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Jack’s Hits: Three Songs About Threesomes

Posted February 26, 2013 by Jack in Pop
Threesome songs

Much like the act itself, the less said the better… just shut your eyes and have at it.

Powertool’s Two Heads Are better Than One

Listening to this really gives you pause about the exact nature of the relationship between Bill and Ted. I now feel there is some princess swapping going on it that phonebooth, or at the very least they are making passes at Joan of Arc. She had some pluck.

The Rolling Stones’ Stray Cat Blues

Seedy:
“You say you got a friend, that she’s wilder than you
Why don’t you bring her upstairs
If she’s so wild then she can join in too
It’s no hanging matter
It’s no capital crime”

But then you listen to the start of the song again, it gets SEEDY!

“I can see that you’re fifteen years old
No, I don’t want your I.D.”

You stay classy Mick Jagger.

Interpol’s No I in Threesome

If you are ever out at an indie club and this comes on you run right up to the two most winsome, straight fringed girls in the place and say, “But there are two in martini, so how about you both come back to my place.”
Note: Do not do that.
BONUS
Chef’s Simultaneous Lovin’

I forgot how much this was a legitimate funk track, should I ever DJ anywhere of note, I am dropping this at about 1.30AM on a drunk crowd. It will either be the best or worst thing I ever do.

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Jack

"Sugarfoot" Jack Franklin attacks the keyboard with the same pugilistic attitude he brings to the sweet science, he is an occasional writer for Beat Magazine and all round bon vivant. You can follow him on Twitter @SugarfootJack.


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