You may or may not be aware, but recently there have been a lot of discussions and opinions of lyrics of songs playing on the radio.

Every generation has had their songs that maybe their parents didn't like them listening to. Think about it. Maybe I'm wrong, but I'm pretty sure this is called hypocrisy. All of this started back in the 1950's with the birth of Rock and Roll, Motown of the 60's, Disco in the 70's, hairbands in the 80's, do I need to go on?

So, I decided to compile all the songs that are suggestive, and could be controversial if played on the radio -- oh wait, they are, and on radio stations all over the country, not just "Hit Music" stations.

 15. 'More, More, More' - Andrea True Connection

14. 'Save a Horse, Ride a Cowboy' - Big & Rich

13. 'Kiss You All Over' - Exile

12. 'Sexual Healing' - Marvin Gaye

11. 'Push It' - Salt-N-Pepa

10. 'Fish' - Craig Campbell

9. 'Start Me Up' - The Rolling Stones

8. 'Crash Into me' - Dave Matthews Band

7. 'Runaround Sue' - Dion and the Belmonts

6. 'Get Down Tonight' - KC and the Sunshine Band

5. 'Eight Days a Week' - The Beatles

4. 'You Sexy Thing' - Hot Chocolate

3. 'I Touch Myself' - Divinyls

2. 'Afternoon Delight' - Starland Vocal Band (Performed by 'Anchorman' Cast)

1. 'My Ding-A-Ling' - Chuck Berry