammals / So let's do it like they do on the Discovery Channel." Many of their other songs use this trope in rather disturbing ways.
    • It's been parodied by machinima artist Nyhm in his song "Hard Like Heroic," which is made up of euphemisms for sex combined with World of Warcraft references. "Hard like heroic, more than you can handle / So let's do it like a Druid in the general channel."
    • An even more over-the-top example by the same band is "Foxtrot Uniform Charlie Kilo". Each line is a different euphemism for sex. In the end, they stop being even vaguely subtle and repeat the line "Put the you-know-what in the you-know-where!" repeatedly, up to the last chorus.
    • "3.14" has a rather clever title. The song also includes the double entendre "You know what I really want in a girl? Me," and is prefaced by a recorded call from the singer to his mother, asking for her help in finding words that rhyme with "vagina".
  • Venezuelan group Los Amigos Invisibles loves doing this, as half of its songs are peppered with thinly (and not-so thinly) veiled and untranslatable innuendo. Memorable ones are "Ponerte en cuatro" (whose chorus makes a reference to the sexual position otherwise known as "doggie style", but the verses try to hide it...not) and "El Disco Anal", who is a long plead of a man to his woman for permit him to "use the backdoor", if you missed the subtlety in the title.
  • "Why Don't We Get Drunk (and Screw)" is a fan favorite at Jimmy Buffett concerts.
    • Buffett himself said he wrote the song after hearing one too many innuendo songs and decided to write one removing all doubt.
  • "Hey Bobby" by K.T. Oslin
    Don't kiss me like we're married
    Kiss me like we're lovers
  • Skylar Grey's "C'mon Let Me Ride" is a parody of this trope, with the bridge calling out the listener for taking it as it is.
    'Cause you're the boy that I like
  • "Need You Now" by Lady Antebellum is a booty call song.
    • Also by Lady A: "Lookin' For A Good Time" which is either about Friends with Benefits or a casual hook up.
    • Averted in "Downtown": The girl knows that this isn't going to happen unless her partner performs cunnilingus on her, which he doesn't.
  • OK Go's third album contains the song "I Want You So Bad I Can't Breathe". If the title doesn't imply the provocative nature of the song enough, the bridge has the lead singer panting and moaning.
  • Garfunkel and Oates has the gem, "Fuck Me in The Ass Because I Love Jesus / The Loophole" Which parodies women using anal sex as a means to maintain abstinence.
    So take your cock out
    Shove it in my ass
    Fuck me until you come
    I mean let's join our souls
    And unite our bodies
    And fly with the wings of God
  • Most of the early work by German europop group E-Rotic. There's a reason virtually the only people who know about it in the States are people who play DanceDanceRevolution. Especially the early songs that include men's names in their titles: "Max Don't Have Sex With Your Ex", "Oh Nick Please Not So Quick", "Fritz loves my tits", "Fred come to bed", "Willy Use a Billy, Boy",note  etc., etc. Many have rather explicit animated music videos, too.
  • Everything made by Lords of Acid. EVERYTHING.
  • The traditional English folk song "The Bonnie Black Hare", as performed by The Fairport Convention, describing how the singer aims his weapon at the furry critter and ... yeah, it pretty much stops pretending it's about a hunter with a rifle by the second verse.
  • Most of Inna's discography. Such as "Hot", "Sun is Up", "More Than Friends", "In Your Eyes", and "Crazy Sexy Wild".
  • Patty Loveless' "Lovin' All Night" is about a sex marathon she just had with her partner.
  • "We Love to Party" by the Caramella Girls:
    We grab a cab that takes us back to the crib
    Where we can lose control and put on a show
    We're gonna make this night the night of our lives
    So come on come on
    'Cause we're coming after you
  • "Weed Instead Of Roses" by Ashley Monroe.
  • "Ticks" by Brad Paisley.
