What's your "doing it" music?

Inspired by a thread in Cafe Society.

In this house, it has been "Fallin’’ by Alicia Keys. What’s your go-to song?

NM

I’m very much “obvious girl”. I like raw, out there, very obvious sexual music, the heavier metal-y, the better (no not death metal, original metal). NIN “Closer” just for example. (I’m not your average grandma :D).

Given my choice, old school.
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‘Old Man River’

Memory, all alone in the moonlight …

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Si

People use music? Not just in the movies?

Moving from IMHO to … bow chicka wow-wow … Cafe Society.

*I’m the doctor of squeeze and the wizard of slide
Every which way and side to side
It ain’t complicated if you follow the rules
Here’s what we’ll be learnin’ at our love school

Slow…Slow…learned my lesson
Slow…Slow…learned my lesson of love*

  • Reverend Horton Heat

Chopin’s Waltz in D flat major, Op. 64, No. 1.

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I don’t use music for such sordid purposes (drops monocle), but I remember when I was playing the Bee Gee’s album Still Waters for a friend, he described it as being “all fuck music”.

I, ahem, knew a girl, who loved to fuck to Closer. So there are at least 2 of you.

eta: I actually prefer music that I don’t particularly give a crap about - like current hits or whatever.

I haven’t done it to music since high school, but Phil Collins’ *One More Night *maintains a special, sweaty, steamy-windowed place in my heart.

Fantasia on a theme by Thomas Tallis, by Ralph von Williams.

Don’t use it. Messes with my concentration.

Commercial jingles and opening tunes to TV shows.

Surely we’re not the only couple to use the TV to keep from embarrassing the kids? :wink:

rachmaninoff’s piano concerto #2

That’s what I was thinking. Whatever is on the TV is usually the soundtrack to my love life.

NPR? but only if we’re doing it in the mornings. :wink:

In general we don’t turn on music specifically.

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