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IDK, @Soapsuds, Sheena certainly gave her all to "Sugar Walls," but I feel like the sexual metaphor was a little too obvious even for a Prince song.

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1 hour ago, Khan said:

IDK, @Soapsuds, Sheena certainly gave her all to "Sugar Walls," but I feel like the sexual metaphor was a little too obvious even for a Prince song.

Ummmm...how about Prince song "Cream" ?

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11 hours ago, Soapsuds said:

Ummmm...how about Prince song "Cream" ?

 

Yeah, the sexual metaphor was obvious there, too, lol.  Most of Prince's songs play on sexual metaphors, but some just aren't very graceful about it.  Practically every line of "Raspberry Beret" screams "WE HAD ANAL SEX!!".

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When YOU WERE BORN??

 

My God.  I was in JUNIOR high when that came out.

 

Thank you for making me feel very, very old.

 

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