Michael Becker / FOXAerosmith frontman Steven Tyler says that the world would be a better place if everyone had more ***.
"What's missing in the world is that people don't get laid enough," the singer tells U.K. newspaper The Guardian. "It's not just about coming and effing –- it's about making love and unbridled passion. The world doesn't make love enough."
Tyler adds that he feels that female ********* is "a creative force" and uses the band's 1989 hit "Love in an Elevator" as an example of how *** has helped his songwriting process. "Me and this girl, we were full on getting it on and, you know, it's a lifetime from the top to the bottom floor but suddenly the doors opened in the lobby and there were all these people –- not children, but, you know, people," explains Tyler. "I was like, 'Holy s**t!'"
Aerosmith's first new album of all-new material in 11 years, Music from Another Dimension!, will arrive in stores on November 6.
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