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10 Bedroom Jams From The '90s That Made You Want To Get It On

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Regardless of what anybody says, the 90s was a decade of pure musical gold.

There were hundreds of thousands of tunes for any occasion, and that included when you were getting intimate with your special someone. Genres, tempos and beats differed depending on the artist, but they all managed to get the message across.

In honor of Valentine's Day, here are the top 10 bedroom jams that we wouldn't be surprised if you still listened to, to this day!

1. Savage Garden - "Truly Madly Deeply"

Iconic lyric: "I'll be your dream, I'll be your wish, I'll be your fantasy; I'll be your hope, I'll be your love, be everything that you need; I'll love you more with every breath, truly madly deeply do."

2. Spice Girls - "2 Become 1"

Iconic lyric: "I need some love like I never needed love before (Wanna make love to ya baby); I had a little love, now I'm back for more (Wanna make love to ya baby)."

3. TLC - "Red Light Special"

Iconic lyric: "If you want it tonight, I'll give you the red light special; All through the night."

4. Usher - "Nice & Slow"

Iconic lyric: "I just want to take it nice and slow (now baby tell what you wanna do with me)."

5. Boyz II Men - "I'll Make Love To You"

Iconic lyric: "And I'll hold you tight; Baby all through the night; I'll make love to you"

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