..And you’re around little kids, your grandparents, or your church friends.
Imagine an upbeat rhythm. Come on.. do it. Now after you can hear that in your mind, lightly shake your head to it. Oh yeah! Keep it going, O.K? Now think of words related to the following that we will be adding to your made-up beat (synonyms are preferred for this experiment):
Breasts, butt, bed, sexual intercourse
Then think of a one or two line story about getting ready for work (or any other every day thing), and make it rhyme. For example:
“Wakin’ up to my alarm, my shower do no harm”
Then combine by saying four of your random words, pause, and then continuing with “the line” repeating it three to seventy-five times, casually throwing in some of your random words. Congratulations, you are now a songwriter!
Have you ever been listening to the radio around children when suddenly you hear
“Booty booty booty rockin’ everywhere!”?
Children might even like the beats of this music without having any idea about what they are listening to. And how about when your parents or grandparents ask “What did that song just say?” Of course you can’t say “Oh, mom, it said ‘booty is rocking everywhere.'” it just doesn’t sound right without the music. Have you ever read the lyrics of one of those songs without knowing what it sounds like? Haha! I recommend it for good laughs, or to intentionally feel uncomfortable/ashamed.
Someone out there HAS to have a story regarding a sexual song, please share!