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15 Songs You Never Realized Were About Bottoming

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1. "Dark Side" by Kelly Clarkson

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Why it's definitely about bottoming:

"Will you stay

Even if it hurts

Even if I try to push you out

Will you return?

And remind me who I really am

Please remind me who I really am"

What this means: Kelly is highlighting and bringing attention to a common bottom issue. That issue being "keeping it in."

2. "Passenger" by Britney Spears

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Why it's definitely about bottoming:

"Yeah that's right

Now I can just enjoy the riiiiiiiiiiiiiiiide

I'll let you lead the way now

'Cause I want you to take the wheel

I've never been a passenger though

I never knew how good it could feel"

What this means: Ah, "Passenger" from the criminally underrated and misunderstood Britney Jean. While many believe this song is about Jesus Christ, those people are wrong. It's about a top bottoming for the first time.

3. "Try" by P!nk

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Why it's definitely about bottoming:

"Where there is desire

There is gonna be a flame

Where there is a flame

Someone's bound to get burned
But just because it burns
Doesn't mean you're gonna die

You've gotta get up and try, and try, and try

Gotta get up and try, and try, and try

You gotta get up and try, and try, and try"

What this means: P!nk obviously understands and feels the pain a bottom can encounter. She's empowering bottoms by telling them to fight past the burn, you're not gonna die, "try try try."

4. "Only Girl" by Rihanna

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Why it's definitely about bottoming:

"Want you to take me like a thief in the night

Hold me like a pillow, make me feel right

Baby I'll tell you all my secrets that I'm keepin', you can come inside

And when you enter, you ain't leavin', be my prisoner for the night

Want you to make me feel like I'm the only girl in the world

Like I'm the only one that you'll ever love

Like I'm the only one who knows your heart

Only girl in the world...

Like I'm the only one that's in command

Cause I'm the only one who understands, like I'm the only one who knows your heart"

What this means: This song was written for power bottoms. The "be my prisoner for the night" and "like the only one that's in command" lines are proof of that.

5. "Dip It Low" by Christina Milian

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Why it's definitely about bottoming:

"Dip it low

Pick it up slow (ohhh)

Roll it all around

Poke it out let your back roll

Pop pop pop that thing

I'mma show you how to make your man say 'Ooo'"

What this means: "Pop pop pop that thing" is evidently an homage to the familiar noise of insertion and exertion.

6. "Monster" by Lady Gaga

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Why it's definitely about bottoming:

"That boy is a monster

M-M-M-Monster

That boy is a monster

M-M-M-Monster

That boy is a monster

Er-er-er-er

He ate my heart"

What this means: This song is unquestionably about big dicks and rimming. The hallmarks of bottoming.

7. "Hips Don't Lie" by Shakira

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Why it's definitely about bottoming:

"And I'm on tonight

You know my hips don't lie

And I'm starting to feel it's right"

What this means: The "I'm on tonight" lyric is a tribute to bottom preparation. It just makes sense.

8. "Fantasy" by Mariah Carey

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Why it's definitely about bottoming:

"Sweet, sweet fantasy baby

When I close my eyes

You come and take me

On and on and on

It's so deep in my daydreams"

What this means: Mariah is singing about a bottom daydreaming. The roller coaster in the video is a euphemism for the rocky, uncertain journey a bottom can be faced with. Duh.

9. "Fighter" by Christina Aguilera

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Why it's definitely about bottoming:

"'Cause if it wasn't for all that you tried to do, I wouldn't know
Just how capable I am to pull through

So I wanna say thank you

'Cause it

Makes me that much stronger

Makes me work a little bit harder

It makes me that much wiser

So thanks for making me a fighter

Made me learn a little bit faster

Made my skin a little bit thicker

Makes me that much smarter

So thanks for making me a fighter"

What this means: This song is clearly a thank-you to tops.

10. "I Want It That Way" by the Backstreet Boys

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Why it's definitely about bottoming:

"You are my fire

The one desire

Believe when I say

I want it that way"

What this means: "That way" = "that hole."

11. "C'Mon" by Kesha

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Why it's definitely about bottoming:

"C'mon 'cause I know what I like

And you're looking just like my type

Let's go for it just for tonight

C'mon, c'mon, c'mon

Now don't even try to deny

We're both going home satisfied

Let's go for it just for tonight

C'mon, c'mon, c'mon"

What this means: "C'Mon" is a song about an experienced bottom. While some believe "C'Mon" is about power bottoming, it is not. The bottom in this song isn't that greedy. We know that because of the "both going home satisfied" line. Everyone knows a power bottom wouldn't really care about that.

12. "I Knew You Were Trouble" by Taylor Swift

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Why it's definitely about bottoming:

"'Cause I knew you were trouble when you walked in

So shame on me now

Flew me to places I'd never been

'Til you put me down, oh

I knew you were trouble when you walked in

So shame on me now

Flew me to places I'd never been

Now I'm lying on the cold hard ground

Oh, oh, trouble, trouble, trouble

Oh, oh, trouble, trouble, trouble"

What this means: Taylor is clearly singing about "pump and dumping."

13. "Sweet Dreams" by Beyoncé

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What it's definitely about bottoming:

"You can be a sweet dream or a beautiful nightmare

Either way I, don't wanna wake up from you"

What this means: This song is about hooking up with someone for the first time and the mystery of not knowing how it's going to be. It could either be a "sweet dream" or a "beautiful nightmare."

14. "Break Free" by Ariana Grande

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Why it's definitely about bottoming:

"You were better, deeper

I was under your spell

Like a deadly fever, yeah, babe

On the highway to hell, yeah"

What this means: Ariana is singing about a really good top that a bottom must "break free" from. The struggle.

15. "A Whole New World"

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Why it's definitely about bottoming:

"Unbelievable sights

Indescribable feeling

Soaring, tumbling, freewheeling

Through an endless diamond sky

A whole new world

Don't you dare close your eyes

A hundred thousand things to see

Hold your breath - it gets better"

What this means: Behold, the ultimate bottom anthem. "A Whole New World" is an inspiring hymn to all new bottoms. A song all prospective bottoms need to hear. A very important part of gay culture.

All lyrics from AZ Lyrics.

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