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Re: Old songs that now sound sexually creepy
« Reply #15 on: November 27, 2017, 03:43:53 PM »
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Hoo, my little pretty one, my pretty one
When you gonna give me some time, Sharona?
Hoo, you make my motor run, my motor run
Gun it comin' off of the line, Sharona

Never gonna stop, give it up, such a dirty mind
I always get it up for the touch of the younger kind
My, my, my, aye-aye, woo!

M-m-m-my Sharona

Come a little closer, huh, a-will ya, huh?
Close enough to look in my eyes, Sharona
Keepin' it a mystery, it gets to me
Runnin' down the length of my thigh, Sharona

Never gonna stop, give it up, such a dirty mind
I always get it up for the touch of the younger kind
My, my, my, aye-aye, woo!

M-m-m-my Sharona
M-m-m-my Sharona (Yeah!)

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Re: Old songs that now sound sexually creepy
« Reply #16 on: November 27, 2017, 05:11:25 PM »
Steely Dan "Cousin Dupree"

Well I've kicked around a lot since high school
I've worked a lot of nowhere gigs
From keyboard man in a rock'n'ska band
To haulin' boss crude in the big rigs
Now I've come back home to plan my next move
From the comfort of my Aunt Faye's couch
When I see my little cousin Janine walk in
All I could say was ow-ow-ouch

Honey how you've grown
Like a rose
Well we used to play
When we were three
How about a kiss for your cousin Dupree

She turned my life into a living hell
In those little tops and tight capris
I pretended to be readin' the National Probe
As I was watchin' her wax her skis
On Saturday night she walked in with her date
And backs him up against the wall
I tumbled off the couch and heard myself sing
In a voice I never knew I had before

Honey how you've grown
Like a rose
Well we used to play
When we were three
How about a kiss for your cousin Dupree

I'll teach you everything I know
If you teach me how to do that dance
Life is short and quid pro quo
And what's so strange about a down-home family romance?

One night we're playin' gin by a cracklin' fire
And I decided to make my play
I said, "babe with my boyish charm and good looks
How can you stand it for one more day?"
She said, "maybe its the skeevy look in your eyes
Or that your mind has turned to applesauce
The dreary architecture of your soul"
I said: "but what is it exactly turns you off"?

Honey how you've grown
Like a rose
Well we used to play
When we were three
How about a kiss for your cousin Dupree


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Re: Old songs that now sound sexually creepy
« Reply #17 on: November 27, 2017, 08:54:37 PM »
Cousin Dupree has always been creepy
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Re: Old songs that now sound sexually creepy
« Reply #18 on: November 27, 2017, 09:13:40 PM »
Gary Pucket came right to mind.

Your Sixteen, your Beautiful and your mine.
I Saw Her Standing There
Steely Dan has a few.
Don’t Stand So Close to Me - Come to think of it the police have a bunch of disturbing songs - not just sexually(Roxanne, Be My Girl, Can't Stand Losing You, Wrapped Around Your Finger), but lots of others too (Invisible Sun, Murder By Numbers, Synchronicity II, Mother (lol)).
My Sharona
Aqualung
Possum Kingdom (by the Toadies)
And have you ever listened to Polly by Nirvana?  Yuck

Polly wants a cracker
I think I should get off her first
I think she wants some water
To put out the blow torch

CHORUS:
It isn't me
We have some seed
Let me clip
Your dirty wings
Let me take a ride
Don't cut yourself
I want some help
To please myself
I've got some rope
You have been told
I promise you
I have been true
Let me take a ride
Don't cut yourself
I want some help
To please myself

Polly wants a cracker
Maybe she would like some food
She asks me to untie her
A chase would be nice for a few

CHORUS (x1)

Polly said
Polly says her back hurts
And she's just as bored as me
She caught me off my guard
It amazes me, the will of instinct

CHORUS (Repeat to Fade)
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Re: Old songs that now sound sexually creepy
« Reply #19 on: November 27, 2017, 09:19:31 PM »
If you're going to include Nirvana, Rape Me is also pretty disturbing.  If we are going to consider that old, I guess there's "Prison Sex" by Tool


I didn't want to get into really weird shit like "Cassie Eats Cockroaches" by Acid Bath (1994)
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Cassie likes it in her hand, Cassie's dead inside
I came to fuck the open wound, so hold it open wide
Cassie loves to swallow, this bleeding will not stop
I left Cassie hollow, cut you with my cock




Of course, we could go with an oldie but a goodie:
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One thing
No lie
Ethyl's frigid as an eskimo pie
She's cool in bed
Well she oughta be 'cause Ethyl's dead


--Alice Cooper "Cold Ethyl"



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Re: Old songs that now sound sexually creepy
« Reply #20 on: November 27, 2017, 09:32:15 PM »
Nirvana's Nevermind is 26 years old, man.

But that song was meant to be creepy.  Cobain wrote it about the abduction, rape, and escape of a 14 yo.  Still, it has only dawned on me recently how gross that song was.  I was driving down the road and I literally did a double take and said; "did he just say 'I think I need yo get off of her'?"
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Re: Old songs that now sound sexually creepy
« Reply #21 on: November 27, 2017, 11:01:58 PM »
Werewolves of London

"Little old lady got mutilated late last night, Werewolves of London again"
--Warren Zevon

Excitable Boy

"Well he took little Susie to the junior prom,
Excitable boy they all said
Then he raped her and killed her and he took her home,
Well he just an excitable boy

After ten long years they let him out of the home,
Excitable boy they all said
Then he dug up her grave and built a cage with her bones
Well he just an excitable boy
--Warren Zevon

Poor Poor Pitiful Me

"Well, I met a girl at the Rainbow bar
She asked me if I'd beat her
She took me back to the Hyatt House
I don't want to talk about it"
--Warren Zevon

Searching for  Heart

"They say love conquers all
You can't start it like a car
You can't stop it with a gun"
--Warren Zevon

A Bullet for Ramona

"Today I shot Ramona
She ain't gonna cheat on me
For two years I've been searching for her
For two years she's been free"
and Donald Trump is President of the United States.

