11 January 2007

Turned out!!

I was listening to some music and thought about songs that make you act up. There are songs that you hear and you feel like making a booty call or songs that make you angry and want to get all destructive and shit. And there are songs that just relax you. You name it, there's a song for just about any mood. Well, let me share something with you.

There's a Prince song called Tambourine from the Around The World In A Day CD and it does all kinds of crazy things to me. The song is loud, has a killer guitar rift, and lyrics that are borderline nonsensical, but hell; I like it anyway. Whenever I've listened to this song, I get this crazy image of me pole dancing or dancing in some crazy and suggestive way. Hell, the song has made me more horny than not whenever I've listened to it. The song has such a gravitational pull to me that I REFUSE to listen to it in mixed company. I even further REFUSE to listen to it with a guy; even if I'm majorly digging him. Fact is I've NEVER listened to it with a guy. Why? Because I'm not sure I'd be able to restrain myself and he might get hurt. I'm sure the kind of hurt that I'd be inflicting might be in some ways pleasurable to him, but when a song can bring that much freak potential out of you, it needs to be carefully contained or administered in doses that aren't not life threatening.

I'm sure we all have playlists that we'll have playing in order to make things sway in your favor or there might be a movie you'll play when that certain someone comes over. I call them the Drawers Grabbers *snicker* because they're used intentionally for that purpose. So, now that I've disclosed what song does me in, do tell what song or even movie you can't listen to or watch in mixed company. And what is the one song or movie that is your Drawers Grabber.

18 comments:

Rosemarie said...

Somebody say...BARRY WHITE! That's some serious baby-makin' music. However, I can't say I've ever had music or a movie to get me in the mood with my husband. Don't need it! *wink*

chele said...

Prince's music is designed for that specific purpose. International Lover used to do me in every time. Now, I'm a victim of Riviera Paradise by Stevie Ray Vaughn.

T.C. said...

I don't know this is a tough one...man so many songs...Prince definitely does it every time...that bama just moves me...but so does Maxwell and Van Hunt....oh and Raheem DeVaughn...that man...geesh...I can only think of people no songs right now...what is up with that, you know how i LOVE music

Honey-Libra said...

JODECI!! Anytime I hear a song by them I be like hmmmm oh boy LOL....who can I call or whose near hahaaha....I'd also have to say slow jams period...I guess I'm just a hopeless romantic and you know I'm somewhat embarrassed to admit this but last night I was listening to that song by one chance called look at her with the guy from D4L (Fabo) and I was like hmm that would be a nice song to strip to LOL...me a stripper NAHHHH

BZ said...

Voyage to Atlantis by The Isley Bros.
Insatiable by Prince.
Play a Love Song by Jamie Foxx (love the "beat it" up part!) lol
Til the Cops Come Knockin' by Maxwell
No Ordinary Love or just about any other slow jam by Sade.

Blu Jewel said...

ROSEMARIE - i think you have some sinner freak in you *wink*

CHELE - Prince is definitely the KING of turning folk on and turning folk out.

T.C - i think you're gonna need to re comment with some specific song titles...lol...just kidding. the folk you named can/wiil/have definitely caused many a soiled sheet/drawers or any other thing

HONEY - there are specific songs (feenin for one) that jodeci can get me going, but if i give one iota of thought to what they look like it's a wrap...lol! aww hell, a song that makes you wanna strip too...glad to know it's not just me...*wink*

BZ - Girl you ain't done nuthin but stirred up some shit naming those songs...your freak quotient is mad high!!!!!

Organized Noise said...

My "Drawers Grabber CD"

1. In the Rain (Live) - The Stylistics
2. Adore - Prince
3. Reasons (Live) - EWF
4. Beauty - Dru Hill
5. Til The Cops Come Knockin - Maxwell
6. Getting Late - Floetry
7. Secret Garden - Quincy Jones
8. Ask Yourself - Raheem DeVaughn
9. Imagine That - R. Kelly
10. (Untitled) - D'Angelo
11. Insatiable - Prince
12. Anytime, Anyplace (Instumental) - Spur Of The Moment
13. Moments In Love - Art Of Noise

Susan Abraham said...

Dear Blu,
I can't remember a particular song that I wouldn't listen to in mixed company, but all my favourites carry memories of seasons & stories.
And listening to one of them in a crowd, actually perks me up immediatley when I may have been subdued or melancholy.

with love

Paula D. said...

Portugese Love - Teena marie
Read Your Mind - Avant
Be With You - Beyonce
Butterflyz - Alicia Keys
Anything slow by Maxwell

Rosemarie said...

"ROSEMARIE - i think you have some sinner freak in you *wink*"

Busted! For sure, I'm humorous and have a strong faith, but I'm human too.

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Rosemarie said...

Hey Blu, you're on it!

Blogroll of the Deep, Divine, Devoted, Delicious, and Delirious!

I can't believe how quick that rolled off my tongue as I typed. Dang!

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Blu Jewel said...

ORG - Man! you tryna get more than the drawers with that CD...WHEW!

SU - as long as the music moves you in some way is what counts

PAULA - you've got some good selections too. and Maxwell...speechless!

ROSE - I actually meant to say "inner freak" but typed "sinner" who knows, that could have been a Freudian slip...wink! Thanks for the add.

URBAN - Thanks and I'll be sure to stop by.

Mominator said...

20 years ago it would have been Barry White or Marvin Gaye. But now? Jimi Hendrix. Don't ask me why. Fox Lady guitar riff starts and that's it. Maybe it's watching my husband play Hendrix (perfectly I might add)
*wink*
Sue

dcsavvy said...

see i love music too - but, till the cops com knocking is THE track...i try to switch tracks on it anytime i'm in mixed company :) !

j.a.c. said...

LOL. I COMPLETELY feel you on this. I seriously thought I was the only one who had to watch what I listen to around certain people. Janet Jackson freak-nasty songs which usually are placed at the end of her CDs are dangerous for me. "Would you Mind" is especially forbidden when I'm around other people. Beyonce's "Speechless" also makes me wanna do some naughty things to a man. I can't WAIT to get married!

blaqrayne said...

Definitely "Speechless" by Beyonce. "Anything Goes" by Christion. "Sumthin Sumthin (Mellosmooth)" by Maxwell. And that's all I'll name for now just in case a certain someone decides to read this....lol.

Blu Jewel said...

mom - i see you've still got some "inner sex kitten" in you and i'm not knocking you for it.

dcsavvy - u know Maxwell is one bad cat and he could get the drawers with or without music...sheot! but i definitely feel you on that song...whew!

j.a.c - yeah, Janet will make you do thangs all kind nasty to someone...yeah, Speechless...nuff said. Make that CD girl and keep in on stash for when you and Mr. Man tie more than the knot...lol!

rayne - oooh! i'm diming you out for this...lol! "i wanna make love like i don't even know your name" (anything goes) u just nasty fo dat!