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” At its core, the song is about trying to manipulate someone’s marital boredom in order to sleep with them again, but the startling thing about the jam is its wistful humanity.
The gangly frontman’s pleas are desperate from beginning to end: “You say you’ve got to go home / Well, at least there’s someone there for you to talk to.” Even if Cocker can’t remember a worst time, the first time you hear this song is something you’ll always long for time and time again.—Mack Hayden 45.
And hey, maybe you find social consciousness sexier than guitar solos and smooth baritones, in which case “Freedom” is practically a home run on the sexy scale.—Ryan Bort 42.
“66,” Afghan Whigs (1998) An alt-rock heartthrob with none of the crippling angst or intense introversions—and therefore with none of the inhibitions—of his whiny ‘90s peers, Greg Dulli blurs the lines between seducer and seduced, between desirer and desired, and (of course) between dominant and submissive on this standout from the Afghan Whigs’ swan song 1965.
Our picks span a variety of eras, genres and styles—and while some are more overtly sexual than others, they all make us weak in the knees.
To keep this from being a list of Prince and Al Greensongs, we’ve limited ourselves to a maximum two tracks per artist.
“Stir It Up,” Bob Marley (1973) As a divine mouthpiece for Jah, Bob Marleywas all about spreading the tenets of Rastafarianism to as many people as possible.
He was also about spreading the love, both literally—he had at least 10 children with a number of a different women—and through his songs.
“Too Much Love,” LCD Soundsystem (2006) LCD Soundsystem’s James Murphy was known for his arhythmic, almost conversational singing style…either that or for his jubilant party shouting.So queue up the playlist we’ve compiled, hang a sock on your doorknob, do whatever you need to do…and be sure to tell us all the sensual songs we forgot about in the comments section below. “Make it Wit Chu,” Queens of the Stone Age (2007) The same band that wrote the be-all, end-all tribute to drug culture with “Feel Good Hit of the Summer” primed a steaming zipper-shifter of a sex jam years later with “Make It Wit Chu.” With a guitar solo as smooth as velvet sheets and Josh Homme’s sultry plea, there’s only one thing you’ll want to do after this Queens’ Era Vulgaris cut. Unless you’re into that sort of thing.—Tyler Kane 49.“Be My Baby,” The Ronettes (1963) This might be an odd choice to some, but there’s something about this song.Did you forgive Jay Z before he even came out with his “Yup, I Cheated” album? We all have an interest in figuring out celeb Regardless of how dumb and impulsive old people think we are, members of the millennial and Gen Y cohort are reportedly not having as much sex as previous generations did when they were young. LA-based During that dead zone between Christmas Day and New Year’s, you might have found yourself overanalyzing every aspect of your life. Maybe it’s because you don’t have work or school to distract you from your innermost thoughts.But one thing’s for sure: a lot of people try to distract We always thought the best practice for hometown Tindering was just not to do it.
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It could be a blueprint for Robin Thicke’s recent hit, but it’s less date-rapey and more intriguing in its understanding of male sexuality. “Fever,” Peggy Lee (1958) This Little Willie John number has been recorded by everyone under the sun, but it was Peggy Lee who made it her own, adding the “Romeo loved Juliet” and “Captain Smith and Pocahontas” verses.