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Re: Old songs that now sound sexually creepy
« Reply #22 on: November 27, 2017, 11:39:33 PM »
“Slide” by The Dresden Dolls

A late April day and it's sunny outside
And a red little girl's at the top of a slide
And an orange old man at the bottom
Wants to take her for a ride
As she slips and she tumbles the orange man mumbles
Pennies crash down from the sky
And he tells her, he'll take her away where it's safe
And of course it is a lie
She's a third the down and her skirts are yanked up
And her little girl cheeks start to wrinkle
But her smile is wide and her legs are spread wider
Her hair growing long and her hips getting larger
Past getting brighter
Light growing weaker
She is halfway down now but the man is impatient
Shakes change in his pocket he might have to wait
But she's coming
She's coming
She's coming
Who are you blaming?
They're just playing
That's a good one, who left the playground
A good decade before the bell rang?
As she starts to draw nearer the view becomes clearer
The splinters are painful but she doesn't feel it
The pennies were loaded and as they exploded
She starts to spin out of control
Her eyes are now closing her sleeves are unrolling
Up past her head and her veins are all showing
Not that she noticed, she's thoroughly focused on
One old man who's laughing
Who's laughing
Who's laughing
Don't worry, I've got you
Don't worry, I've got you
Don't worry, I've got you
Don't worry, I've got you
The orange man got you
A late April day and it's sunny outside
And a red little girl's at the top of the slide
And an orange old man at the bottom
Wants to take her for a ride


Jfc. It’s pretty blatant. It’s one of those songs I skip every time.

And tbh- Amanda Palmer writes a lot of really messed up songs.  :-\

[edit] Totally misread and missed the “old” part. Personally I comsider this song fairly old (2003) buuuuuuut I get where there would be disagreement on that.

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Re: Old songs that now sound sexually creepy
« Reply #23 on: November 28, 2017, 12:02:19 AM »
No one wanted to mention 17 by Winger?!


yeah. me neither.
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Re: Old songs that now sound sexually creepy
« Reply #24 on: November 28, 2017, 06:31:54 AM »
Nirvana's Nevermind is 26 years old, man.

But that song was meant to be creepy.  Cobain wrote it about the abduction, rape, and escape of a 14 yo.  Still, it has only dawned on me recently how gross that song was.  I was driving down the road and I literally did a double take and said; "did he just say 'I think I need yo get off of her'?"
Well thanks for making me feel ancient  :'(



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Re: Old songs that now sound sexually creepy
« Reply #25 on: November 28, 2017, 06:39:01 AM »
Oh, I was reminded of a great one, not that old though (2003).



Quote
Cassius Clay was hated
More than Sonny Liston
Some like K.K. Downing
More than Glenn Tipton
Some like Jim Nabors
Some Bobby Vinton
I like 'em all


I put my feet up
On the coffee table
I stay up late watching cable
I like old movies with Clark Gable
Just like my dad does
Just like my dad did
When he was home
Staying up late,
Staying up alone
Just like my dad did
When he was thinking
Oh, how fast the years fly


I know an old woman
Ran a donut shop
She worked late serving cops
Then one morning
Babe, her heart stopped
Place ain't the same no more
Place ain't the same no more
Not without my friend, Eleanor
Place ain't the same no more
Man, how things change


I buried my first victim
When I was nineteen
Went through her bedroom
And the pockets of her jeans
And found her letters
That said so many things
That really hurt me bad


I never breathed
Her name again
But I like to dream
About what could have been
I never heard her calls again

But I like to dream

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Re: Old songs that now sound sexually creepy
« Reply #26 on: November 28, 2017, 07:47:53 AM »
Everything by Conway Twitty.


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Re: Old songs that now sound sexually creepy
« Reply #27 on: November 28, 2017, 09:24:03 AM »
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[edit] Totally misread and missed the “old” part. Personally I comsider this song fairly old (2003) buuuuuuut I get where there would be disagreement on that.
What you really missed is, "...that now sound sexually creepy"  That song was always creepy, intentionally so I expect. 

Girl You'll be a women soon is the perfect example, people love it but its a song from the perspective of an adult man to a pubescent girl about how she'll need a man soon.  How was that ever cool?
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Re: Old songs that now sound sexually creepy
« Reply #28 on: November 28, 2017, 09:26:31 AM »
No one wanted to mention 17 by Winger?!


yeah. me neither.
I actually saw them live.




Yes, it was as bad as expected.  They were opening for Cinderella on the "Long Cold Winter" tour, which was more of a blues rock album than a hair metal one, so I wanted to go.  I had to put up with Winger, so I must have wanted to go pretty badly.
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Re: Old songs that now sound sexually creepy
« Reply #29 on: November 28, 2017, 10:12:50 AM »
No one wanted to mention 17 by Winger?!


yeah. me neither.
I actually saw them live.




Yes, it was as bad as expected.  They were opening for Cinderella on the "Long Cold Winter" tour, which was more of a blues rock album than a hair metal one, so I wanted to go.  I had to put up with Winger, so I must have wanted to go pretty badly.
I saw them open for KISS! The thing was though those guys were all great musicians, they were just packaged by a label (like most of those hair bands)
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