This Ain't Sex

Album: Here I Stand (2008)
  • No woman wants to be used for "Just Sex," so Usher has a smooth reply to seal the deal in the bedroom: "This Ain't Sex." He explains that what they're about to do is about spirituality and love - making a connection on a deeper level. Keep this guy away from your daughter.
  • Usher wrote this song with the hit songwriters Tricky Stewart, Phalon Alexander and Terius "The-Dream" Nash. Stewart and Nash also produced the track.

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