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Rewinding the Charts: In 1985, Sheena Easton Sexed Up Pop With ‘Sugar Walls’

In 1985, the Scottish singer's suggestive 'Sugar Walls,' written by Prince, topped the Dance Club Songs chart and helped spawn the Parental Advisory labeling system.

"It was such a great groove, even in the demo," says Sheena Easton of her double-entendre-laden hit "Sugar Walls." The Scottish singer says she didn't "think about image" when recording the sultry drum- and keyboard-driven cut, which was written by Prince. "I was just focused on the music."