  • This trope is Older Than Steam; many secular songs during the Renaissance could be quite sexually explicit, with a standout example being Orlande de Lassus's Matona Mia Cara (about a German soldier trying to woo a maiden in clumsy Italian); after several stanzas worth of mostly untranslatable double entendres and sex puns, the song ends with the line "I will fuck all night long, I will thrust like a ram".
  • "Love Me Like You Used To" by Tanya Tucker.
  • "The Rebound (The Trader Joe's Song)" by Tristan Prettyman (a female artist) is a fairly solid example, featuring some fairly unsubtle pick-up lines ("I lost my number, can I have yours / I'm not positive, but I'm pretty sure / That your shirt, would look better on my floor").
  • Oingo Boingo had a few: "Wild Sex (In the Working Class)", "Violent Love", "Elevator Man", and "Elementary Physics".
  • "Paradise Tonight" by Mickey Gilley & Charly McClain.
  • "Let's Make Love" by Faith Hill & Tim McGraw.
  • "Outta My Head And Back In My Bed" by Loretta Lynn.
  • "I've Got the Hoss by Mel Tillis.
  • "A Little More You" by Little Big Town.
  • "Burnin' It Down" by Jason Aldean.
  • Older Than Radio, the song "How'd You Like To Spoon With Me?" written by Jerome Kern has a very flirty, sexy melody to it, first recorded by Corinne Morgan in 1905 (backed by the Haydn Quartet). Spooning was also a euphemism for making out. Judging by the way she sings it and how thrilled the male chorus sounds in the final verse, she was clearly playing up the sexy, flirtatious angle as much as possible for a lady in Victorian times. The melody of the chorus was later incorporated in the Peter & Gordon song "Lady Godiva" (1967). By today's standards, the lyrics are quite tame but remember the attitudes towards sex in the 19th and early 20th centuries.
  • In Don Giovanni, Zerlina's song "Batti, batti" has words saying that she wants Massetto to beat her, but the music makes it quite clear that she has something more pleasant in mind. In another song, after Massetto has been roughed up by the Don, she tells him that she has medicine to make him feel better, which she makes herself and carries around with her all the time; one can easily guess what it is.
  • "I'd Love To Lay You Down" by Conway Twitty
  • Céline Dion's "Naked". Given that it's sung by, well, Celine Dion, it's a lot more tender and romantic compared to most examples on here.
    • Plus the ending of "It's All Coming Back to Me Now."
  • Swedish band "Gyllene Tider" are notorious for this. They have "Sommartider" (trans: Summer Times) and "När vi Två Blir En" (trans: When We two Become One).
  • "Get Outta My Dreams (Get Into my Car)" by Billy Ocean.
  • "Technology" by Milow is about the singer bringing home a stripper and then has sex with her in different places around his house.
  • "Help Me Make It Through The Night" by Sammi Smith.
  • Ken Ashcorp is a fan of making songs along these lines.
  • "Combine Harvester" by "scrumpy and western" band The Wurzels (a comedy-folk group from the West Country) is mostly about an aboveboard courtship, except that it's transparent that when the singer talks about the object of his affection's "acres of land", he means it in the Pythonic sense,note  and seems to be more interested in ploughing than his focus on the combine harvester would suggest.
  • "Drinkin' and Druggin' and Watchin' T.V." by Bobby Bare.
  • "Lady Lay Down" by John Conlee
  • "Yeah Boy" by Kelsea Ballerini.
  • The Puerto-Rican singer Lalo Rodríguez's salsa song Ven, Devórame Otra Vez (Come and Devour me again) is very, very explicit about this.
  • "Orgasm Addict" by Buzzcocks is, if the title didn't already tip you off, about a teenage boy obsessed with masturbation. It doesn't help that the singer makes unsubtle orgasm moans in the middle of the song.
  • "Sixty Minute Man" by Billy Ward and the Dominoes is a rhythm-and-blues song about how long the lead singer lasts in bed, divided equally into "fifteen minutes of kissing", "fifteen minutes of teasing, fifteen minutes of squeezing, and fifteen minutes of blowing my top". It was released in 1951, and managed to dodge Moral Guardians who were none too happy about the single-entendre content or the fact that an entirely-black band was universally popular. It topped the RnB charts and showed up in Fallout 4 sixty-three years later.
