Conway Twitty is best known for his spoken word-style of love song, but in 1973, one tune went a little too far. 'You've Never Been This Far Before' became a No. 1 hit, despite being banned by several radio stations for lines like: "I don't know what I'm saying / As my trembling fingers touch forbidden places" and, "And as I taste your tender kisses / I can tell you've never been this far before." That lyric would still give many listeners something to talk about almost 40 years later.