69 Best Songs About Sex

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31. “Double Team” by Tenacious D

Song Year: 2001

Tenacious D is no stranger to sexual tracks, but “Double Team” hits the mark more than most. The American comedy rock duo consists of actors Jack Black and Kyle Gass, and the lyrics to this song depict the song title. Throughout the track, the singers describe their plan for a sexual encounter in which they share a woman.

32. “Caress Me Down” by Sublime

Song Year: 1996

“Caress Me Down” by Sublime is sung in English and Spanish, but you don’t need to be bilingual to know just how sexual this track is. The song tells a story about a boy in Mexico and his relationships with women. Sublime never released the song as a single, but it still garnered a lot of radio time.

33. “Monstrance Clock” by Ghost

Song Year: 2013

“Monstrance Clock” by the Swedish rock band Ghost isn’t seductive on the surface, but if you have a taste for metal, your playlist isn’t complete without it. The song literally celebrates the female orgasm with a hefty dose of devil worship. Once you’ve lowered the lights, it’s as easy as following the band’s instructions.

34. “Take Off Your Pants” by Planet Booty

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Song Year: 2014

Planet Booty’s “Take Off Your Pants” is more than a request; it’s a soulful demand. The song begins with the musical trio giving a list of compliments to a female. Through the building instrumentation and stunning vocals, the band is practically pleading by the end, with an entire brass section to back them up.

35. “FYI I Wanna F Your A” by Ninja Sex Party

Song Year: 2013

Could a list of the best songs about sex be made without a band named Ninja Sex Party? Nearly all of their songs are sexual, but “FYI I Wanna F Your A” is about as blunt as you can get. Comedically written, the entire track is initialisms and innuendo, though it’s more likely to get you laughing than moaning.

36. “Jigolo Har Megiddo” by Ghost

Song Year: 2013

Ghost makes our songs about sex list for the second time with “Jigolo Har Megiddo.” These lyrics are less obvious and filled with innuendos and metaphors. The song is about lust and the melody follows the well-endowed devil impregnating as many women as possible.

37. “Tommy the Cat” by Primus

Song Year: 1989

American rock band Primus joins our list with their single “Tommy the Cat.” Much more groovy and bass-heavy than other tracks, the song follows the titular character’s story. We see Tommy trying to find a night in bed with the most beautiful cat in the alley, seducing her through his reputation and song.

38. “Pull My Hair” by Bright Eyes

Song Year: 1998

Bright Eyes also joins our list for a second time with “Pull My Hair.” This song is more carnally sexual than “Lover I Don’t Have To Love,” seen earlier on the list. These lyrics feature the singer asking his lover to be rough and vicious with him so that he can feel desired. It’s physical, dirty, and just a touch bittersweet.

39. “Moon Song” by Phoebe Bridgers

Song Year: 2020

“Moon Song” by Phoebe Bridgers isn’t explicitly about sex, but there’s no shortage of mentions on the track. Bridgers, an American indie rock singer and songwriter, opens by carrying her lover home and ending up with a tongue down her throat. It's a quiet testament to desire with stripped-back instrumentals and a soothing voice.

40. “Desperate Guys” by The Faint

Song Year: 2004

American rock band The Faint has no shortage of sexual tracks, but “Desperate Guys” is one of the loudest. Singing on desperation and frustration, the narrator decides to keep his desires secret to avoid appearing pathetic.

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