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The 50 best sex songs

The 50 best sex songs of all time

Set the mood with the greatest sex songs ever written.

Written by
Andy Kryza
Written by
Sophie Harris

Musicians find their muses in many places, from the cities they adore to the loves of their lives. But when a musician has sex on their mind, things get extra hot. The 50 songs below are perfectly calibrated to make temperatures rise: You’ll find pop stars getting naughty, R&B singers offering roadmaps to lovemaking, sweaty rock anthems and hip hop bops for the boudoir. Consider date night’s soundtrack queued up – we’ll leave the mood lighting to you.

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‘Let’s Get It On’ by Marvin Gaye
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1. ‘Let’s Get It On’ by Marvin Gaye

Not many artists could have claimed as many potential positions on this list as Marvin Gaye, who made a steady sideline in ministering sexual healing. But arguably, this indelible 1973 ballad started the ball rolling, turning a page from the social consciousness of ‘What’s Going On’ to more carnal concerns. Fact: There is no sexier guitar lick in existence than the one that starts this tune.

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‘Love to Love You Baby’ by Donna Summer
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2. ‘Love to Love You Baby’ by Donna Summer

When Eurodisco pioneer Giorgio Moroder famously asked the late Donna Summer to simulate throes of ecstasy for this trendsetting 1975 slab of taboo, the devoutly churchy singer initially demurred – then faked an estimated 22 orgasms for the track, inspiring millions to follow her lead. Time promptly dubbed her ‘The Queen of Love’; nowadays we’d surely be less discreet.

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‘The Sweetest Taboo’ by Sade
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3. ‘The Sweetest Taboo’ by Sade

In this 1984 hit, Sade innocently sings, ‘Sometimes I think you’re just too good for me / Every day is Christmas, and every night is New Year’s Eve’. Sade, just give it up. We all know what ‘New Year’s’ in this scenario entails. Between the London singer’s sultry voice and the sexy, Spanish-influenced melody, ‘The Sweetest Taboo’ is a serious no-brainer when it comes to having a heart-thumping, sizzlingly hot time.

‘Untitled (How Does It Feel?)’ by D’Angelo
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4. ‘Untitled (How Does It Feel?)’ by D’Angelo

Coupled with soul man D’Angelo’s extraordinary songwriting chops, and an exquisitely chiseled body, the video for ‘Untitled’ is almost too much to watch; the singer is naked as far as the eye can see, and he licks his lips as he sings the song’s refrain (he was thinking of his grandma’s home cooking, he maintains). Besides winning sexiest video on this list, the song is also a contender for most delicious-unbearable musical climax. Press play, and you’ll see what we mean.

‘Pull Up to the Bumper’ by Grace Jones
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5. ‘Pull Up to the Bumper’ by Grace Jones

In 2008, disco-era power androgyne Grace Jones claimed in an interview that ‘Pull Up to the Bumper’ had nothing whatsoever to do with sex. Yeah, right: nothing to be read into her helpful suggestion that a bit of lubrication might be required to get that oversize stretch limo through the back door. Meanwhile, the song’s possessive thump got everyone ready for some grease-monkeying around. 

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‘Montero (Call Me By Your Name)’ by Lil Nas X
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6. ‘Montero (Call Me By Your Name)’ by Lil Nas X

Lil Nas X became a star with ‘Old Town Road,’ but he became an icon with ‘Montero,’ a sexually explosive hookup anthem for the ages. Even without Nas' highly provocative live performances, the dancehall-flavored jam drips with raw energy: ‘I'm not fazed, only here to sin/If Eve ain't in your garden, you know that you can/call me when you want/call me when you need…’ It's an anytime come-hither for the ages, served up on an exceedingly steamy platter.

‘Do You Mind?’ by The XX
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7. ‘Do You Mind?’ by The XX

Lifted from The XX’s debut EP Islands (2009), ‘Do You Mind?’ finds the chic Putney trio in stunningly sensual form. Originally a bubblegum dance track by Crazy Cousinz and Kyla, here the tune gets The XX treatment – and then some. With Jamie Smith’s slow, pounding beats and Romy Madley Croft and Oliver Sim’s winding guitar riffs and smoky voices, part of the charm of ‘Do You Mind?’ is how polite its lyrics sound, given the fluid ease of the song. To answer that question, we don’t mind… at all.

