But really it's the slow-build, guitar-rock sex anthem "Ball and Biscuit. And although breathiness can be a cop-out for a lesser vocalist, here it holds everything together. The xx, "Crystalised" As you listen to that galloping drumbeat, you can't help but feel wrapped up in a sort of race. He recalled that hot, insouciant loner who skipped class to smoke and stared at your year-old self in a way that made it hard to swallow — irresistible, yet ultimately unknowable. Telepopmusik, "Breathe" Sexy downtempo electronica was all the rage in the early '00s, but rarely did it get sexier than French duo Telepopmusik's "Breathe. Any abbreviated remix or radio edit is the disco equivalent of premature ejaculation. Massive Attack, "Teardrop" There are songs for sex and there are songs for sharing your body and soul with your beloved through the sacred act of lovemaking. Years later, "Rise" remains a staple of late-night smooth jazz radio playlists, solidifying its baby-makin' status. This song is spooky, yes, with Morrison singing about a killer on the road and his brain squirming like a toad. With each waltzy measure, every slide across the guitar, the whole song threatens to dissolve into thin air — but stays grounded under the weight of Sandoval's impossibly sultry voice. Maybe so, but if it came out today, every music supervisor in town would still be trying to license the hell out of it. British singer-songwriter Beth Orton's shimmering electro-folk ballad perfectly captures the thrill of that moment, when a hot new romance makes everything feel possible. The Rolling Stones, "Beast of Burden" The Stones get more ageist hate than any other still-rocking legends out there for one reason, and one reason only: Add to the mix its black and white video, directed by legendary fashion photographer Herb Ritts and starring model Helena Christensen and Isaak frolicking around in their undergarments on a beach — who needs color when you have this sexy concoction? It's a confession of instinctive, indiscriminate desire, with a message that's casual, clear and speaks to let's face it what's on most of our minds. Let the seduction begin. Even if not all our choices give you the warm 'n' tinglies, we hope you find some fodder here for your Valentine's Day playlist.