Girl forgets to turn off camera sexy
To pay tribute to the seductive singer and his timeless hit, we’re counting down the 50 Sexiest Songs of All Time.Of course, sexiness is in the eye of the beholder, and there’s a lot of accounting for taste here.This song works for meaningful romps only—so that heartstrings and limbs weave into an enchanting macrame, a sturdy rope that lassoes souls tightly together.Tom drums tumble to climax just shy of the three-minute mark—but for only a second, before cooling.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.“Your Legs Grow,” Nada Surf (2005) Matthew Caws’ voice is hot in your ear when he starts, “If you were here / Baby, we’d increase the dose / There was no fear in my room when we got close / Call me anytime you’ve got a ghost.” That’s a promise, and reliability like that is really hot.
Combine this with a steady, thumping beat and a series of sinister screeching echoes, and you’ve got one of LCD’s darker, sexier tracks, perfect for locking eyes across a smoky club.—Ryan Bort 46. ” Pulp (1994) To some degree, every ‘90s Pulp song is about sexual frustration or struggling against class. But Jarvis Cockergot to the heart of distorted sexual longing best on His ‘n Hers’ “Do You Remember the First Time?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.But the moment of ignition comes later: “You’re the only person in the world / I feel that way about / And if you move off to the side / I’ll get swept back out.” Those last lines my high-school boyfriend sang along into my ear, his breaths shallow, when we drove five hours to see Nada Surfshortly after The Weight Is A Gift dropped in 2005. “Freedom,” Jurassic 5 (2003) Most of the songs on this list are explicitly about love or sex in one way or another.“Freedom,” the second single from Jurassic 5’s 2003 album Power in Numbers is not—it’s about how precious freedom is in a world full of oppression—but its beat and slow burn are too inherently seductive to ignore.
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