But all that I care, Is that your mine, As I lay beside you Comitting love's sweetest crime. He thinks that if she responds to that, she is his for the taking.In reality most every woman will find it disrespectful, course and disgusting. There are actually songs that can make them want you.Back in the 90's, I found myself thinking a lot about cowboys -- the ones that rode on gallant white horses, had silver guns on either side of their thighs, clicked their spurs, and were more than happy to share their saddle with you as the two of you rode off into the sunset. In all fairness, it was singer, Paula Cole who got me thinking this way -- she had just released that great song: ...these were the stories I told myself. And sure enough, I ended up marrying a cowboy--not a true prairie cowboy from Montana -- but a British lone ranger type who gallantly made room on his saddle for me.
It was only when I got picky and precise about what I truly wanted in a relationship that cowboys began to show up in my life.Feminism may have covered our eyes with its “dreary shroud of lies,” but nature knows the truth, which is that men and women different. After that, the revelations come fast: “We are the vessel. Most of the songs have some element of sexual suggestion in them, but the music and tempo is also sexy. You make me feel like splendor in the grass where we're rolling Damn skippy baby you make me feel like the Amazon's running between my thighs. Your cold fingers, Across my warm skin, Makes my body tense, But I let you in…Usher, Marvin Gaye, Tyresse, Joe - I could list more, but don't have the music here with me :)Here's the lyrics to that Paula Cole song ~ Feelin'Love You make me feel like a sticky pistil Leaning into her stamen. You make me feel love You make me feel like a candy apple all red and horny You make me feel like I want to be dumb blonde In a centerfold, the girl next door. Your touch drives me crazy, But yet I want more, You please me in so many ways, What else could I ask for?