‘French Kiss’ by Lil Louis
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8. ‘French Kiss’ by Lil Louis

Produced by Chicago house icon Lil Louis in 1989, ‘French Kiss’ was hardly the first song to blend orgasmic female moaning and dance beats – but the track was probably the first to do so over stark, rat-a-tat drum-machine rhythms and acidic synths, resulting in something more akin to a backroom bang session than a romantic tryst in a four-poster bed. The pay-off: about halfway through, the tempo slows to a lascivious crawl and stops dead in its tracks, before slowly regaining its composure, in a succinct aural imitation of la petit mort.

‘Je T’Aime… Moi Non Plus’ by Serge Gainsbourg
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9. ‘Je T’Aime… Moi Non Plus’ by Serge Gainsbourg

You may think you don’t know this song, but you do – oh, you do. The fiendishly rude-sounding bassline, the nearly-cheesy-but-actually-genius organ riff and then the whispered, orgasmic crooning… ‘Je T’Aime’ is Sexy Song 101. Gallic goat Serge Gainsbourg really was doing the nasty with English rose Jane Birkin in the studio. It so scandalised and titillated the prudish BBC that they banned the song – which, of course, only added to its appeal.

‘Justify My Love’ by Madonna
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10. ‘Justify My Love’ by Madonna

Funny, isn’t it, how Madonna’s ‘Erotica’ was everything but erotic, yet ‘Justify My Love’ is so sexy, it could make you blush if it came on your iPod on the train. Such is the mystery of Madonna, and we won’t question it – merely take time to enjoy that insistent drum loop, the tentative string arrangements (the musical equivalent of a wandering hand), and whatever was really going on between Madonna and guest vocalist Lenny Kravitz at the time. Oh, and one more word: video.

‘Wicked Game’ by Chris Isaak
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11. ‘Wicked Game’ by Chris Isaak

Ear porn. Actually, the video for ‘Wicked Game’ is visually titillating too, featuring Isaak romping on the beach with topless supermodel Helena Christensen – but sonically, this 1990 hit exudes lust from hypnotic start to finish. With its velvety guitar melody, silky coolness and sensual, oh-so-soft vocals, no other song about doomed love has fueled more steamy sexxxions. And that dreamy last line? Congratulations, Mr Isaak: ‘Wicked Game’ is a winner. 

 ‘Lady Marmalade’ by LaBelle
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12.  ‘Lady Marmalade’ by LaBelle

Few songs have thrown a spotlight on streetwalking the way this chart-topping 1974 smash did… and none made you want to get down (or learn to speak French) more. Cover versions have proliferated, but only Patti, Sarah and Nona deliver the real goods. All together now: ‘Voulez-vous coucher avec moi ce soir?’

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‘I Just Wanna Make Love to You’ by Etta James
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13. ‘I Just Wanna Make Love to You’ by Etta James

Issued on her 1961 debut album ‘At Last!’, Etta James’s impossibly honest blues tune revealed a lot about her spirit: swinging, slinky and sassy. It also showed that she was a woman who knew what she wanted. Upon its release, the song immediately shot to the top of the charts; we can only imagine that the soul diva got exactly what she wanted in the bedroom, too. 

‘Friendly Skies’ by Missy Elliott
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14. ‘Friendly Skies’ by Missy Elliott

In the ’90s, Ginuwine was the R&B king of getting freaky, and to our ears, his greatest moment is this duet with hip hop’s queen sauce, Missy Elliott. The song’s metaphor is pleasingly out-there – they’re on a plane, Missy’s the stewardess, Ginuwine’s the passenger. ‘Feel the turbulence, and maintain’, coos Missy, ‘Please refrain / Stay in your seat / Until we reach the peak’. The song flutters, grinds and swoons its way to R&B bliss.

