The Most Inappropriate Songs For Dancing With Your Mom

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At every wedding, there’s that moment where the groom shares a heartfelt dance with his mother. By all intents and purposes, it’s one of the most proud and memorable moments of any mom’s life. However, if there’s one thing that could change all that, it’d be choosing one of these songs for that touching dance. In fact, we don’t even think it’s right to be in the same room as your mom while listening to any of these.

“Wait (The Whisper Song)” by Ying Yang Twins


There would be nothing more awkward than having your mom’s head resting on your shoulder while the Ying Yang Twins‘ lyrics like “Wait till you see my d***” and “Beat the p***y up, beat the p***y up” play throughout a reception hall.

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“Me So Horny” by The 2 Live Crew


First rule of being a good son: Never ever dance with your mother to anything written or performed by Luther Campbell.

“My Neck, My Back” by Khia

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Damn near every word out of Khia‘s mouth in this song is mind-blowingly filthy. Even the clean ones are simply there to set up the dirty ones. Khia wouldn’t just make your mom blush, but there’s a genuine possibility she’d also give her a heart attack.

“Put It In Your Mouth” by Akinyele

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Akinyele is a class act. Besides this memorably-crass 1996 single, he’s also responsible for such hits as “Take A Lick”, “Strippers Call” and “Hop On That Pole”. It’s quite possibly the mother of all raunchy songs.

“Play” by David Banner

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David Banner references ejaculation roughly 100 times in this song. Seriously. We’re not even comfortable with our moms being in the same state as this song when it’s playing.

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