Never before -- and never (well, almost never) again -- had necrophilia seemed like such a reasonable option.
From: 'Beware' (1980)
Later covered by Metallica, "Last Caress" imagines what a tumble with the Grim Reaper might be like. And this guy sounds like he deserves it.
Joan Jett and the Blackhearts
From: 'Sinner' (2006)
When Joan Jett says she wants you to be her dog, get ready to beg.
From: 'Over-Nite Sensation' (1973)
Fun fact: Tina Turner sang back up on this project. Even funnier: It's said when husband Ike heard the early mix of songs like this one (where a woman wagers that Zappa can't bring her to orgasm), Turner could only stammer, "What is this sh--?"
From: 'Fair Warning' (1981)
This may seem silly in the internet age, but they used to have these theaters, and they only showed dirty movies -- OK, never mind. Just listen to the song.
'Five Short Minutes'
From: 'I Got a Name' (1973)
We've all been there, in a hotel room with what turns out to be an underage girl, as she makes a plaster cast of your little buddy. But try explaining it to the judge.
'F--- Like a Beast'
From: Single (1984)
Originally planned for W.A.S.P.'s self-titled debut, this song was deemed too N.A.S.T.Y. for inclusion.
'Mistress for Christmas'
From: 'The Razor's Edge' (1990)
For everyone who's been waiting for menage a trois-themed Yuletide song, AC/DC is here to help. Have yourself a kinky little Christmas.
'I Wanna Be Your Dog'
From: 'The Stooges' (1969)
Seems Iggy Pop sought to frame a twinge of jealousy over the easy intimacy he saw when a good-looking woman walk by with her pooch. By imagining himself as the dog, of course.
'I Love the Dead'
From: 'Billion Dollar Babies' (1973)
This isn't Alice Cooper's only song about wanting to do unspeakable things to the deceased -- see, "Blue Turk," "Refrigerator Heaven," so on -- but it's certainly one of his best. And by "best," we mean "crazy creepy."