Everyone knows that having sex for the first time is pretty much the most important moment of your life. Hahaha, jkkk y’all. It’s usually pretty awkward and hilarious and (occasionally) humiliating. Or so we’ve heard. But that hasn’t stopped it the being romanticized in tons of classic songs over the years! Usually in a way that thoroughly creeps us out…From Rod Stewart to AC/DC, Lyfe Jennings and the great Vanessa Carlton, you’ll never forget THESE musical first times.
15. “Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow” by The Shirelles (1960)
Choice Line: “‘Is this a lasting treasure/Or just a moment’s pleasure? Can I believe the magic of your sighs?/ Will you still love me tomorrow?”
14. “Squealer” by AC/DC (1976)
Choice Line: “She said she’d never been, never been touched before/She said she’d never been, this far before”
13. “Go All The Way” by The Raspberries (1972)
Choice Line: “I never knew how complete love could be/Till she kissed me and said,/“Baby, please go all the way/It feels so right being with you here tonight”