Stewie: Intercourse with you-oo-oo-whoo! Right?
Brian: Yeah, no, great, that sounds good.
Stewie: All right, groovy, groovy. Now, is there a shorter word for intercourse?
Let's face it, there's only one thing every living person (well, most people) has on his or her mind, ever, so it honestly shouldn't come as that much of a surprise that most songs you're going to hear over the course of your entire life are going to be about or closely related to that one thing. People seem to really like hearing about it, and people seem to equally really like singing about it.
All sorts of euphemisms are used: making love, getting lucky, getting laid, goin' downtown, hitting the jackpot, throwing the hot dog in the hallway, play 'hide the salami', making 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, the hunka chunka, dancing the quilted mambo, firty ducking, woohooing, knocking boots, getting some rib, skoodilypooping, about tree fiddy, pounding the tuna, and the classic (made popular by The Newlywed Game), 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.
In case you were unable to infer what is being discussed, we are of course talking about sex.
Songs of this type can go several ways:
- Be subtle. Bury what you're really talking about in Double Entendres and Unusual Euphemisms. Examples include: dance, love, work, eat, ride, teach, hit, party, and play, as well as their synonyms and associated words. ("I wanna hold your hand"—is that all?)
- Use Lyrical Dissonance. Moral Guardians expect sexy songs to sound a certain way, usually slow and seductive. Use upbeat, folk, or pop music instead. If you do choose folk, you may not think of Fairport Convention's "Come All Ye" in the same way again....
- If your lines are short a couple of syllables, just add "Ooh", "Yeah", or "Baby".
- Use lots of panting and moaning. Also, include the sound of a woman giggling.
- Use another language. For example, "Voulez-vous coucher avec moi ce soir?" note
- If all else fails, then to hell with subtlety and just blatantly talk about sex anyway. You'll be surprised what you can get away with.
For certain cases, see Everyone Is Jesus in Purgatory and Innocent Innuendo. For other cases, see also Fanservice, formerly known as Playing to the Fetishes. For examples that are sung by groups of friends over a few beers rather than performed by professionals, see Bawdy Song.
Obligatory Bondage Song is when Intercourse with You gets kinky. Well, kinkier.
Overlaps with Sexual Euphemism when examples of it are used. As intercourse is usually a consequence of successful seduction, a song may transition from a Seduction Lyric into this trope as it goes along.
- The ED of Tokimeki Tonight, Harumi Kamo's Super Love Lotion, has lyrics about how girls become more beautiful and attractive when they fall in love, making ever their shampoo scent more seductive. The fact that the credit version features the teenage protagonist nude save for a cape leaves this very clear.
My love for you is like a truck, BER-SER-KER!
Would you like some making fuck, BER-SER-KER!,
- Most of Aldous Snow's songs in Forgetting Sarah Marshall and Get Him to the Greek are blatantly sexual, with song titles like "The Clap" and another called "Ring Round" that outright says that it's about anal sex at the end of the song.
- Moulin Rouge! gives us the song "Meet Me In The Red Room", which is sung from the point of a prostitute entertaining a client. Complete with sexual sounds.
- Spring Break: "Do It To You" by Corrinne Alphen.
- Walk Hard. "Let's Duet," is one long, drawn-out Double Entendre.
Dewey Cox: In my dreams, you're blowin' me... *beat* Some kisses...
- Cannibal! The Musical: Packerd's ballad about his horsenote , "When I Was On Top Of You."
- Gotcha (1985) A college student, Johnathan Moore, quotes the song lyrics from Labelle's "Lady Marmalade", "Voulez-vous coucher avec moi ce soir?", only to earn him a slap in the face!
Girl: You asshole! *SLAP!!!*
- Victoria Wood's "Ballad of Barry and Freda" (better known as "Let's Do It") is about a middle-aged woman trying to persuade her husband to ... well:
Let's do it, let's do it,Do it til our hearts go boom!Go native, creative,Living in the living room,This folly, is jolly,Bend me over backwards on the hostess trolley,Let's do it, let's do it tonight!
- Flight of the Conchords: Parodied with "Business Time" which is about sex in a very average marriage where the singer only lasts 2 minutes.
