Some of the most popular songs from the 20th Century were written about or about the topic of sex. And we’re not talking just any old sex either. No, this is not the kind of thing you hear on a rap song. This is some of the most popular lyrics from songs about sex that all have at one point or another some sexual reference. The lyrics were made popular for no other reason than to get a laugh from a mass audience.
The subject of sex has always been controversial, but the lyrics of songs about sex have always been controversial. The fact is that almost all the most popular songs about sex have been written about sex. And not just any old sex either. Many of these songs are about sex that is both explicit and graphic.
So far in the music industry there are only about 30 songs about sex that are popular enough to get a record-breaking number of plays on the radio and over 100 songs that have gotten over 50 million plays on the radio. There are about 50 songs that have gotten more than 50 million plays on the radio which are popular enough to have gotten a number one hit on the Billboard charts.
I am quite certain that most people have heard at least some of the songs that make up this collection.
The reality is that when you think about it, every person has a song in their iTunes library. Most people have about 20 songs in their libraries that are worth downloading. Now, some of those songs are not really worth downloading, but most of the songs that are worth downloading are just good enough to have a decent chance at getting a hit in a major market.
What many of us have is a song that, when played in a bar, is enough to get people to start singing the lyrics and get them to dance. If we keep playing this song in bars, eventually we can get people to put on a dance-party in their living room. We don’t have to wait for a major market to start playing it. In fact, we can download it from iTunes and make it our own.
The first time I heard the song, it was on an episode of Saturday Night Live. The last time I heard it, it was on some other SNL episode. In both cases, the whole thing was on repeat. The only difference was that the song was on the radio, and I was drunk on SNL.
The song is a ballad about a guy who thinks he is too good for the world and too smart for himself. It’s a classic in the vein of The Beatles’ “Norwegian Wood.” The guy is so arrogant that he thinks that his opinion is enough to make him the perfect guy for the perfect girl and the perfect job.
For the most part, I love SNL. I have the first two seasons on DVD on our shelves. The third season has two episodes where they do a bit more of a musical number that I think works better with the show’s comedic timing.
That’s what makes SNL so great. Its like a musical soap opera, that takes you inside the heads of the characters and makes you laugh and cry and all the other emotions that go along with a soap opera. They never drag their heels and think that you are going to like them, they are always on your side.