‘Sexy MF’ by Prince
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15. ‘Sexy MF’ by Prince

Prince’s credentials as the King of Hump were a thing of public record long before he uncorked this sultry scorcher of a track in 1992. The lyrics and delivery epitomise Prince’s libidinous swagger, and the rapped vocals are among his least embarrassing hip hop attempts; best of all is a killer groove that assures you Prince can keep it up all night long. 

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‘I Feel It Coming’ by The Weekend featuring Daft Punk
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16. ‘I Feel It Coming’ by The Weekend featuring Daft Punk

Never one for subtlety, it’s not too hard to figure out what exactly the Weeknd feels is nigh – especially coupled with likes like ‘I can feel that body shake, and the heat between your legs.’ But this song, with a Daft Punk backup, proves that you can get as nasty as you want and still keep things sensual as hell so long as you have the right groove.

‘Soft as Snow (But Warm Inside)’ by My Bloody Valentine
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17. ‘Soft as Snow (But Warm Inside)’ by My Bloody Valentine

Indie kids need sexy songs too – as proved by this track from shoegaze forefathers My Bloody Valentine, on the band’s seminal (sorry) 1988 album, ‘Isn’t Anything’. ‘Soft as snow but warm inside, penetrate then we divide…’ All in the name of art, naturally.

‘Red Light Special’ by TLC
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18. ‘Red Light Special’ by TLC

One of the slickest retro hits by the queens of '90s silk, ‘Red Light Special’ isn't exactly subtle when it comes to its intent: ‘Baby it's yours, all yours If you want it tonight/ Just come through my door, take off my clothes, and turn on the red light,’ T-Boz, Chili and Left Eye croon in harmony over a laid-back porno-funk groove written by Babyface. Clearly, they were taking the middle part of CrazySexyCool very seriously.

‘Do Right Woman, Do Right Man’ by Aretha Franklin
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19. ‘Do Right Woman, Do Right Man’ by Aretha Franklin

Has the Queen of Soul ever sounded more desirable than when she opens this ballad with the eternal couplet, ‘Take me to heart / And I’ll always love you’? Over the kind of slow-burn groove that has inspired bedroom moves for decades, Aretha sings of intense desire… but don’t you dare forget to respect her while you work your moves. 

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‘Lay It Down’ by Al Green
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20. ‘Lay It Down’ by Al Green

How could we run a list like this and not feature the Reverend Al? A man whose music has soundtracked nigh on four decades of baby-making, and who now marries lovestruck couples in his own chapel. We decided to skip the gorgeous but sad ‘How Can You Mend a Broken Heart’ and first-dance anthem ‘Let’s Stay Together’ in favor of this straight-up invitation, from the Rev’s 2008 album of the same name, produced by The Roots’ Questlove.

‘WAP’ by Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion
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21. ‘WAP’ by Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion

A song that caused a seismic amount of pearl clutching, ‘WAP’ is a glorious, raunchy celebration of feminine sexuality, and hilarious to boot. It’s not just the extremely graphic turns of phrase – ‘grab a bucket and a mop,’ ‘macaroni in a pot’ – that caused the prudes to sweat: It’s the fact that two women invaded the sexualised world of hip hop and explained in extreme detail what they want in bed (hint: ‘not a garden snake’). The song slaps. So do the stars’ partners, apparently. 

‘I Want Your Sex’ by George Michael
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22. ‘I Want Your Sex’ by George Michael

After George Michael quit squeaky clean ’80s boyband Wham!, he went on a sexual rampage with ‘School’s out forever!’-style zeal and enthusiasm. The album ‘Faith’ (1987) featured Michael sniffing his own armpit on the cover, and opened with this funky gem – which finds Michael’s signature growl at its peak: ‘C-c-c-c’mon!’. He also makes his request in the plainest possible terms: ‘Have sex with me!’ – which we appreciate. 

‘Climax’ by Usher
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23. ‘Climax’ by Usher

One thing you can count on with Usher is consistency: two decades into his career, the slick singer is still releasing songs as titillating as, say, ‘Bad Girl’. His single ‘Climax’ dropped on Valentine’s Day 2012, and it’s as surefire a soundtrack for horizontal listening as his earlier hits; according to Diplo, Usher proposed the idea of ‘tak[ing] the strip club to the stadium’ with its production. And with that dead sexy falsetto and wax-melting grooves, you can hear it.

