October 26, 2012 13:23

Aerosmith's Steven Tyler: 'What's missing in the world is that people aren't getting laid enough'

Steven Tyler also reveals he refers to vaginas as "the holy grail"

Aerosmith's Steven Tyler: 'What's missing in the world is that people aren't getting laid enough'

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Aerosmith have said that the world would be a much better place if people made more time to get laid.

"What's missing in the world," singer Steven Tyler tells The Guardian, "Is that people don't get laid enough." He then makes the subtle assertion: "It's not just about coming and effing – it's about making love and unbridled passion. The world doesn't make love enough."

Referring to his defining female genitalia as "the holy grail" in his autobiography, he added: "I certainly do say that!" before dubbing the vagina as "a creative force".

Aerosmith are set to release their 15th LP - 'Music From Another Dimension!' – on November 6. It will feature both Johnny Depp and John Lennon's eldest son Julian.

Speaking about the tracks on the album, 'Love Three Times A Day' and 'Lover A lot," Tyler said: "I was reading the lyrics upstairs and I was thinking, there's a lot of love. And I got shameful for a minute and thought, We should be more socially relevant…I'm not socially relevant but I write about love and passion – and it's fun! It's what I think a rock'n'roll band should be."

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