Songs for Spankings

Bad Boys Get Spanked for those who haven’t heard it is a mixed tape “keeper” from the ’80s.  While I won’t say it’s my favorite song, but were it to be sung by a man…boy, that’d be just great.

Below are a few little Spanking-related ditties that I thought Cornertime Confidential readers would appreciate seeing, hearing, and loving, too.

YOU’RE NOT SUPPOSED TO DO THAT

YOU KNOW YOU’RE NOT ALLOWED TO

BUT YOU SEEM TO GET SOME KIND OF KICK

OUT OF DOING WHAT YOU’RE NOT ALLOWED TO

 

YOU DELIBERATELY DEFY THE RULES

‘CAUSE THE LAW’S UPHELD BY FOOLS

S*** ON THAT

BAD BOYS GET SPANKED”


Thanks for thinking of others, Crissy, “Bad Boys Get Spanked….unnnh!”

While the lyrics are not particularly complex, the sentiments are well-appreciated.

As I write this, I began thinking about another song that is also more precisely about Spanking boys’ bottoms.  It’s a 1960’s ska tune from the Caribbean called “Licking Stick” by Desmond Dekker:

“Papa, papa, papa
Do not lick me with that
Mama, mama, mama
It licked too hot


Mama, mama, mama
Are you feeling sick/
Papa, papa licked me
With the licking stick!’

 

Both black and fraid and warm

I was brought up to respect them

Since the day that I was bornOne came here for minglin’

It’s been handed down for years

The other one was ordered from

A catalogue at Sears

When my mama read to me

Well, I was well into my teens

And I thought all the other one was for

Was to hold up Daddy’s jeans

Till I told a lie and learned

It had another purpose too

And behind the shed, my Daddy said

Does it hurt me more than you?

‘Cause one had my Daddy’s name on it

The other said King James

With love they taught us lessons

But we feared them both the same

One led us to heaven

And the other hurt like hell

But those were the days when kids were raised

With a bible and a belt

I remember when I was twelve

I stole a dime store comic book

And how mama read what the scripture said

To take back what I took

When I refused my Daddy took

My arm and said “Come on!”I needed more, he knew than just Matthew

Mark, Luke and John

Sometimes it made me cry

Sometimes it made me frightened mad

I wish I’ve been raised without them

Like some other children had

But now I’m grown with kids of my own

And I know just how they felt

And though it seems to me that what the world still needs

Is a Bible and a belt

‘Cause one had my Daddy’s name on it

The other said King James

With love they taught us lessons

But we feared them both the sameOne led us to heaven

And the other hurt like hell

But those were the days when kids were raised

With a bible and a belt

A bible and a belt

 

Songwriters: Phillip Coleman / Rory Lee Feek
Bible and a Belt lyrics © Ole Media Management Lp




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