‘La Femme d’Argent’ by Air
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24. ‘La Femme d’Argent’ by Air

From Zero 7 to Massive Attack, electronic musicians are no strangers to the power of lush dreamscapes. But none have used them to as sensual effect as Air, especially on this eternal sex jam, from the French duo’s space-pop debut, ‘Moon Safari’. Languorous, smooth and breathless – this is easy listening made precisely for staying in bed all day.

‘Ooh La La’ by Goldfrapp
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25. ‘Ooh La La’ by Goldfrapp

Sometimes you just want to get it on without all the responsibilities and romance that come with a relationship. At least, that’s what Alison Goldfrapp wants in her sultry disco-dance number; all poetic lovemaking aside, the commanding songstress coos poutily, ‘I don’t want it Baudelaire, just glitter lust’. And that, ladies and gents, is what booty calls are for.

‘S&M’ by Rihanna
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26. ‘S&M’ by Rihanna

The naughty princess of pop croons admissions that would make Hugh Hefner blush in her anthem to kinky sex; Riri’s pulsating dance track flirts with bondage and sub-dom play, and its candid appreciation of bad behavior saw the track banned in 11 countries.

‘I Feel You’ by Depeche Mode
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27. ‘I Feel You’ by Depeche Mode

For a band that often sang about the kinkier side of sex – both ‘Master and Servant’ and ‘Strangelove’ embrace S&M elements – this 1993 track is fairly tame. But the combination of frontman Dave Gahan’s deep, sultry baritone and the propulsive backing track makes it sound far dirtier (and therefore hotter) than any of the band’s previous work.

‘Need You Tonight’ by INXS
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28. ‘Need You Tonight’ by INXS

Crowds screamed for INXS frontman Michael Hutchence, who was associated with a bevvy of famous beauties in his 1980s heyday. Hutchence’s allure is in the way he sings – 100 percent – like he means it. On the Aussie rocker’s finest moment, ‘Need You Tonight’, he begins the song sighing, ‘All we’ve got is this moment’, as if the world really is about to end. And then: ‘There’s something about you girl, that makes me sweat’. Ladies, take a deep breath. 

‘Thinkin Bout You’ by Frank Ocean
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29. ‘Thinkin Bout You’ by Frank Ocean

There’s little direct allusion to sex in this minimal Frank Ocean masterwork, perhaps the highlight of his widely swooned-over Channel Orange album. But that lighters-in-the-air falsetto in the chorus and the brief stunner of a bridge – ‘You know you were my first time / A new feel’ – make this a boudoir ballad for the ages. What’s a bigger turn-on, after all, than knowing you’ve been on your lover’s mind?

‘Video Phone’ by Beyoncé
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30. ‘Video Phone’ by Beyoncé

If you’ve ever dreamed of Lady B paying a visit to your chamber, switch on this I Am... Sasha Fierce single, in which the singer laces her firm come-ons with plentiful coital oohs and ahhs. Let them inspire your own chorus of moans. 

‘Doin’ It’ by LL Cool J
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31. ‘Doin’ It’ by LL Cool J

Perhaps the hip hop king of sexytime rhymes, LL Cool J created a New York tale of interborough romance that values stamina over subtlety in regards to getting busy. Sweating, screaming, spanking: LL and Leshaun are no doubt going to make it last – doin’ it and doin’ it and doin’ it well…

‘I Touch Myself’ by Divinyls
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32. ‘I Touch Myself’ by Divinyls

Subtle as a flying hammer, this 1991 leftfield hit made a one-hit wonder of Australian post-punk band Divinyls, assisted by Christina Amphlett’s grainy come-hither mewl. A kind of sex-positive feminist manifesto? Perhaps, but let’s face it, the bountiful cleavage Amphlett shared with the world in the song’s video surely inspired plenty of men to take her message in hand… er, to heart. 

