Sexual song lyrics and the meaning behind them

Everybody likes to listen to their favourite style of music and has their own top song to sing along to.  Lots of these songs contain hidden sexual references, some subtle some more direct with their meaning. The Boyz 11 Men smash hit ballad “I’ll Make Love to You” contains some not so discreet words such as “Throw your clothes, on the floor/I’m gonna take my clothes off too/I made plans to be with you”.  Although not subtle the words were fairly restrained and polite unlike the words in Rod Stewart’s 1976 hit “Tonight’s the Night” that contained more racy, direct sexually implicit lyrics.  Definitely anything but coy Rod croons his way through several sexy innuendoes, calling his date “Virgin Child” and describing how he will get her a big drink and help her off with her dress.  Even using the words “You’d be a fool to stop this tide/spread your wings and let me come inside”

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Marvin Gaye’s soulful, sexy voice and his rendition of the sultry “Let’s get it on” became an aphrodisiac for many couples.  Using sexy music to spice up your love life is something many couples enjoy.  If you’re experimenting with different sexual partners then think about prevention and use London Chlamydia Testing kits  and other protection for sexually transmitted conditions. The Rolling Stones “Honky Tonk Women” personified the way the group wanted to pay respect to” Loose women” (as they called them) everywhere.