"Making Out" is as much about ambiance as it is desire. Even the most ardent of lovers can have their desire diminished by a poor environment. Unflattering lighting, uncomfortable furniture and weird smells all contribute to an unsatisfactory encounter, or even the cancellation of intimacy altogether.
Perhaps no factor is a bigger killer to "The Mood" than the choice of background music. Everyone has their favorite "Make Out" artist or genre, but even generally accepted masters of the form the Lionel Richie have a "Dancin' on the Ceiling" to dampen the heat established by "Three Times a Lady" or "Endless Love".
Dogs & Jeans Crack Relationship Advisor save complied a list of music to keep as far away from your play list as possible if you want to score a little action:
- "Brand New Key (The Roller Skate Song)" - Melanie Safka, 1972
- "I'm Gonna Wash That Man Right Outa My Hair" - South Pacific, Rogers and Hammerstein, 1949
- "Mexican Radio" - Wall of Voodoo, 1982
- "Happy Birthday" - Various
- "Who Let the Dogs Out?" - The Baha Men, 1998
- "I've Never Been to Me" - Charlene Duncan, 1976
- "Ode to Billy Joe" - Bobby Gentry, 1967
- "Because I Got High" - Afroman, 2001
- "I Wish I Was an Oscar Meyer Weiner" - Ad campaign, 1965
- "Hava Nagila" - Various
- "Turning Japanese" - The Vapors, 1980
- "Ballad of the Green Berets" - Barry Sadler, 1966
- "Cotton Eyed Joe" - Rednex, 1994