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Let’s get it on: Baby-making music for Valentine’s Day

If your special plans this Valentine’s Day include a night of nookie with your significant other, a naughty playlist can make getting busy even better. We’ve compiled 50 steamy tunes to turn up when you are getting down.

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Bow-chicka-wow-wow. A whole generation was spawned to the smooth sounds of buttery-voiced singers like Marvin Gaye and Al Green — if your mom gets all starry-eyed and starts smirking when she hears the tell-tale chords of “Let’s Get It On,” chances look good that you were conceived to a classic groove.

The Playlist

“Let’s Get It On” by Marvin Gaye

“Ooh La La” by Goldfrapp

“Love Hangover” by Diana Ross

“Between the Sheets” by The Isley Brothers

“Lay It Down” by Al Green

“Into the Mystic” by Van Morrison

“You Send Me” by Sam Cooke

“Sexual Healing” by Marvin Gaye

“Unchained Melody” by The Righteous Brothers

“Feels Like Rain” by John Hiatt


You might think sexy rock music is downright dirty and, in some cases, you’d be right — “I wanna f*ck you like an animal?” It doesn’t get much kinkier than that. But many rock songs are surprisingly sensitive, so you can break up all the a** smacking going on with some soulful staring.

The Playlist

“Fade Into You” by Mazzy Star

“Sail” by Awolnation

“No One’s Gonna Love You” by Band of Horses

“The Golden Age” by Beck

“Crash Into Me” by Dave Matthews Band

“Closer” by Nine Inch Nails

“Glory Box” by Portishead

“Lay It Down” by The Rubens

“Wild Horses” by The Sundays

“Ball and Biscuit” by The White Stripes


From listening to Lil Wayne wax poetic about lollipops to Robin Thicke lulling your pants off with his lilting falsetto, hip-hop music was made for mattress play. All those syncopated rhythms will have you syncing up sexually in no time.

The Playlist

“Lost Without U” by Robin Thicke

“It Will Rain” by Bruno Mars

“Shut It Down” by Drake

“Thinkin Bout You” by Frank Ocean

“Tonight” by John Legend

“Lollipop” by Lil’ Wayne

“Got Her Knockin’” by Mike Green

“S & M” by Rihanna

“Love In This Club” by Usher

“How to Love” by Lil’ Wayne


If the early nineties are remembered for grunge music, then the legacy of the late nineties has to be the old school R&B slow jam. These songs put up no pretenses: They were all about the booty call, baby. But, in the infamous words of R. Kelly, I don’t see nothing wrong with a little bump and grind.

The Playlist

“My Body” by LSG

“One in a Million” by Aaliyah

“Pony” by Ginuwine

“I’ll Make Love to You” by Boyz II Men

“Untitled” by D’Angelo

“Red Light Special” by TLC

“Slow Motion” by Juvenile

“I Belong to You” by Rome

“Bump N Grind” by R Kelly

“Oops (Oh My)” by Tweet


Detractors may claim country can’t be sexy, but — coming from someone raised in a rural southern town — trust me when I say tractors, tight jeans and drawls are aphrodisiacs in their own right. Besides, when you live in the middle of nowhere, what better way to — ahem — pass the time?

The Playlist

“Must Be Doin’ Something Right” by Billy Currington

“Your Man” by Josh Turner

“Come a Little Closer” by Dierks Bentley

“Let’s Make Love” by Faith Hill & Tim McGraw

“Remind Me” by Brad Paisley & Carrie Underwood

“I Melt” by Rascal Flatts

“Let Me Touch Your For Awhile” by Alison Krauss

“Come Over” by Kenny Chesney

“I Cross My Heart” by George Strait

“Whenever You Come Around” by Vince Gill

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