Tracks That Should Never Be Played During Sexual Activity

10 Tracks That Should Never Be Played During Sexual Activity

Indeed, music is what keeps the world turning, and it can do the same for you—especially in the bedroom. However, it’s important to be mindful of the tracks that should never be played during sexual activity. You’ll understand what I’m talking about if you’ve ever had a very intense, passionate, and sensual sex session with some serious, Lana-Del-Rey-level undertones, only to have the mood spoiled by an inappropriate song.

In my opinion, it’s fantastic to have melodies accompanying your intimate moments. Although certain tracks are enjoyable during such encounters, some must be dodged entirely. The majority of these tunes are dreadful and should never grace our ears again. Full stop.

The Worst Music to Play During Sex

You should never, ever play these tunes in the bedroom unless you want your lover to run away faster than a speeding bullet.

Baby Got Back by Sir Mix A Lot.

Reasons to avoid playing this music are probably self-evident. Everyone knows the words to this one “rap song,” so it’s a safe bet to play it at weddings and other public occasions.

Avoid listening to this song unless you enjoy being reminded that your body does not conform to the ideal of 36-24-36. Nicki Minaj incorporated this in her song Anaconda, which is why this music is not sexually alluring.

Elvis Presley’s “Suspicious Minds”

It’s common knowledge that everyone here adores Elvis since he truly is the king. As was widely speculated, Elvis was a major phallic symbol. Just look at that face; he’s still a dreamboat. But, as he was performing, most of his songs took on a seductive quality.

But of all the songs to play when getting nasty, don’t choose the one that’s about cheating! Playing music that says exactly what’s on your mind could make your significant other wonder if you’re attempting to be more honest.

The Brady Bunch theme song

There is amazing TV theme music, and then there are some that sound like something your little sister would listen to. One of the songs would be this one. No one is interested in hearing about Brady, the man and his many children, or how he married a woman who already had a large family.

The first two lyrics of this song have “family-friendly fun” written all over them, guaranteeing that they will put a damper on your mood.

Afternoon Delight by Starland Vocal Band

Most people nowadays may recognize this song from the movie Anchorman starring Will Ferrell, although it actually dates back to 1975.

In order to clarify, I’ll just paraphrase something Todd Nathanson stated in 2011: “Very, very seldom do you have a popular song that, in retrospect, pretty much everyone believes was utterly dreadful… There has never been a more unexciting sex song in the history of the universe.

Madonna’s “Like a Virgin”

Our girls like Madonna, and this song is a staple in our playlist. If you don’t really adore this tune, at the very least, you have a love-hate relationship with it. It was a huge smash when Madonna first released it, and it gave young women everywhere the confidence to embrace their inner “virgin.”

Despite the song’s popularity, no man you’re having sex with wants to hear about the time you were a virgin and experienced physical contact for the first time. If you’re doing something sexual with a man and you start singing this song out loud, which you will inevitably do if it’s playing since you can’t help but sing to this song, you’ll merely remind him of the time you were a virgin and set his mind racing with who knows what. To be on the safe side, I suggest you skip this tune.

Marilyn Manson

If you and your sex partner aren’t both into strange sh*t, you shouldn’t listen to Marilyn Manson’s music while making out. That guy’s dangerous just by looking at him.

No reasonable person would want to have that mental impression. Actually, no one. The only other musician he’s ever played with is me, and he’s the scariest. When this music plays on while you and a guy are making out, get out of there. Just don’t jog it; run it!

I’ll Be Missing You by Puff Daddy

It’s excellent that P.Diddy made this song in memory of Notorious B.I.G., and we can all agree that it’s fantastic. While enjoyable otherwise, this tune is not ideal for sexual activity. Nobody wants to mourn the loss of a close friend or loved one while making love to their partner.

My primary association with this song is the fifth-grade dance I attended, where it was played no less than a hundred times. Because the dance took place in the gym at my elementary school, whenever this song came on, it took me right back to those days. That’s right, it’s not a sexy topic.

Journey’s Don’t Stop Believing

Because of its timeless quality, bars often play this tune as they wind down for the night. That being said, that’s where and when you should play it, and maybe occasionally on a lengthy road trip when you need a pick-me-up. But you should not listen to this while engaging in sexual activity. The justifications are probably self-evident. This song is not suggestive in any way and sounds more like an inspirational speech.

Sesame Street theme song

This is even more irritating than listening to Mozart for infants while making love. In less time than it takes Count von Count to count to three, this music will destroy your mood. You’ll both be taken back to a simpler period by the childish music and wistful lyrics, but that was, after all, before you learned about birds and bees.

Any Taylor Swift song.

As a last note, you should never have sex while listening to Taylor Swift. None of her music is even mildly seductive. You can expect to hear a lot of talk about ending relationships, moving on from them, having a thing for taken males, and, oh yes, haters. While she’s adorable, her music isn’t exactly steamy. You can listen to her music whenever you like in the vehicle while getting ready for work, or going out, but you shouldn’t put on any of her albums if you’re planning on having a passionate, exciting sex evening with your partner. Believe me.

You would be here forever if I included every music ever written that is inappropriate for sexual activity. To have sex to any of the aforementioned songs would be incredibly embarrassing, especially considering how many other fantastic tunes there are.

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