1 Way To Romance Your Partner The Minute You Walk In The Bedroom

All in one playlist. That's deliciously convenient.

This playlist from Spotify is a compilation of the top 10 modern songs people are listening to in the bedroom.

Don't worry about scrambling around at the last minute and spoiling the mood. Spotify has just made your love life easier.  Just press play and let the magic happen. The list contains modern tracks ranging from Coldplay to Hozier to The XX. 

So you don't pay attention to the music in the background? Might be fun to start.

In 2012, Spotify commissioned a psychologist to study the link between music, romance and seduction.

The study was conducted by music psychologist, Dr. Daniel Müllensiefen from Goldsmiths, University of London

According to the doctor, based on neuroscience research, music can activate the same pleasure centers of the brain that respond to sex.  


During the study, 40 percent of those surveyed said that when in bed with someone, music aroused them more than touch.

So if you want to get lucky, maybe try playing some music in bed. 

We've already got the list of modern songs above for you to choose from, but that'll change every year. So here are the three top bedroom soundtracks of all time.

1. "Dirty Dancing"

Don't argue, it's science. The study also notes that "Dirty Dancing" was chosen by both women and men. 

2. "Sexual Healing" by Marvin Gaye

"Music that gets us in the mood all possess the same qualities including a greater dynamic range, more use of the high chest voice, more raspiness in the voice and less use of vocal vibrato," Müllensiefen said in the study's press release.


And that's exactly what Marvin Gaye's secret was in his album "Let's Get It On."

3. "Bolero" by Ravel

People might be surprised that "Bolero" is so high on the list, but it actually makes a lot of sense.

"It has the perfect structure – it's 17 minutes long, the right length for a sex episode and it builds in dynamics constantly to a huge crescendo. Rhythmically it is repetitive and features two melodies which spiral over and over," Müllensiefen told The Independent.

There's even one song that people said was better than sex. (What?)

During the study they found that one out of three people could name a track better than sex. The most popular pick?  "Bohemian Rhapsody."

That song is everything. 

So don't worry, if you're not currently "gettin' any." Just put a Queen album, listen to that song and you'll be more than happy.