- reaction of a friend’s daughter, eldest of three, upon learning the facts of life
But old-time songs say otherwise. Their references may not be explicit, but they’re quite clear.
Go together like a horse and carriage.
Dad was told by mother,
You can't have one
You can't have none.
You can't have one without the other.
Many of these I've never heard of, but here is a list of songs that
"you never knew were about sex."
I've only heard five of K's songs Guess sexually oriented music isn't my style.
From the ones I know there, I'd say that a couple are more in the eye (possibly the ear) of the beholder than present in the actual lyrics.
"No man but a blockhead ever wrote except for money." Samuel Johnson.
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How about sexy Xmas lyrics:
Oh, come all ye faithful.
Don we now our gay apparel.
I saw Mommy kissing Santa Claus.
Joy to the world, the Lord is come.
When a lassie meets a laddie coming through the rye.
She;ll be coming round the mountain when she comes.
Mine eyes have seen....the coming of the Lord.
This seems tangential.
Pathetic that a bakery store uses computer editing - but even more pathetic that bakers followed computer's orders...
Computer: "Roll over. Sit up. Good boy."
During an Olympics, a runner was named Gay and one paper had a policy not to use "gay" but instead use a euphemism. So when Mr. Gay won his event the headline was Homosexual wins 400-meters.
It reminds me of autocorrect. Is it really true, Proof, or an urban myth?