- Crazy Ex-Girlfriend parodies this with "Sex with a Stranger". It's super blunt about the singer's anxieties:
Im sorry, Ill stop talking bout the murderer thing
Let me get back to playin with your thing
You got a beautiful ass,
Strong ass arms—
Is that a gun?! Oh thank God, its just your penis.
You been tested for STDs?
- The Noddy Shop: Johnny Crawfish's song "Special", produced as promotional material for investors, is about doing this to women. The fact that it was made to promote a preschool show makes it a surprising thing to hear.
- Chicago...and all that jazz.
- Young Frankenstein: The Musical:
- Inga's introductory number, "Roll in the Hay".
- Elizabeth has a ballad in Act Two relating her joy at having at last found "Deep Love." (Accompanied by a whole bunch more adjectives.) This was performed at the Tony Awards.
- Les Misérables has one of its most upbeat numbers, "Lovely Ladies," be all about the life of a seaside hooker! ("Rich men, poor men, leaders of the land/See 'em with their trousers off they're never quite as grand!") This is swiftly followed by Mood Whiplash.
- The song "I Cain't Say No" from Oklahoma! is about Ado Annie's inability to say "no" to boys and contains the lines: "Supposin' that he says that you're sweeter than cream/ And he's gotta have cream or die?". The show is mostly about love triangles, so it's no surprise that it's full of innuendo.
- "Then I think of that ol' Golden Rule/An' do fer him what he would do fer me!" (In the 1998 RNT production Ado Annie spreads her legs on this line, leaving no doubts as to what she's talking about.)
- "The Point of No Return" from The Phantom of the Opera has very sexual themes including the lines: "In my mind I've already imagined our bodies entwining" and "When will the blood begin to race/ The sleeping bud burst into bloom"...if you know what I mean.
- "Music of the Night" isn't much better in that regard. "Touch me, trust me, savor each sensation..."
- Subverted later, with a verse that implies the Phantom is also impotent. "That fate which condemns me/To wallow in blood/Has also denied me/The joys of the flesh" Given what happens in the sequel Love Never Dies though, he may have meant 'denied' in that no woman would have him, as he apparently could perform well enough to father a child with Christine.
- Pretty much any song from Spring Awakening, most notably with "The Bitch of Living" and "My Junk" being about masturbation and "Touch Me" and "The Word of Your Body" about desiring sexual activity. "The Dark I Know Well" is an example of sex turned into horror, as it's about sexual abuse.
- The musical Wicked gives us the love duet between Elphaba and Fiyero. Lines like "I'll wake up my body / and make up for lost time," and Elphie's seductive "I feel wicked" near the end make their intentions pretty clear.
- ... But it also makes the line "If it turns out it's over too fast" a bit unintentionally funny.
- Avenue Q has "Loud as the Hell You Want (When You're Making Love)":
You're not allowed to be loudAt the libraryAt the art museumOr at a playBut when you and your partnerAre doing the nastyDon't behave like you'reAt the ballet!Cause you can be as loud asThe hell you wantWhen you're making love!
- RENT has "Contact," which is just one big orgy under a bed sheet.
- The Threepenny Opera contains multiple examples:
- Slight disturbing, the great Villain Song from the Disney movie The Hunchback of Notre Dame. Partly an aversion, as it's about resisting temptation, but he doesn't leave any doubt what he actually wants.
Like fire, Hellfire,
This fire in my skin!
This burning desire
Is turning me to sin!
- "Dead Girl Walking" from Heathers. The entire song can be summed up as, "My life is going to be ruined come Monday, I'm drunk, I'm in your yard, so let's have sex."
- From the same musical, "Blue" deliberately sounds like a romantic duet...but is still about two boys complaining about how badly they want sex.
- Pippin includes "With You," which (at least in the 2013 revival) starts out as a very sweet ballad and turns into a stylized orgy.
- Parodied in The Book of Mormon with "Baptize Me". It's actually a rather sweet song about Arnold baptizing Nabalungi, which just so happens to be his first. But the actual song is full of lyrics like "I'm about to do it for the first time/ and I'm gonna do it with a girl", perhaps climaxing at "I'm wet with salvation! We just went all the way!"
- Head Over Heels turns "Heaven is a Place on Earth" into this.
