Sometimes a song you hear for the first time, is innocent and sweet sounding. Then you listen closer to the lyrics, and realize
it's talking about stuff you didn't realize. Double-entendres help disguise the filthiest of songs.
Dirty Songs You Didn't Know Were Dirty, Breaking Benjamin
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'Shut up, smart little b*tch, I don't need lies.'
'I don't care what you want, I just want mine.'
'Get up, force it to fit, confined inside.'
And so he has decided to rape her...honestly. Encouraging domestic violence against women, eh? Tsk tsk.
Submitted by: Lucky
'My polyamorous friend
he got me in a mess of trouble again'
'just stay away from the white light
I'd say your worst side's your best side'
Well I've always sort of aligned the song as a little dirty after all it does SEEM to be about getting in trouble as the result of a fling. But I have a couple of friends that love this song and totally throw my view out the window. I dunno, I just started realizing that polyamorous friend was probably a metaphor for his appendage and well most guys' I know are lead around by their penis and reason tends to go out the window when it's awake. Then getting to the line about the white light and your worst side. It sounds like it's about what happens after a guy has an orgasm and suddenly realization of what they've done and guilt comes into play. And if the song didn't have those metaphors it'd be bit more dirty. But Yeah, it's dirty because of that.
Submitted by: Jungian Freud
The colors blind your virgin eyes
I'm so inclined to make you mine
He wants to take her virginity.
Submitted by: sXe LeXi 5X2
I love your face, just get away
I'm on my knees, f**k you, f**k me
This goes without explaining.
Submitted by: carly_carlz
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