The 69 Sexiest Songs of the 1970s

You know what I’m talkin’ ’bout
C’mon, baby
Let your love come out
If you believe in love
Let’s get it on
-Let’s Get It On, Marvin Gaye

A lot of Sexy Songs sound so innocent, until
an adult hears a child naively singing it…

Lookin’ for some hot stuff, baby this evening
I need some hot stuff, baby tonight
I want some hot stuff, baby this evening
Gotta have some hot stuff
Gotta have some love tonight
-Hot Stuff, Donna Summer
1970s Sexy Songs
1. Lets Get It On – Marvin Gaye
2. Tonight’s The Night – Rod Stewart
3. Love to Love You Baby – Donna Summer
4. I’m Gonna Love You Just A Little More Baby
Barry White
5. You Sexy Thing – Hot Chocolate
6. Hot Stuff – Donna Summer
7. Paradise By The Dashboard Light – Meatloaf
8. Kiss You All Over – Exile
9. Burning Love – Elvis Presley
10. Brand New Key – Melanie
11. Bad Girls – Donna Summer
12. Afternoon Delight – Starland Vocal Band
13. Jungle Fever – The Chakachas
14. Do Ya Think I’m Sexy – Rod Stewart
15. In The Bush – Musique
16. Do That To Me One More Time – The Captain &
17. Tell Me Something Good – Rufus and Chaka Khan
18. Brick House – Commodores
19. Love Serenade – Barry White
20. Pillow Talk – Sylvia
21. Me and Mrs. Jones – Billy Paul
22. Use Me – Bill Withers
23. Night Moves – Bob Seger
24. Lady Marmalade – Labelle
25. I Wanna Be Your Lover – Prince
26. Ring My Bell – Anita Ward
27. Close The Door – Teddy Pendergrass
28. Love Hangover – Diana Ross
29. Groove Me – King Floyd
30. Get Down Tonight – KC & Sunshine Band
31. Go All The Way – The Raspberries
32. Make It With You – Bread
33. Fantasy – Earth, Wind and Fire
34. Let’s Stay Together – Al Green
35. Turn Off The Lights – Teddy Pendergrass
36. If I Said You Had a Beautiful Body, Would You Hold
It Against Me?
– Bellamy Brothers
37. More, More, More – Andrea True Connection
38. Touch-A, Touch-A, Touch Me – Rocky Horror Cast
39. I Feel Love – Donna Summer
40. Love Machine – The Miracles
41. Bang A Gong (Get It On) – T. Rex
42. Telephone Man – Meri Wilson
43. Feel Like Makin’ Love – Roberta Flack
44. Feel Like Makin’ Love – Bad Company
45. Only The Good Die Young – Billy Joel
46. Good Girls Don’t – The Knack
47. Reeling & Rocking (Live) – Chuck Berry
48. Hot To Trot – Wild Cherry
49. Get Up I Feel Like Being A Sex Machine – James
50. Stir It Up – Bob Marley
51. I Want’a Do Something Freaky To You – Leon Haywood
52. Soft and Wet – Prince
53. Love and Happiness – Al Green
54. Dim All The Lights – Donna Summer
55. Skin Tight – Ohio Players
56. Miracles – Starship
57. Big Ten Inch (Record) – Aerosmith
58. Do It ‘Till You’re Satisfied – B.T. Express
59. Skin Tight – Ohio Players
60. Do Your Thing – Isaac Hayes
61. Big Balls – AC/DC
62. I Just Want to Make Love to You – Foghat
63. Somebody’s Gettin’ It – Johnnie Taylor
64. Let’s Go Somewhere And Make Love – Jackie Moore
65. Love Is The Drug – Roxy Music
66. Tush – ZZ Top
67. My Ding-A-Ling – Chuck Berry
68. Fat Bottomed Girls – Queen
69. Cat Scratch Fever – Ted Nugent
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