Top 10 80s Songs Your Mom Forbade and you listened to anyway! LT80s tries to keep the site and our articles clean and quasi family-friendly whenever possible. However, the subject matter of this piece makes that impossible. Understand that this article contains content that is sexually explicit at times. If that is not something you want to read, hit the back button.
And while that innocence may be true in some ways, 80s music provided plenty of material to corrupt our not-always-so-wholesome minds. The reason is simple: Here is our run down of the top 10 songs that made 80s moms cringe.
Sugar Walls by Sheena Easton Nasty Girl by Vanity 6 This song was strictly forbidden within ear shot of my mother. Happily, my best friend was able to procure a copy of the entire album from her older sister, which we proceeded to listen to until we had the whole thing memorized. Like a Virgin by Madonna Probably the beginning of innumerable uncomfortable conversations between parents and younger children throughout the s.
Prince was clearly responsible for much of the off-limits music in the 80s. He is the composer of 3 out of our 10 songs. By the way, when Nikki was in that hotel lobby masturbating with a magazine, was she looking at it; or was she masturbating with a magazine?
Seems like a good way to get some nasty papercuts. Physical by Olivia Newton-John The song was wildly popular despite being censored and banned on some radio stations. It spent ten weeks at 1 in the US. Never Say Never by Romeo Void Anthem for toxic relationships everywhere.
For, like 10 minutes; then I want you the hell out of my apartment. Touch Me by Samantha Fox But, Touch Me is a little more direct in its purpose. You know, just in case you otherwise missed the point. She Bop by Cyndi Lauper This song is a little more subtle in its approach. For some reason, I thought it was about dancing. Instead, it turns out to be about dancing with yourself see, e.
And, in polling readers of Like Totally 80s, there were plenty of parents out there that put this on the NO list. Those parents were fighting a losing battle, though, as the song hit 3 on the US charts.
From their most successful album, Back in Black, this song is a classic. Did we miss your favorite? Let us know which songs made your Mom fear for an entire generation. The video starts with a sexy black teddy and black satin sheets and proceeds to just come right out and state its intentions: I Want Your Sex. It was about monogamy. Me So Horny by 2 Live Crew I always thought she wanted to take him shopping for better clothes! Raps today pale in comparison when they talk about sex.
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