  • Howlin' Wolf: "Back Door Man". According to Wikipedia, the latter does not refer to what you think but "a man having an affair with a married woman, presumably while the husband is away at war, using the back door as an entrance & exit symbolically".
  • "Makin' Whoopee', originally popularized by Eddie Cantor in the 1928 musical Whoopee!, is surprisingly transparent for the time it was written. Equally surprising is how often it's been covered since, by artists ranging from Frank Sinatra to Louis Armstrong to Elton John to a duet by Amanda Palmer and Neil Gaiman.
  • John Lee Hooker: "Boom Boom" and "Crawling King Snake". It refers exactly to what you think it does.
Well, the men don't know, but the little girls understand.
  • There are more examples than could be listed here. Let's just say 30's blues and jazz lived off this trope.
  • For example, anything by Blind Willie McTell (I'm lovesick baby, you got me graveyard bound/gonna make you moan like a graveyard hound IIRC)and Terraplane Blues By Robert Johnson (I'm gonna get deep down in this connection/keep on tangling with your wires)
  • The last third of Ray Charles "What'd I Say" is essentially a session of rough sex set to music, and it got broadcast on TV in an era where sitcom couples had separate beds!
  • And then there's Slim Harpo's "I'm a King Bee," not too famous in itself but known through covers by Muddy Waters, the Stones, the Doors, the Grateful Dead, and Pink Floyd. (Yes, that Pink Floyd—it was in the pre-Piper days when they were basically a blues cover band.)
  • The whole genre of dirty blues takes the lustfulness traditionally found in blues music and turns it Up to Eleven. Perhaps the most mind-boggling example is Lucille Bogan's "Shave 'Em Dry".
    I got nipples on my titties, big as the end of my thumb,
    I got somethin' between my legs'll make a dead man come,
    Oh daddy, baby won't you shave 'em dry?
    Want you to grind me baby, grind me until I cry.
    Say I fucked all night, and all the night before baby,
    And I feel just like I wanna fuck some more,
    Oh great God daddy,
    Grind me honey and shave me dry.
    And it goes on like that for awhile. This was recorded in 1935, mind you.

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  • "Give It To Me Baby" by Rick James.
  • Let Me Hit It by Sporty-O veils its true meaning pretty thinly, with a lot of "dropping".
  • Spoofed by Adam Sandler in "At A Medium Pace". Starts out nice and gentle ("Put your arms around me baby / Can't you see I need you so?") before getting to the point ("Spit on your hand and stroke my cock at a medium pace")...
    • Also "Food Innuendo Guy," a parody of filthy-blues style, composed entirely innuendo.
  • This type of language was frequently used by Cole Porter in the 1920's, especially in songs like "Let's Misbehave".
    • While we're at it, how about "Let's Do It," in which he explains "Birds do it/ Bees do it/ Even educated fleas do it/ Let's do it/ Let's Fall in love."
    • "Too Darn Hot" from Kiss Me, Kate is pretty clear with lines like "According to the Kinsey report/ Every average man you know/ Much prefers to play his favorite sport/ When the temperature is low". Other versions considered more suitable for the public of the 40s and 50s (like the 1953 movie) substitute "the latest report" and "prefers his lovey-dovey to court" in to make it less obvious.
  • In Simon & Garfunkel's "Cecilia", while there isn't any question about what was going on ("Makin' love in the afternoon/With Cecilia up in my bedroom"), surprisingly few people catch on why a guy would wash his face after having sex.
    • The song came out in 1970 before most houses were air-conditioned. And it was the afternoon (hottest part of the day) up in his room (hottest part of the house).
    • According to rumor, "Cecilia" was the name of Paul Simon's dog.
    • "Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard" had the same rumor: Julio was supposedly a dog.
