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Courtney Love Schools Lana Del Rey on Her "Heart-Shaped Box"; Top Five Songs About Vaginas

Courtney Love is a drama queen. There is no denying that. So when we heard that Lana Del Rey performed her own rendition of Nirvana's "Heart-Shaped Box," we knew the songstress wouldn't be left unscathed. And yesterday afternoon, the ever-so-classy Courtney Love took to the Twitter-verse to give Miss Del Rey a little history lesson on -- what else? -- her crotch. The lady parts sung about in "Heart-Shaped Box," yeah, "box," those belong to Love, apparently. Love has since deleted her cunty tweets (yes, pun intended), but thanks to the folks at Stereogum, we've still got the screenshots.

Just as Kurt Cobain's tune may have been inspired by Courtney's area down under, there is no shortage of songs that pay homage to woman bits. Take a look at our list of the top five songs about vaginas.

5. "Wynona's Big Brown Beaver" - Primus
"Wynona loved her big brown beaver/And she stroked him all the time/She pricked her finger one day and it/Occurred to her she might have a porcupine."

4. "Sugar Walls" - Sheena Easton
"Blood races to your private spots/Lets me know there's a fire/You can't fight passion when passion is hot/Temperatures rise inside my sugar walls/Let me take you somewhere you've never been/I could show you things you've never seen/I could make you never wanna fall in love again/Come spend the night inside my sugar walls."

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Betsey Denberg

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