- The Six: The Musical song "All You Wanna Do"'s chorus has the line "Please me, squeeze me, birds and the bees me".
- Hadestown has an instrumental break towards the end of "All I've Ever Known" where Orpheus and Eurydice have a stylized ballet to represent making love. Notable in that the song itself isn't about sex, though it does have Eurydice and Orpheus confessing their mutual love.
- Several songs featured in the DanceDanceRevolution franchise have very steamy lyrics and moaning sounds set to very danceable tunes. Do It All Night? Oh Nick Please Not So Quick?, Turn me on? Suuuuubtle.
- The Idolmaster has several of these most especially "Agent Yoru wa Yoku" ("The Agent Comes at Night") which is almost blatantly about male prostitution. There's also "Honey Heartbeat" which is most probably about a girl losing her virginity in the back of a car.
- For the love of god, the CD version of Orchid's theme (K.I. Feeling) from Killer Instinct has this in spades
- "Give Me All Your Love" from The World Ends with You, when you have lines like "Feel me when you come inside" or "Treat me right as I do for you / Drive me crazy all night long"... It's clear they weren't trying that hard to be subtle, and this is a T-rated game.
- In Idolish 7, Trigger's debut song "Secret Night" counts as one. Even the title sounds sexual
- Nights of Azure has "Eve", the Final Love Duet that plays during the Golden Ending. The entire first half is essentially Arnice and Lilysse singing how they want to be left alone at night so they could forego sleep and do other things with each other. And to make things a less subtle, the first line has Arnice singing about "Digging our nails in, biting softly, and playing around under the moonlight".
- Discussed in a Cracked article about modern annoyances with evolutionary explanations.
- Some of the Honest Trailers for films in the Disney Animated Canon will rewrite the lyrics to the most romantic song and make them directly about intercourse (and always use the euphemism "pork" at that):
- From Frozen:
- "Love Is an Open Door" becomes "We are about to poooooorrrrrrrrrkkk"
- "Reindeer(s) Are Better Than People" becomes "I'm kinda turned on by reindeer"
- From The Lion King
- "Can You Feel the Love Tonight?" becomes "We are gonna pork tonight"
- From The Little Mermaid:
- "Kiss the Girl" becomes "Pork the Girl"
- From Aladdin:
- "A Whole New World" becomes "I'll Pork this Girl"
- From Frozen:
- A few music videos by Starbomb. For Example, Luigi's Ballad where Mario sings about wanting to have sex with Peach in classic Super Mario innuendo (I'm-a Mario / I'm more Italian than pastrami / I take you by the peaches and give you the hot salami / I sent evil dragons and evil boos that are spooky / Must I be a raccoon to get inside your tanuki? / I'll mount you like Yoshi and show you things you've never seen / My mushroom's now mega if you know what I mean, so SUCK IT!)
- There's also "Best Zelda rap EVER!" where the old man in the first game who says "It's dangerous to go alone, take this!", tries to seduce Link into giving him a blowjob. You read that right. Must be seen to be believed.
- Howard Stern's "Every Homo (Backside's Back)" is a parody of "Everybody (Backstreet's Back)" by the Backstreet Boys.
- The Finnish radio station YleX has a tradition called "Summer Rubber Song", a sex ed campaign where they get a currently popular artist to make a song about safe sex. These songs tend to be about sex.
- This trope sets off the whole plot of Mayu Shinjo's Sensual Phrase story. A Cute Bookworm highschool girl writes some super steamy song lyrics and intends to send them to a contest, but after some freaky coincidences the lyric sheets end up in the hands of a local rising rock star whose band is famous for its sensual songs...
- Ikenai Borderline from Macross Delta has one particularly eyebrow-raising set of lyrics:
My head is full (kirikirimai)
I'm going even further (saranaru chi e to)
My mind is melting (ishiki ga tokeru)
I can't control my body (karada wa seigyo funou)
I'm coming (icchau kamone)
We screwed around as friends (fusake atta tomodachi mo)
We sought each other as something more (mo tome atta ano hiki to)
Till morning the two of us are just spinning around (asa made futari just spinning around)
- Before Ikenai Borderline there was Pink Monsoon by Sheryl Nome. For that note, this is just the first verse (after the "baby pink monsoon" refrain):
There's plenty of time to fall in love (koi suru jikan wa tappuri aru no yo)
Be my boyfriend
Using our youth pointlessly (wakasa o mudazukai shitai)
Let's get derailed and ruined together (issho ni dassen shite dainashi ni shite)
Become even more deeply involved with me (motto fukaku kakawatte yo)
This position (kono position)
Is the best, you know? (saikou datte wakaru desho?)
