Creepy Rock Songs About Young Girls You've Been Singing Along To Without Realizing
If these horrifyingly creepy songs about young girls were written today, they might not get radio play. Sociological standards have changed a lot since the days of Neil Diamond and The Doors, though. Elvis Presley fell in love with Priscilla Beaulieu when she was just 14-years-old, for example. Sure, it was definitely controversial back in the day but courting a minor didn't ruin his career.
Some of these rock songs are more stomach-churning than others, and some are just plain surprising. The Beatles were in their early 20s when they wrote “I Saw Her Standing There.” That song is about being in love with a 17-year-old girl. And Gene Simmons was almost 30 when he sang "Christine Sixteen." Despite the controversy surrounding a much older man obsessing about a much younger school girl (16-years-old), the song hit number 25 on the Billboard Hot 100, even though many radio stations refused to play the track.
Keep reading to see which voyeuristic songs were somehow socially acceptable. Vote below for the most disturbing songs about little girls that you've been singing along to (without realizing their creepy lyrics and context).
Itsy Bitsy Titsy Girl
Oh my itsy bitsy titsy
So young and so unused
Now itsy bitsy titsy
Plays a mean hop-scotch
As she does her little ditty
I can stare at her crotch
Actually every lyric is pretty gross.
I can see that you're fifteen years old
No I don't want your ID
You look so restless and you're so far from home
But it's no hanging matter
It's no capital crime
Good Morning Little School Girl
Good morning little schoolgirl, can I come home with you?
Tell your mama and your papa I'm a little schoolboy too
She's' been around, but she's young and clean
I've got to have her, can't live without her, whoa no
Christine sixteen, Christine sixteen
Hey well I'm the friendly stranger in the black sedan won't you hop inside my car
I got pictures, got candy I am a lovable man I'd like to take you to the nearest star
Never gonna stop, give it up, such a dirty mind
I always get it up, for the touch of the younger kind