Paul McCartney once sang about how the world was filled with what he called "silly love songs".
But somehow I don't think "Sir" Paul had any of THESE "love" songs in mind when he initially sang that!
"Too Young To Fall In Love" by Motley Crue
I posted before about how "woke" some of the members of MC have gotten. And with lyrics like "Not a woman but a whore/I can taste the hate!" it's NOT hard to see why!
"Love Gun" by KISS
Gee, I wonder WHAT "Love Gun" is a euphemism for? Boy, that sure is a stiffie, uh, I mean toughie!
"Love In An Elevator" by Aerosmith
If I have to tell you precisely WHAT this song is referring to you're either Amish or you've been locked away in a dungeon for most of your life!
"Let Me Put My Love Into You" by AC/DC
Who would have thought a band who put out such classic ditties like "Big Balls" would put out a "love" song like THIS!
"Dr. Love" by Motorhead
The band Motorhead weren't known for their "love" songs, especially NOT with lyrics like: "She make me wanna love her long time/To make her toenails curl." Now THAT'S why I call true "love"!
"Love Grenade" by Ted Nugent
This song is the title track to the controversial album put out by controversial rocker Ted "Wang Dang Sweet Poontang" Nugent. (And, if you want to see WHY this album was so controversial, Google it. If you DARE!)
"Shoot U Full Of Love" by Vinnie Vincent Invasion
OK, I'm not even going to try to explain THIS one (for, I think, obvious reasons!). BTW, Vinnie Vincent is a former guitarist for KISS. (Just thought you'd like to know!)
"Lovin' You Is A Dirty Job" by Ratt
This is a song released by 80s hair metal group Ratt. And, knowing the group, by "dirty job" they were probably referring to butt stuff!
"Feel Like Makin' Love" by Bad Company
You've probably heard this song about a gagillion times already on classic rock radio (that and the BC song "Rock & Roll Fantasy"). This song was also covered by Kid Rock, if that's of interest to anyone.
"Love In The Hot Afternoon" by Gene Watson
This song is kind of like the country music version of "Love In An Elevator" by Aerosmith except that, instead of an elevator, it's a quickie during a summer afternoon.
"Lovin' On Back Streets" by Mel Street
This is one of the MANY classic country ditties about married couples screwing around on each other. (Yeah, country songs were a lot MORE "suggestive" than what they are now!)
"It's Not Love (But It's Not Bad!)" by Merle Haggard
Again, what in the world CAN Merle be referring to here! Again, if I have to tell you, then you must be one of THESE guys!
"Silly Love Songs" indeed!