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‘Closer’ by Nine Inch Nails
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33. ‘Closer’ by Nine Inch Nails

You might remember it as a vintage-industrial keepsake, but Trent Reznor’s 1994 hit is actually an X-rated funk masterpiece in disguise. That infamous ‘I want to fuck you like an animal’ chorus flies only because the beat underneath it – famously simulated by a pumping heart in the video – feels so stubbornly sensual. 

‘F.E.E.L.I.N.G.C.A.L.L.E.D.L.O.V.E.’ by Pulp
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34. ‘F.E.E.L.I.N.G.C.A.L.L.E.D.L.O.V.E.’ by Pulp

Sex is an indelible part of the Britpop heroes’ oeuvre, but Jarvis Cocker often addresses the subject in a way that’s rather unnerving. (See the entirety of 1998’s This Is Hardcore.) This song, from Pulp’s 1995 breakthrough, Different Class, is no exception, as Cocker sings about missing the sensation of sleeping with a former lover. Cocker sings in his signature low purr over a slinky drumbeat and pulsating bassline, eventually building up to an explosive, altogether satisfying climax. 

‘212’ by Azealia Banks
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35. ‘212’ by Azealia Banks

People say that the modern era lacks subtlety, and to an extent they’re right. But what Azealia Banks’s filthy anthem lacks in sophistication, it more than makes up for in out-and-out joy. While Banks starts out suggesting you lick her plum in the evening, the song builds to its climax, with the MC declaring, ‘I guess that cu*t gettin’ eaten!’

‘34+35’ by Ariana Grande
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36. ‘34+35’ by Ariana Grande

Any lingering Mousketeer innocence completely evaporated when Ariana Grande dropped Positions, a 14-track tribute to tussling between the sheets. Grande found a deliciously naughty hit in the form of this peppy confection, in which the singer sunnily croons about drinking coffee and eating healthy in order to prepare for a marathon all-nighter that would leave even Sting with neck cramps. The centerpiece carnal act? Well, do the math. (Nice!)

‘Feel Like Makin’ Love’ by Roberta Flack
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37. ‘Feel Like Makin’ Love’ by Roberta Flack

In no way related to the slightly cheesy Bad Company song, this 1974 tune is quite simple: Flack describes moments that inspire an amorous mood, including after walking through a park and while sitting in a restaurant. But her soulful delivery sells it – she coos each line as one lover might to another just before heading to the bedroom.

‘Fade Into You’ by Mazzy Star
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38. ‘Fade Into You’ by Mazzy Star

From the opening bars, lazy Dylanesque strumming and slide-guitar moans suggest a warm, lazy summer afternoon. Then Hope Sandoval starts singing, her breathy insinuation suggestive and vulnerable at once. The music curls and stretches, and all you can think about is merging with your object of desire.

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‘Relax’ by Frankie Goes to Hollywood
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39. ‘Relax’ by Frankie Goes to Hollywood

Would the BBC never learn that banning a song would merely guarantee its success? When cheesy disc jockey Mike Read realised what ‘Relax’ was about, midway through playing the song in 1984 – it must’ve been all the squelching and thudding, or perhaps the chorus, ‘Relax, don’t do it, when you wanna come’ – he took the needle right off the record. The Beeb banned the song, which then became the fourth-biggest-selling single in British history. 

‘Jeepster’ by T Rex
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40. ‘Jeepster’ by T Rex

What seems at first like a squeaky-clean seduction gradually turns lascivious – okay, downright depraved – in the hands of glam-meister extraordinaire Marc Bolan, who hisses ‘I’m gonna suck ya!’ at his would-be conquest, after declaring himself ‘a vampire for your love’. Grab your partner in kink and play along.

‘Rock the Boat’ by Aaliyah
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41. ‘Rock the Boat’ by Aaliyah

Aalyiah's sultry slow jam is basically the sex-song equivalent of ‘Cha Cha Slide,’ except instead of ‘move to the left, move to the right,’ the late singer implores the listener ‘rock the boat… work the middle… stroke it for me… change positions.’ It’s a sizzling instructional that puts the singer in the ultimate position of power: Aaliyah is the captain now.

