Let's Talk About Sex

Album: Black's Magic (1990)
Charted: 2 13
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  • Come one

    Let's talk about sex, baby
    Let's talk about you and me
    Let's talk about all the good things
    And the bad things that may be
    Let's talk about sex
    Let's talk about sex
    Let's talk about sex
    Let's talk about sex

    Let's talk about sex for now
    To the people at home or in the crowd
    It keeps coming up anyhow
    Don't decoy, avoid, or make void the topic
    'Cause that ain't gonna stop it
    Now we talk about sex on the radio and video shows
    Many will know anything goes
    Let's tell it how it is, and how it could be
    How it was, and of course, how it should be
    Those who think it's dirty have a choice
    Pick up the needle, press pause, or turn the radio off
    Will that stop us, Pep? I doubt it
    All right then, come on, Spin

    Let's talk about sex, baby
    Let's talk about you and me
    Let's talk about all the good things
    And the bad things that may be
    Let's talk about sex
    Let's talk about sex
    Let's talk about sex
    Let's talk about sex

    Hot to trot, make any man's eyes pop
    She use what she got to get whatever she don't got
    Fellas drool like fools, but then again they're only human
    The chick was a hit because her body was boomin'
    Gold, pearls, rubies, crazy diamonds
    Nothin' she ever wore was ever common
    Her dates heads of state, men of taste
    Lawyers, doctors, no one was too great for her to get with
    Or even mess with, the Prez she says was next on her list
    And believe me, you, it's as good as true
    There ain't a man alive that she couldn't get next to
    She had it all in the bag
    So she should have been glad
    But she was mad and sad and feelin' bad
    Thinkin' about the things that she never had
    No love, just sex, followed next with a check and a note
    That last night was dope, dope

    Take it easy now

    Let's talk about sex, baby (sing it)
    Let's talk about you and me (sing it, sing it)
    Let's talk about all the good things
    And the bad things that may be
    Let's talk about sex (come on)
    Let's talk about sex (do it)
    Let's talk about sex (uh-huh)
    Let's talk about sex

    Ladies
    All the ladies
    Louder now, help me out
    Come on, all the ladies
    Let's talk about sex, alright

    Ladies
    All the ladies
    Louder now, help me out
    Come on, all the ladies
    Let's talk about sex, alright

    (Yo, Pep, I don't think they're gonna play this on the radio
    And why not? Everybody have sex
    I mean, everybody should be makin' love
    Come on, how many guys you know make love?)

    Let's talk about sex, baby
    Let's talk about you and me
    Let's talk about all the good things
    And the bad things that may be
    Let's talk about sex
    Let's talk about sex
    Let's talk about sex
    Let's talk about sex

    Let's talk about sex, baby
    Let's talk about you and me
    Let's talk about all the good things
    And the bad things that may be
    Let's talk about sex
    Let's talk about sex
    Let's talk about sex
    Let's talk about sex Writer/s: Herbie Azor, Herby Azor
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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