- In an episode of Marginal #4, Atom has trouble understanding the lyrics of their new song, "Shinobi - Just a Heaven" (where "heaven" is written with the kanji for "climax").
A premonition of danger
But there's no turning back for the two of us
Skin touches skin, in that moment
Lightning shoots through our bodies
- One of the two openings from Tsukiuta the Animation, "Gravitic Love" by Six Gravity (one of the show's main idol units), is very much this sort of thing. If you doubt it after the way they sing "I wanna mess you up," just check Hajime's moan at the end of the chorus (1:17).
- The song "Getting Lucky" in The Chipmunk Adventure.
- In the classic Mockumentary This is Spın̈al Tap, interviewer Marty comes upon Nigel composing a lovely, quiet song, which Nigel says is inspired by Mozart and Bach. When Marty asks its name, Nigel replies "Well, this piece is called "Lick My Love Pump"."
- Well, Mozart did write "Lick me in the arse"...
- Is this actually considered fictional anymore? Spinal Tap's released a few albums and had tours since the fake movie.
- Not to mention that many of the songs by Spinal Tap feature ridiculously extended and very transparent metaphors for sex, making fun of the trope. Such as "Sex Farm".
- "Gimme Some Money," one of their early songs, is a subversion. The "you know what I want, you know what I need" lyrics are very clearly building to this, but then the refrain arrives and what they want just turns out to be money.
- Aldous Snow's song "Inside of You" in Forgetting Sarah Marshall.
- All the background music from the 2001 film version of Josie and the Pussycats is like this (and NSFW at that).
- The Onion Movie parodied this with the artist Melissa Cherry (a parody of Britney Spears) whose songs all sound extremely suggestive, yet she insists they're entirely innocent.
- Parodied in Semi-Pro, where the main character sings a song called "Love Me Sexy", asking women if they would like to Love, Lick and/or Suck Will Ferrel sexy.
- In War, Inc., Hilary Duff's character (a parody of the sexy teenybopper type of performer) has a song called "I Wanna Blow You Up." The first chorus starts with "I wanna blow you....up." and the bridge consists of "I wanna blow you, blow you, blow you, blow you....up." Not terribly subtle.
- In the Israeli comedy film "זוהי סדום" ("This Is Sodomy") as in the biblical city of Sodom, not the crime, which retells the biblical story from a "modern" point of view, Lot's wife is presented as-as a fat, evil harridan whose "cooking" consists of drowning tiny bits of whatever she makes in mountains of salt. She hates Lot for being a poor sucker (recall, he was the only virtuous man in the biblical version of Vegas) and always complains about how she had a promising career as a singer before she married. The only example of her "old glory" we get to see is a trippy video clip the music of which consists solely of a synthesized "KNOW ME, KNOW ME, KNOW ME, KNOW ME..." (a joke at the biblical use of "knowing" someone)
- Ty Webb sings "I Was Born To Love You" to Lacey Underall in Caddyshack.
- Mockumentary film Never Been Thawed has a subplot about a Christian Rock band called The Christers: It's revealed that The Christers used to be a Hardcore Punk band called The Reacharounds, who exclusively wrote this kind of song, but decided to switch to a Christian Rock image in the hopes of getting a record deal. In a similar gag to the South Park example, we hear a snippet of the Reacharounds song "Fuck" followed by the Christers song "Pray", and it becomes apparent they just replaced every instance of the word "fuck" with "pray", added a few forced rhymes, and changed very little else.
- Aldous Huxley, after mysteriously averting this trope in Brave New World (in which little children are taught to engage in sexual play with each other), invoked this in Ape and Essence where the refrain of the latest popular song is, "Give me detumescence."
- Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince has a jazzy number called "A Cauldron Full of Hot, Strong Love":
Oh, come and stir my cauldronAnd if you do it rightI'll boil you up some hot, strong loveTo keep you warm tonight
- Spoofed in Dave Barry's novel Big Trouble with the fictional hit "I Want Your Sex Pootie" by the Seminal Fluids. (The not-so-good movie version made this into a real song. His following novel, Tricky Business, gave "Sex Pootie" a Continuity Nod.)
- King Dork: Tom and Sam's song "I Wanna Ramone You" which mainly consists of the words "I wanna ramone you".
- The hit song "Let's Fuck" is at the top of the charts in Super Folks.
- 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. It's almost romantic with lines like 'I don't care that you beg for change'. It's also an Imagine Spot, 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.
- "Sex Hair" from Parks and Recreation.
- Buffy the Vampire Slayer:
You make me com... plete
- To a lesser extent in the same song:
The Moon to the tide
I can feel you inside
- Tara's expression at that line makes it clear that she knows exactly how you're gonna take that. Keep in mind that magic was used as a really obvious metaphor for sex between Willow and Tara from their first meeting (where they manage to make sexual innuendo while talking strictly about magic), right up to showing what looked like mutual orgasms on at least one occasion when a complex, powerful spell was successfully completed.
- Joss Whedon even says in the commentary that he'd pretty much given up on being subtle by that point.
- To a lesser extent in the same song:
- Used in an episode of Modern Family when Hayley's boyfriend performs a very... explicit song he wrote for her to her family. They are all understandably stunned, but in The Stinger it's shown that they are all singing it next morning.
- Parodied in the Hot in Cleveland episode "Bridzelka", in which Reverend Boyce (Cedric the Entertainer) sings the bluntly titled "I Wanna Have Sex with You" while reflecting on his pre-church career as a singer/songwriter.
- UK teen series Skins had a fictional TV talent show named Search for a Sexxbomb, featuring such catchy gems as "Juicing Down", "Ass2Ass", and "Rim Licking".
Rim licking/ Clit flicking/ You're the stuffing/ I'm the chicken/ Said we're clicking/ You're still licking/ Clock is ticking/ Stick your dick inIn this club they cannot tame us/ On the dancefloor tongue meets anus/ Boy I need you in my South Pole/ Put your star into my black hole
- Not a full example, but the Dream Sequence music video 'Tongue-Tied' from Red Dwarf at one point has backing singers Lister and Rimmer singing "Reproductive system, baby!" complete with hip-thrusts.
- In Mr. Show, the R&B duo "Three Times One Minus One" (or TTOMO) sing the song "Ewww, Girl, Ewww." The music video is this trope, but the lyrics mostly consist of "Ewwww" and "Damn." It's also Pretty Fly for a White Guy.
- In the How I Met Your Mother episode "Home Wreckers", Ted's mother Virginia gets re-married to a guy named Clint. It's a Running Gag throughout the episode that he is too honest about their sex life, and at their wedding, he sings a song about Virginia:
When I squeeze her trembling bosom,
The blood pumps to my loins
When I penetrate her —
And Mahatma Gandhi, and the pancakes, and the dragooon...and you.
- The song cuts off after that and Narrator!Ted explains that he blacked out for the next 12 minutes of the song. The song ends:
- MADtv made a Deconstructive Parody of Nelly Furtado's "Promiscuous [Girl]" called "Syphilis Girl" that deals with the aftermath. Timbaland discovers he got an STD from having had unprotected sex with Furtado, and they end up concluding it's their own fault. It actually has a good point to make about the likely consequences of holding promiscuity up as a virtue.
- In The Office (US) episode "Dinner Party", Jan plays a song her assistant (who she is heavily implied to have slept with) made for her:
You took me by the hand
And made me a man
That one night, you made everything alright
- In 13, The Jerk Jock Brett is trying to ask out Kendra, who is Purity Personified. His best friends come up with a verse filled with sex metaphors.
I been thinkin'
I gotta gotta gotta gotta get with you
I wanna get all up in your business girl
And make you feel real fine
I got myself a brand new rockin' horse
Why don't you come on here, mama, and rock it rock it all night long
- Keep in mind its target demographic is young teens.