  • One of the more straight forward interpretations of Depeche Mode's "Behind The Wheel" is the song being about female domination.
    • "Master and Servant," on the other hand, is completely straightforward:
    "It's a lot like life/ This play between the sheets/ With you on top and me underneath/ Forget all about equality/ Let's play/ Master and servant."
    • Good lord, "Soothe My Soul". If there's any imagination left to the lyrics, the video completely obliterates it.
      • Ditto "Slow" from the same album.
    • Can you pick the subtle innuendo from "World In My Eyes":
    Now let your mind do the walking
    And let my body do the talking
    Let me show you the world in my eyes
    • The single for "World in My Eyes" also included a track called "Happiest Girl":
    Wanted to feel the joy flow between our lips
    Wanted to feel the joy flow between our hips
    • "You Move", about hooking up with an ex while simultaneously shutting down the idea of rekindling their romantic relationship.
    If you give me something you and I can play
    Let me ring your bell
    I don't need you, I don't need your ball and chain
    There's no water in that well
    But I like the way you move
    Yeah I like the way you move for me tonight
  • And, of course, Monty Python's classic "Sit On My Face" from Monty Python's Contractual Obligation Album. Given how long ago Monty Python started, they really pushed the envelope on what nudity and lewdness they could get away with on TV (the song wasn't released until 1980, though). The FCC has specifically cited "Sit On My Face" as an example of what it considers to be indecent material, and a radio station was fined US$9200 for playing it. In 1992.
  • Jonathan Coulton's song "First of May" has an innocent enough title. The chorus starts:
    Cause it's the first of May, first of May,
    Outdoor fucking starts today.
    So bring your favorite lady
    Or at least your favorite lay.
    • Coulton has fun with this particular trope. Here's "Soft Rocked By Me".
    You will be soft rocked by me
    Though it may take some time, I know eventually
    You will be soft rocked by me
    I use the passive voice to show how gentle I'll be
    When I soft rock you
    You will know it's true
    That you've never been soft rocked 'til you've been soft rocked by me
  • "Shave 'Em Dry" by Lucille Bogan. From 1935. No, really (#6 on the list). More innocent time, my ass.
  • Bat Boy: The Musical features an interspecies orgy set to a catchy musical number, "Children, Children."
  • Perhaps the all-out dorkiest example: "Hyperlink" by Eiffel 65, an example entirely in computer jargon. Seriously, listen for yourself (or read the lyrics).
  • "Ladies' Choice" from 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 Zac Efron singing it in The Movie.
  • Leonard Cohen's (and everybody else's) "Hallelujah", though arguably it's a "no intercourse with you any more" song.:
    There was a time you let me know / What's really going on below / But now you never show it to me, do you?
    And remember when I moved in you / The holy dove was moving too /And every breath we drew was Hallelujah...
    • Jeff Buckley's cover from Grace (as well as any cover-of-a-cover versions) plays up the metaphor even more, with the melody gradually building in pitch and intensity until it reaches the word "Hallelujah," before the much more subdued chorus.
    • While we're talking about Leonard Cohen, there's "Take This Waltz"
    In the cave at the tip of the lily/In some hallway where love's never been
    • Somewhat surprisingly, given his reputation, he manages to avert this trope more often than invoke it. He really doesn't beat around the bush, and often manages to insert extremely crude imagery into otherwise very pretty and tender ballads of lost love.
    I remember you well in the Chelsea Hotel, you were talking so brave and so sweet. Giving me head on an unmade bed, while the limousines wait in the street.
  • "Under The Tree" from the musical Celebration.
  • "Wrapped Up In You" by Garth Brooks. It's right there in the title.
    • Also: "The Red Strokes," "Two of a Kind, Workin' On a Full House," and "That Summer" (though the last one is more serious and darker than the others).
  • 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 Catullus 16 (NSFW in two languages!)
