No series named “Dirty Ditties” would be complete without naming ZZ Top. Those Texas blues-rockers never had a double-entendre they didn’t love.
Founded and fronted by Billy Gibbons, ZZ Top was a well respected band that got their breakthrough in the early eighties with their album Afterburner and their hit “Sharp Dressed Man.” They even got a cameo in Back to the Future Part III. (Look for their signature long beards.)
Along with their naughty gems, “Woke up with Wood” (gee, what could that mean?) and “Tube Snake Boogie,” is one that needs no introduction. Since The Loftus Party is a PG-13 site, if you need explanation, I’d recommend checking out Urban Dictionary.