- Helluva Boss:
- During Spring Break, Verosika Mayday sings a song called "Vacay to Bone Town" that's all about enjoying sex as a way to relax. All the while, she's using her power as a Charm Person to drive the crowd into a sinful orgy.
- Invoked in the song "House of Asmodeus". Asmodeus, the owner of OZZIE'S and the king of the Ring of Lust, sings an Anti-Love Song to tell Moxxie that if he's going to perform on his stage, he needs to stop singing his love song and sing something more graphic to fit the theme of his establishment.
- In one pre-reboot episode of My Little Pony: The Mentally Advanced Series 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 filly.
I'm working on my twerking/My libido's always lurking!/'Cause you're 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!
- In Warhammer Idol Month a lot of the songs have shades of this, such as "Promethium Passion Lover", Macha's "Claim Me" - with lines like "You are worthy, you must claim me", "If there's no pressure, there'll be no pleasure!", "I've seen our destined date, I don't mind you're late, now show me that this is our fate!" - and then Slania of Slaanesh (predictably) throws out all subtlety with "Give Me"'s blatantly explicit lyrics.
- South Park:
I want to get down on my knees and start pleasing Jesus, I want to feel his salvation all on my face...
- One of the best parodies when Cartman becomes a Christian rock musician by switching "baby" for "Jesus" in a standard song like this. Hence, all of his songs are about loving Jesus...that way.
- And then when the boys started a boy band, their big song was "Finger Bang", which Cartman thought was about making a pretend gun with your hand and pointing it at someone.
- Pretty much every time Chef sings, intentional or not.
- Family Guy gives us the Trope Namer, shown in the quote at the top of the page.
- American Dad! has Hayley invent a song that could be best named "Doing It Doing It."
Doin' it, doin' it. D-d-Doin' it.Should we break for lunch?Nope! Let's keep doin' it, doin' it.Someone's at the door.I don't care!We're doin' it, doin' it.Wanna put on our hikin' boots?Yeah, we'll wear them while we're doin' it, doin' it.I like the rhythm, it is my method.
- Aqua Teen Hunger Force: "Yeah, I wrote that. It's called 'I Wanna Rock Your Body'. And then in y-parentheses it says 'Til the Break of Dawn'".
- Bob's Burgers: In "Food Truckin'", one-time character Tabitha Johansson sings very unsubtle and creepy songs about her vagina that she insists are actually about whales.
- "Good Lovin'" from the Animated Adaptation of Soul Music.
Be my baby and I'll be your fool,
My good lovin's gonna blow your cool,
We'll be makin' love the whole night through,
Til the morning light!
- In the Penguins of Madagascar 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 this. One has to wonder if the censors were hurrying for lunch break.
- Steven Universe has always featured Gem Fusion as a metaphor for relationships, including sexual ones. The episode "The Answer" features a song that Ruby and Sapphire sing which is obviously about the first time they fused, but parts of the lyrics can be interpreted as one person having had sex for the first time and the other having made love for the first time rather than having sex randomly.
Ruby: Oh... Um... I just can't stop thinking...Sapphire: So... Um... Did you say I was different?Ruby: And you hadn't before?Sapphire: Of course not! When would I have ever?Ruby: I'm so sorry!Sapphire: No no, don't be!
- The Oh Yeah! Cartoons short "The Feelers" had Mitzi Moth of the titular rock band of anthropomorphic insects sing a rather suggestive song called "100 Watts of Love".
Mitzi: I can handle any candle, I'm a match for any match, and most flashlights I can pass right by. But there is a light I see who is just fila-meant for me. You must agree I find him one bright guy!Mitzi, Mo, Max, and Stinger: 'Cause he's 100 watts of love! Yeah, he's 100 watts of love!Mitzi: Oh, his kisses really burn and yet I always will return to get 100 watts!
- Robot Chicken gives us the Avatar-inspired "Blue Rabbits F**king.". Sung by Patrick Stump, no less.
- The Simpsons had a one-shot character named Lurleen Lumpkin, who attempts to seduce Homer with the decidedly subtle "Bunk With Me Tonight." Which mostly consists of her singing those four words repeatedly. Homer doesn't get it.
...tonight. Yeah, baby. *