  • Inverted by The Village People, of all bands, with their album Sex over the Phone, which carries an underlying theme of 'safer sex' in light of the AIDS breakout in the gay community in The '80s. The title track, obviously enough, is chiefly about phone sex, but true to the spirit of the trope, carries some graphic imagery in its lyrics: "I just touch my princess and I go crazy"
  • Lovage's sole album Music To Make Love To Your Old Lady By is entirely a tongue-in-cheek parody of this trope, juxtaposing smooth trip-hop with often, er, significantly less smooth innuendo "Licking your greasy spoon / jukebox playing my tune/ making out in your room / blowing up your balloon/ playing you like a bassoon"). That passage is sung by Mike Patton by the way, who intentionally makes it seem more creepy than sexy.
  • Roy Zimmerman's "Abstain With Me" parodies songs like this (in addition to being a satire on abstinence-only education).
  • French Kiss by Lil' Louis is an undisputed classic of Chicago house. The only vocals in the song are a woman in the throes of passion. The song also cuts out the kick drum and drops to a slow tempo in the middle, only to build and speed up back to full tilt for the climax. The more recent Drum & Bass bootleg remix by Ed Rush & Optical keeps the same structure, but peaks at a very, er, athletic 175 or so beats per minute.
  • The chorus of the Vocaloid song SPICE! leaves little to the imagination.
    Bitter and hot spice
    I'll give it only to you now
    My taste that leaves you dazed
    Feel it with your body!
    • Mase Renka / Mase Lenka takes it Up To Eleven:
      Feel it more. You understand my love, don't you?
      I'll exhaust you from beginning to end.
      So show me your "special place,"
      I won't let anyone else touch you there, because you're all mine. Isn't that great?
    • Isaji's cover of ''Romeo and Cinderella'' turns the relatively vague lyrics into this.
      Cinderella who lied too much seems to have been eaten by the wolf
      What should I do? If I don't do anything, you too might be eaten someday
      Before that happens, I will eat you
      (Followed by the text "with a sexual meaning
    • LUVORATORRRRRY, with its mesmerising thumping beat, has lyrics that are completely shameless about being a thinly-veiled desire to do it roughly.
      Love Me Baby Baby
      Give Me Very Very
      Please, go ahead, do it so rough
      There’s no time to breathe
      Beasty Gimmick Gimmick
      Knock Out Gimmi Gimmi
      I wanna be destroyed
      With us as we are right now Knock Down
    • The triad of sexual songs by Umetora-P; Ifuudoudou (Pomp and Circumstances), Kyouki Ranbu (Dancing Wildly), and Isshin Furan (Wholeheartedly). Notably, Pomp and Circumstances starts out with straight-up moaning. Yes, Vocaloid moaning. Very realistic Vocaloid moaning.
      The first lines of "Pomp and Circumstances": Bite down from time to time
      let me remember what pain feels like
      Stain my entirety with that overflowing fluid
    • The Madness of Duke Venomania (part of the Evillious Chronicles) doesn't hide it whatsoever. It being the song of the sin of Lust and all that, it's to be expected. It being a Villain Song, however, the duke's partners here are... not exactly fully consenting.
      The taste of libido that hid venom
      The pleasure of the blade that cut through
      Blood and sweat mix together and
      Turn before long into drops of purple

      Once the clothes come off
      There's no returning to reality
    • Good F*ck (warning: will likely invoke multiple Flat Whats). Possibly. It's not possible to tell what it's really about. Though it's likely that it's just a bunch of Surreal Humor.
    • Hibikase (translation:Resonate) by Reol and Giga-P is very sexually charged, with the opening verse having something happen at midnight before talking about wandering fingertips. The chorus goes on with Miku/Reol asking their lover not to forget her voice and this moment, and the last lines of the chorus basically imply that the entire song is about making love after midnight with their voices resonating together. And yes, Miku entreats her lover not to think of her as virtual too, presumably because she's real enough to make love to them.
