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, Deep Purple
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First you pull and then you push
Two in the hand and one in the bush
Submitted by: Xs
I love her
I need her
I seed her
There's only one way a guy can "seed" a girl (well, more than one, but they all use the same male body part)...
Submitted by: kasumi
Do a little rock, do a little roll
Gonna have a party to save my soul
Bet you saved it. But what's even better, the working title of this song was 'Kneel And Pray' - a reference not to attending church, but to giving head! Someone at the EMI made the band change the title, but on the jubilee edition of 'DP In Rock' you can actually hear an engineer say 'Alright, gentlemen: Kneel And Pray, take one'
Submitted by: Marty
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