5 Dirty Songs Every Dude Needs in His Music Library
A man thinks about sex every six seconds. A man sings about sex every twenty seconds. Neither of those statements can be verified. Let's assume they are true.
A good dirty song can always brighten up a crappy day, awful workout or date going nowhere. The song doesn't even have to be that explicit -- it's just got to be catchy and possibly talk about a man's genitals or fellatio.
Here are five dirty songs that every dude should own. If you want to add to the list, leave your choice in the comments.
'Big Balls' is the third song off AC/DC's album 'Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap', the third studio album from the Australian rock gods. The song title is a sexual play on words and the lyrics are supposed to be describing a cocktail ball. There are obviously double meanings to the lyrics. The band was heavily influenced by the lyrics and music of Chuck Berry, who often wrote highly suggestive lyrics but presented them playfully as to not offend.
Who doesn't love a good tune that's probably about penis? 'My Ding-a-Ling' is a novelty song written and originally recorded by band leader Dave Bartholomew. Chuck Berry covered the song in 1972 and it was Berry's only number one single on the pop charts in the United States.
"I'll take you to the candy shop. I'll let you lick the lollipop." Would that line actually work on a woman? Only if you're 50 Cent. 'Candy Shop' reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 in 2005 and was 50 Cent's third number one single, fifth solo top-ten single, and seventh overall top-ten single.
Written by Queen guitarist Brian May, 'Fat Bottom Girls' is featured on the band's 1978 album 'Jazz'. The song is an ode to big butted ladies across the world and has been covered by countless artists over the years. This proves that the world does love a girl with a big rump.
The sexiest song about an animal ever. Wait, it's not about an actual pony? So no pony rides? Color us disappointed but the first single off R&B singer Ginuwine's 1996 album 'The Bachelor' sure make a girl want to go for a ride. Guess she'll have to settle for the pony in our pants. The song reached number six on the Billboard Hot 100 charts in November, 1996.