Doubt this is the dirtiest song I have heard, but it's the first that came to mind. A buddy of mine back in high school said it's soft compared to some tracks he has heard, I just laughed.
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Only fellow Arabs will understand unfortunately,This shit's hilarious too.
Wot the fok did ye just say 2 me m8? i dropped out of newcastle primary skool im the sickest bloke ull ever meet & ive nicked ova 300 chocolate globbernaughts frum tha corner shop. im trained in street fitin' & im the strongest foker in tha entire newcastle gym. yer nothin to me but a cheeky lil bellend w/ a fit mum & fakebling. im callin me homeboys rite now preparin for a proper scrap. if ye had seen this bloody fokin mess commin ye might a' kept ya gabber from runnin. but it seems yea stupid lil diggle, innit? ima shite fury & ull drown in it m8. ur ina proper mess knob.
"The Difference Between Us" by The Dead Weather. While not being outright filthy, there is no denying the raw sexuality in the lyrics. The driving beat in it punches home the fact that you'd be in for a wild ride.
Though I cannot help but mention the "Mondo Sex Head" album by Rob Zombie. If there was any cd put together solely for the purpose of being played loudly during a lengthy session of BD/SM (or at least very rough) sex, I can't think of any other.
Prince & The Revolution's Darling Nikki is one of the most sultry & raunchy numbers Prince ever created. I don't think it's that 'dirty' but the sexual energy in that song is high. There is a mention of the word "masturbating with a magazine" at the beginning.
btw, this was one of the songs that inspired Al Gore's wife to create the group that called for Parental Advisory/Explicit Lyric labels to go on albums.
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