The 69 Sexiest Songs of the 2000’s

Promiscuous girl
Wherever you are
I’m all alone
And its you that I want
– Promiscuous, Nelly Furtado

Sexy Songs began as seductive, soft, soulful and slow.
By the 2000’s Sexy Songs often became sweltering, steamy and screamingly loud.

Girl, please let me stick my key in your ignition, Babe
So I can get this thing started and get rollin’, babe
See, I’ll be doin’ about 80 on your freeway
Girl, I won’t stop until I drive you crazy
Ignition, R Kelly
2000s (2000-2009) Sexy Songs
1. Ignition – R. Kelly
2. Your Body Is A Wonderland – John Mayer
3. Promiscuous – Nelly Furtado featuring Timbaland
4. Buttons – Pussycat Dolls
5. Me & U – Cassie
6. SexyBack – Justin Timberlake
7. Dip It Low – Christina Milian
8. Sexy Love – Ne-Yo
9. Let’s Make Love – Faith Hill and Tim McGraw
10. Naughty Girl – Beyonce
11. Untitled (How Does It Feel) – D’Angelo
12. Get Mine, Get Yours– Christina Aguilera
13. Birthday Sex – Jeremih
14. Peaches ‘N Cream – 112
15. Lollipop – Lil Wayne
16. Slow – Kylie Minogue
17. Don’t Cha – Pussycat Dolls
18. Dirrty – Christina Aguilera
19. Sexy Chick – David Guetta
20. I’m a Slave for You – Britney Spears
21. Insatiable – Darren Hayes
22. Work It – Missy “Misdemeanor” Elliott
23. Lady Marmalade – Mya, Christina Aguilera, Pink,
Lil Kim, Missy Elliot
24. Sex On Fire – Lings of Leon
25. What’s Your Fantasy – Ludacris featuring Shawnna
26. Love In This Club – Usher feat. Young Jeezy
27. My Love is Like Whoa – Mya
28. Shut Up And Drive – Rihanna
29. Take You Down – Chris Brown
30. I Kissed A Girl – Katy Perry
31. Give it Up to Me – Sean Paul feat. Keshia Cole
32. Bliss – Mariah Carey
33. Breathe – Faith Hill
34. Touch My Body – Mariah Carey
35. Come a Little Closer – Dierks Bentley
36. Belly Dancer (Bananza) – Akon
37. Ooh La La – Goldfrapp
38. The Way You Move – Outkast
39. Candy Shop – 50 Cent featuring Olivia
40. Touch Of My Hand – Britney Spears
41. Raining on Sunday – Keith Urban
42. Electric Feel – MGMT
43. Say It Right – Nelly Furtado
44. I Wanna Be Bad – Willa Ford
45. If U Seek Amy – Britney Spears
46. Thong Song – Sisqo
47. Milkshake – Kelis
48. Turn Me On – Norah Jones
49. Slow Motion – Juvenile feat. Soulja Slim
50. Bed – J. Holiday
51. My Neck, My Back(Lick It) – Khia
52. My Love – Justin Timberlake
53. Beautiful – Snoop Dogg, Pharrell and Uncle Charlie
Wilson
54. Let Me Blow Ya Mind – Eve featuring Gwen Stefani
55. Sexy Can I – Ray J & Yung Berg
56. Oops (Oh My) – Tweet featuring Missy Elliott
57. Sweetest Sin – Jessica Simpson
58. Like I Love You – Justin Timberlake
59. LoveGame – Lady Gaga
60. Let Me Touch You for a While – Alison Krauss
61. About Us – Brooke Hogan
62. Underneath It All – No Doubt
63. Crazy Bitch – Buck Cherry
64. Faded – SoulDecision
65. Ball and Biscuit – The White Stripes
66. Rock The Boat – Aaliyah
67. Fallin’ – Alicia Keys
68. Smack That – Akon featuring Eminem
69. You Shouldn’t Kiss Me Like This – Toby Keith
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