Listen to 'My Girl's Pussy,' a not-so-innocent song from 1931

Sit down, get comfortable -- yes, right there -- and enjoy "My Girl's Pussy."

Hey now, get your mind out of the gutter. "My Girl's Pussy" is a song recorded in 1931 by bandleader Harry Roy and his orchestra, the Bat Club Boys.

Ok, put your mind back in the gutter because this obviously isn't about cats. It's a dirty little ditty packed with double entendres.

Here's a look at the suggestive lyrics:

There's one pet I like to pet

And every evening we get set

I stroke it every chance I get

It's my girl's pussy

Seldom plays and never purrs

And I love the thoughts it stirs

But I don't mind because it's hers

My girl's pussy

Often it goes out at night

Returns at break of dawn

No matter what the weather's like

It's always nice and warm

It's never dirty, always clean

In giving thrills, never mean

But it's the best I've ever seen

Is my girl's pussy

Well, there you go.

One last note... In 1978, R. Crumb & his Cheap Suit Serenaders covered the song. (Yep, Robert Crumb the cartoonist.)

Here's that version:

(reddit)