She dances to every song at formals, the slow and serious—“On Bended Knee” and “Back to One” and “When Can I See You Again?” —and the freaky grindy hot—sex songs—Trick Daddy and Usher and maybe Snoop or 50 Cent. She dances with the other KDs when the just tlye girls! songs come on—“We are Family” and “I'm Every Woman”—and stays on the dance floor during the slapstick playlist—“YMCA” and “ABC,” and sometimes even “Tubthumper” or “99 Red Balloons”: every. The truth is, it was almost a sexy song, with a groove that rivaled anything by C+C Music Factory. The lyrical hook had been especially Rebecca St. James's “Wait for Me,” which is almost the polar opposite of “I Don't Want It.” In romantic reverie, St. James sings to a fantasy future husband, whereas dc Talk's message was a lot more dude-ish, more like, “Yeah, chicks are hot, but don't have sex, because God doesn't want you to and that girl is a skank!” Or, as my dad once put it. Set the mood with our sex songs playlist. From Marvin Gaye to Justin Timberlake and Sade to Usher, we've included the sexiest songs of all time.