There are some songs that talk about legs, including songs from Aerosmith and Sir Mix-a-Lot. In this article we will take a look at a few popular songs about legs. You’ll find songs like Aerosmith’s “Lord of the Thighs,” Sir Mix-a-Lot’s “I Like Big Butts,” and Tom Jones’ “Hot Legs” and much more.
Aerosmith’s “Lord of the Thighs”
Aerosmith’s 1974 hit Lord of the Thighs is a rock anthem that is a staple in their live setlist. The song first appeared on Get Your Wings and is sung by lead singer Steven Tyler. Drummer Joey Kramer has said that this song is his favorite to play live. Steven Tyler has also said that the song’s title is all about him. The lyrics are quite dark and full of double entendencies.
Sir Mix-a-Lot’s “I Like Big Butts”
“I Like Big Butts” is a love song by American rapper Sir Mix-a-Lot, which is dedicated to women with big buttocks. The song was inspired by a Budweiser commercial, which featured thin models, which inspired Mix-a-Lot to write the song. The song’s prelude features a conversation between two white Valley girls, dubbed Becky and Linda by Amylia Dorsey. The girls make comments about each other’s butts and the race of each other. Then, Sir Mix-a-Lot begins rapping with his verses.
The lyrics of the song are sarcastic and often insulting, but they also offer a way to make a point. Sir Mix-A-Lot also attacks the entertainment industry’s portrayal of the ideal female body and rejects the notion that small buttocks are more desirable. The artist also compares women in contemporary music videos with prostitutes, and explains that the perfect female proportions of 36-24-36 are only possible on women under 63 inches. The song also briefly touches on the role of physical fitness and nutrition in women’s health.
Sir Mix-a-Lot wrote the song to fight for representation. At the time, curvy girls were underrepresented in the entertainment industry. In 1992, “Baby Got Back” was one of the best-selling singles of the year, spending five weeks at the top of the charts.
Tom Jones’ “Hot Legs”
Tina Turner and Tom Jones have both covered Rod Stewart’s “Hot Legs.” The song is about a young woman who has hot legs and likes to make love with men. The single was written by Rod Stewart and first released in 1978. It was performed by Tina Turner live throughout her solo career, but she never recorded a studio version. Instead, she performed the song on stage with Tom Jones. The two recorded the song on September 1, 1981, on the Tom Jones Show. The full performance can be heard on the Tom Jones & Friends home video. The home video for the song was only released in Germany, though.
“Legs” is an anthem about love. The band’s “Aerosmith” album has two very different sides to it. The first side features a sloppy guitar riff that doesn’t work. The second side features a more mellow, laidback riff that actually works.
“Legs” is a song about desire, and it’s the perfect example of the way love can bring people together. It’s one of the few rock songs that evokes feelings of love and desire. Its lyrics are also rife with sexy imagery and references to drugs.
Aerosmith’s “Legs” is one of their most well-known songs. The song was originally recorded in 1980 by the Joe Perry Project, but Aerosmith re-recorded it in 1985. In addition to a powerful lyric, it also features a rousing guitar and Tyler’s amazing vocal acrobatics.
After the success of “Aerosmith,” the band went on to tour. Their first leg of the tour began at the Alpine Valley Music Theatre in East Troy, Wis. The tensions between the band members had calmed down. Joe Perry and Brad Whitford had both completed rehabs, and the band was able to concentrate on making music. Aerosmith was no longer an underdog rock band; they had a renewed energy and were ready for the biggest commercial triumphs of their careers.
ZZ Top’s “Legs”
In 1983, ZZ Top released the music video for their single, “Legs.” It was the band’s third music video from their album, “Eliminator,” and it was one of the most popular. It also introduced the use of furry spinning guitars. The video has received many accolades.
Fallon’s “First Drafts of Rock” segment features an early version of ZZ Top’s song, “Legs.” It was originally titled “Neck.” The segment features Stapleton as guitarist Billy Gibbons, Fallon as bassist Dusty Hill, and Bacon as drummer Frank Beard. The trio has a lot of fun messing up the lyrics, but luckily they never get to the lower bipedal appendages.
Since its release, feminists have criticized ZZ Top’s “Legs.” However, the band has been releasing sexually charged songs for years. Their first hit, “Tush,” was released in 1975, but the band had yet to achieve mainstream popularity. The video for “Legs” features Billy Gibbons in a 1933 Ford Hot Rod, dubbed The Eliminator. The video also features a girl with legs.
ZZ Top’s “Legs,” from their 1984 album Eliminator, was a commercial success. It sold over 10 million copies and was the band’s first album to include synthesizers. The lyrics of “Legs” are an inside look at the band’s life.