69 Best Songs About Sex

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21. “Señorita” by Justin Timberlake

Song Year: 2002

The fourth single off Justin Timberlake’s first solo album, “Señorita” features an R&B, jazz, and pop tempo. Timberlake sings about trying to garner the attention of a woman. Despite the name, there’s little Spanish, but don’t let that stop you from grooving along to the track with your favorite dance partner.

22. “Let Me Love You On A Backroad” by Corey Smith

Song Year: 2011

The song title says it all in Corey Smith’s “Let Me Love You On A Backroad.” In the live version, Smith apologizes for singing a dirty song, but there’s no hint of apology in the lyrics. Saying he just wants to do it on the road once and promising to keep it secret, Smith promises to be done in time to still make the movie.

23. “Say So” by Doja Cat

Song Year: 2019

“Say So” is one of the most played pop songs of the last few years, and American rapper Doja Cat has plenty to say. The lyrics detail exchanging glances and flirting with someone you’ve never met but feel a connection with, even from across a room. The music video features a dance battle with a handyman and sexual innuendos, and a desire to get down to it.

24. “Wow, I Can Get Sexual Too” by Say Anything

Song Year: 2005

American rock band Say Anything comes through with a comedy track in “Wow, I Can Get Sexual Too.” Lightening the mood and working as a satire of other heavily sexual tracks, the singer brags about how he managed to get someone to touch themselves with just a phone call.

25. “Push It” by Salt-N-Pepa

Song Year: 1986

Salt-N-Pepa’s classic dance number “Push It”  grabbed the group a Grammy nomination and helped them become the first female rap act to go Platinum.  From commercials to clubs, ballrooms to bedrooms, “Push It” is one of the sexiest dance songs you can find.

26. “Our Queens (One Is Many, Many Are One)” by Daughters

Song Year: 2010

With this noise-punk blast, American rock band Daughters writes a blisteringly horny celebration of sexuality. Focusing on a woman sleeping her way around the world and the fleet of men waiting for their chance, it’s a high-octane and distorted anthem to desire.

27. “Lover I Don’t Have To Love” by Bright Eyes

Song Year: 2002

Sex doesn’t always have to be about love, and “Lover I Don’t Have To Love” by Bright Eyes is here to say that loudly. Hoping for a night of passion without having to develop feelings and attachment, the lyrics focus on addiction and casualness.

28. “First of May” by Jonathan Coulton

Song Year: 2003

Jonathan Coulton’s songs are primarily comedic, and “First of May” is no different. Singing about the arrival of summer, Coulton celebrates the arrival of the season for outdoor sex. Working through his contacts list, he finds his way to a naked picnic with the rest of the celebrating populace.

29. “The No Pants Dance” by TWRP

Song Year: TWRP

“The No Pants Dance” by Canadian rock band TWRP joins their collection of electronic bangers that fit every mood. An intriguing group, TWRP always performs in full costume. In this high-tempo single, the lyrics prioritize seduction as the singers groove their way towards nudity with their favorite dancing partner.

30. “Pour Some Sugar On Me” by Def Leppard

Song Year: 1987

Def Leppard’s “Pour Some Sugar On Me” is possibly one of the most sexual songs of its decade, and that’s saying something. The 80s mega-group ballad is a metaphor for sexual gratification, and it landed the English rock band at number two on the Billboard Hot 100. Filled with innuendos, it’s a sticky, sweet anthem to sexuality.

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