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, Janet Jackson
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All for You [Extra Track] album at Amazon.com
You on the rise as you're touchin' my thighs
And let me know what you like
If you like, I'll go down
Da down down down da down down
I'll hold you in my hand and baby
Your smooth and shiny feels so good against my lips, sugar
I want you so bad I can taste your love
Well, I used to LOVE this song when I was very young and did not live in North America. At the time, I didn't speak much English ( I was learning it in school), and as I was listening to the Janet album (still one of my favorites), I discovered I couldn't understand a single word in the song, except for maybe a couple words in the chorus. I loved the beat because I could make up dance routines to it. Since then, I've moved here and lived here for most of my life, and when I was about 14/15 and spoke English fluently, I suddenly realized what she was saying in the verses, and I was like 'Whooaaaaa...I was listening to that stuff when I was 8/9...Wow.' This verse is probably the 'nastiest' because of the oral sex reference, but at that age, I know I wouldn't understand what she meant, even if I could understand the words she was saying. I guess the song didn't corrupt me. ;-)
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