Baby-making sex is exciting—of course!—but with all the necessary "When am I ovulating this month?” and temperature taking, it can feel a little predictable. And not always super sexy.

Maybe it’s time to spice things up in the bedroom. To us, that means John Legend and Norah Jones need to join you guys STAT.?

Why? Because according to a study by neuroscientist Dr. Daniel J. Levitin, couples who listen to music together have 67 percent more sex.

So press play on our sexy baby-making playlist on Spotify (it’s free to listen to!) and you’ll get all the mojo you need to produce the best collaboration yet: a perfect little human.

We hope this playlist helps you both relax and enjoy the moment. If you’re listening on the free version of Spotify, just be sure to let the 30-second ad play out before you get the party started. Because—no interruptions, please! ✋

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