10 Songs You Didn’t Know Were About Private Parts

by (@JordanRuntagh)

10 Songs About Private Parts

Throughout the course of pop music history, there have been an untold number of tunes that were obviously written about people’s “business.” Notable ones include Lil Wayne‘s “Lollipop,” Flo Rida‘s “Whistle Song,” Smoov-E‘s “Attack of the 8-Inch Donkey,” and Mozart‘s “The Magic Flute” (that’s what it was about, right?). But some song-smiths were a bit sneakier about the whole thing and buried the true meaning a little deeper. We guess they enjoyed the secret perv-y delight that we were all unknowingly singing along to an anthem about their privates. Well played, folks. For 10 of the most surprising displays of musical exhibitionism, let’s take things downstairs…

10. “My Ding-A-Ling” by Chuck Berry (1970)

Lyrical Proof: “My ding a ling, my ding a ling/
I want you to play with my ding a ling”

The godfather of rock’s only number one, BBC officials tried to ban this song about Chuck’s favorite “toy,” consisting of silver bells hanging from a string. Something about the crowd singing along makes the whole thing so much creepier.


9. “Sugar Walls” by Sheena Easton (1984) 

Lyrical Proof: “Blood races to your private spots/
Let me know there’s a fire/
You can’t fight passion when passion is hot/
Temperatures rise inside my sugar walls”

It should be no surprise that sexy MF-er Prince wrote this steamy pop confection, which made it onto the Parents Music Resource Center’s “Filthy Fifteen” list!


8. “Monster” by Fred Schneider (1983)

Lyrical Proof: “There’s a monster in my pants/
And it does a nasty dance/
When it moves in and out/
Everybody starts to shout”

This one by the B-52s hype man makes us want to re-examine the true meaning of “Rock Lobster”…


7. “Heart-Shaped Box” by Nirvana (1993)

Lyrical Proof: “Broken hymen of your highness I’m left back/
Throw down your umbilical noose so I can climb right back”

Just in case we didn’t get the metaphors, Kurt Cobain’s widow Courtney Love tweeted these helpful hints to Lana Del Rey after she covered the In Utero track. “You do know the song is about my Vagina right? ‘Throw down your umbilical noose so i can climb right back,’ ummm…So umm next time you sing it, think about my vagina will you?”


6. “Hot Dog And A Shake” by David Lee Roth (1988)

Lyrical Proof: “A hot dog and a shake/
That’s what you’re hungry for/
A hot dog and a shake/
My stomch’s makin’ noise/
We’re having dinner late/
’cause I gotta be kept/
In a cool dry place/
Just like any bowl of cherries/
When the cream is risin’ to the top”

We personally love drive-ins and diners, so we can totally relate to craving a hot dog and a shake! For the longest time we just thought that Dave shared similar dreams of a Happy Days-themed Friday night. But then we got older and realized that we were sorely mistaken.

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