      We look at each other, alone with you
      Make our breath and sound resonate
    • Songs by niki often have confusing lyrical contents set over electronic beats, but the tracks HYBRID, ELECT and ARROW are definitely this, with lyrics like "be spoiled by dynamic love/show a romantic dream/drown in the mixed voices", "let falling hearts resonate/the inside of my frozen body has shivered with the sweet current" and "I licked the nectar that my fingertips touches/an arrow that pierces the sweet fruit" respectively. The composer himself called the first song erotic.
  • Brazil has some genres which are mostly built on this. Most notably, funk carioca (a version of funk that when is not about crimes, is about sex; "Injeção", sampled by M.I.A. in "Bucky Done Gun",note  has lyrics on medical injection... which are obviously about anal sex note ) and axé music ("after nine months you see the result...").
  • Jace Everett's "Bad Things," used as the theme song for True Blood.
  • For speakers of Japanese, there's Himitsu no Karute, a well-done big band-esque jazz number with raunchy lyrics. Better still, it's an opening theme of an Eroge.
  • The Irish folk song Jolly Tinker has a line about the eponymous tinker and the woman of the house falling on a feather bed.
  • Cut Song Come Up And Try My New Parts from Repo! The Genetic Opera, where Amber Sweet tells Graverobber "I'll let you fuck my soul" and "I can take it baby / don't care where you put it / why don't you surprise me."
  • "Lay Me Down" by Australian folk group The Audreys is about a woman who wants a one night stand.
  • "Pony" by Casey Chambers. Very dirty:
    When I grow up I want a pony
    I'm gonna ride him until dawn
    I'm gonna brush his mane and feed him sugarcane
    And keep him safe from the storm
  • The Medic Droid's "Fer Sure":
    Hi my name is Chris fucking Donathon, don't get mad Jefree Star cuz I made you snort a lotta my cum while I fucked you in the ass...
    Pulled up at a stoplight, did drugs on the dashboard, look at the mess we've made tonight
    Kick off your stilettos (oh yeah)
    Kick off your stilettos (oh yeah)
    And fuck me in the back seat
    F-f-f-fuck me in the back seat
  • Jeffree Star's 'Love Rhymes With Fuck You' is dripping with this. Literally. The opening line is You can fuck me till the sun comes up. And practically the entire last minute of the song is him yelling "Fuck me, fuck me, fuck me, fuck me, fuck me, fuck me!"
    • 'Lollipop Luxury'.
    Fuck me, I'm a celebrity
    Can't take your hands off me
    I know you want to suck me,
    What are you waiting for?
  • Everything ever recorded by Blood On the Dance Floor, with the exception of approximately... ooh... five or six songs in their entire discography. Some notable examples:
    • Teacher, teacher, teacher, I've been a dirty whore
    I want your nails on my back like nails on a chalkboard.
    Teacher, teacher, teacher, keep me after class
    I've been a bad boy, now take a paddle to my ass.
    Innocent High
    • I'm gonna jizz all in your face,
    I'm gonna wreck this fucking place,
    Pull my hair, smash the chair,
    Break the bed and give me head!
    Scream For My Ice Cream
    • I'm slamming bitches like Kong's slammin' barrels
    Fuck more wenches like I'm Captain Jack Sparrow
    Cock so good I had to put it in a song
    It's wrong, wrong, wrong like Gaga's got a ding dong!
    It's On Like Donkey Kong
    My sticky lollipop, it's such a sweet gumdrop
    I'm bout to explode, it feels to good to stop
    Just taste my tootsie roll, you melt my icicle
    I gotta get my fix, please lick my pixie stick!
  • Popular English folk rockers Steeleye Span had a lot of fun with the whole thousand-year history of popular songs in English. With the whole history of English song to play with, they proved that a certain obsession with sex has always been a part of popular music. For instance, Drink Down The Moon (c. 1450), when you really listen to the lyrics, is not really about ornithology:
    And he tapped at the bush
    And the bird it did fly in
    A little above her lily-white knee;
    Her sparkling eyes they didturn round
    Just as if she had been all in a swoon;
    And she cried, "I've a bird; and very pretty bird;
    And he's pecking away at his own ground...."



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