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Jonny McGovern’s Theme Song for Bottoms Who Rule the Boudoir

We’re so happy to see Jonny McGovern has grown beyond his “gay pimp” reputation — yet stayed true to his roots as a raunchy lyricist. We can’t say his new single “Bossy Bottom” is McGovern’s best work, but really, how many odes to pillow biting are out there? This is a national treasure.

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13 Comments

  • wmcarpenter

    Sequined Tie.

  • FakeName

    The sequined tie is something of a trademark.

  • FakeName

    Linda James is wearing the worst wig ever.

  • Kree

    FakeName – I think she borrowed it from Sophia La”hot tranny mess”Marr.

    To the writer of this article, this is hardly a new single, the video itself has been in production for over a year!

  • Cam

    Hmm, my guess is that ABC TV will not be showing this video.

  • GeoffM

    Love it! I was lucky enough to interview JM for my podcast and he is just the sweetest, funniest guy. Love the vid, thanks Queerty!

  • Fitz

    This song came out like 3 or 4 years ago.

  • Carl

    stupid

  • MacH

    Seriously. This is an old song. I’ve had it on my iPod for years.

    Maybe the music video is new, but the song? Nope.

  • FakeName

    The song is included on McGovern’s album Gays Gone Wild which dropped on iTunes May 2007. As Kree mentioned, he’s been working on the video for the last year.

  • FakeName

    BTW, I’m happy that he didn’t release a wimped-out, ready-for-Logo video with all the naughty words blanked out or replaced, the way he did for “Somethin’ For the Fellas (That Like the Fellas)” and “Bon’t Fall in Love With a Homo”.

  • CHIP1218

    Jonny McGovern just released this video today, he had planned on releasing it earlier but there were production issues. Yes, the song itself has been around for awhile, but not the video.

  • Bad Touch Football

    Le Sigh. If this weren’t specifically marketed to the mo’s, this “artist” wouldn’t be anywhere. Another helping of mediocre crap being cleverly marketed into the guise of a good song.

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