‘Freak Me’ by Silk
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42. ‘Freak Me’ by Silk

A sumptuously specific jolt of raw sexuality that leaves ‘90s kids blushing 30 years on, Silk’s all-timer of a sex song is basically the opposite of Boyz II Men’s brand of romance-novel lovemaking. The group puts it all up front in the chorus: ‘Let me lick you up and down till you say stop/Let me play with your body, baby, make you real hot.’ Then the song doubles down over the smooth R&B groove, ‘cuz tonight baby, I’m gonna get freaky with you.’ As far as statements of intent go, give Silk credit for laying it all on the table. 

‘Body Party’ by Ciara
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43. ‘Body Party’ by Ciara

‘My body is your party, nobody’s invited but you,’ Ciara purrs on this old-school ‘90s-style slow jam before upping the ante with the promise of a multi-round, all-night rager . As far as party invitations go, the singer makes this one exceedingly hard to decline.

‘You’re Making Me High’ by Toni Braxton
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44. ‘You’re Making Me High’ by Toni Braxton

The ‘90s ballad queen shed the vulnerability put forth in songs like ‘Unbreak My Heart’ with this retro futuristic R&B staple produced by the era’s reigning kings of bedroom grooves, Babyface and Bryce Wilson. ‘You make my temperature rise,” Braxton rails, stretching ‘rise’ out for a seductively long time and tipping the mercury for anyone within earshot. 

‘Rocks Off’ by The Rolling Stones
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45. ‘Rocks Off’ by The Rolling Stones

When your mom tells you how sexy Mick Jagger was – yeah, and Keith Richards, too – it’s this that she’s talking about. Exile on Main St (1972) is the Stones’ loosest, jammiest, dirtiest record, and ‘Rocks Off’ is its greatest expression of joy (and intent, come to think of it).

‘Why Don’t We Do It in the Road?’ by The Beatles
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46. ‘Why Don’t We Do It in the Road?’ by The Beatles

Reportedly inspired by a seconds-long instance of monkey sex that Paul McCartney witnessed on the streets in India, ‘Why Don’t We Do It in the Road?’ is one of the goofiest songs in the Beatles catalogue. Still, Macca’s increasingly unhinged performance – featuring that classic Little Richard-style yowl midway through – gets you thinking seriously about shedding those, shall we say, inhibitions, and encouraging your partner to do the same. 

‘Worked Up So Sexual’ by The Faint
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47. ‘Worked Up So Sexual’ by The Faint

On their second album, Blank-Wave Arcade, the Omaha electropunk band tackled sex on a number of songs: ‘Sex Is Personal,’ ‘Casual Sex,’ etc. But this track is by far the most arousing, with a frenetic, synth-driven beat that all but encourages you to bump and grind with the person next to you on the dance floor. 

‘Have Love, Will Travel’ by The Sonics
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48. ‘Have Love, Will Travel’ by The Sonics

The Seattle garage rockers were barely out of their teens when they recorded this loins-burning Richard Berry cover. The seething postadolescent hormones come through in Gerry Roslie’s unchained howl as well as the song’s honking sax solo (a sturdy backbeat also helps, for practical reasons). 

‘Devil in a New Dress’ by Kanye West
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49. ‘Devil in a New Dress’ by Kanye West

Rapping over a sped-up soul sample, Kanye sounds like his College Dropout self on this My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy standout. Typical Yeezy, subtlety takes a back seat (see the hook: ‘We ain’t married but tonight I need some consummation’). But a roomy back seat is where the lush production and syrupy strings sound best. Jesus is King this ain’t.

‘Fuck the Pain Away’ by Peaches
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50. ‘Fuck the Pain Away’ by Peaches

Perhaps the best-known song by Canadian provocateur, this electronic bop isn't exactly a tribute to the gentler side of lovemaking. It’s a sweaty, tonge-in-cheek ode to sex as a means of forgetting your woes, sung in a deranged combination of a schoolyard rhyme, health PSA and an aggressive electro-rap riot. 


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