Sounds like Katy Perry and John Mayer have a signature smooching song.
During the pop star's iTunes radio guest DJ stint, the 28-year-old singer revealed what tune gets her in the mood to make out with her hunky musician beau.
And turns out, she's a megafan of the "Started From the Bottom" singer.
"Who doesn't love Drake?," Perry said (as reported by MTV News). "Drake is so sensitive but yet still so cool. It's a very hard balance to find sometimes. Emotional guys that are sensitive but strong and Drake is definitely that kind of guy."
The "Roar" singer continued, sharing which of the rapper's songs turns her on.
"He [Drake] really hit home for on this next one called 'Hold On.' I think it's beautiful. It sounds a little bit like kind of old vibey Lionel Richie [or] The Weeknd. It's sexy as hell" the stunning singer said. "And I listen to it with my boyfriend [John Mayer], so I would suggest listening to it with whoever you wanna make out with."
Music is clearly a shared passion for the good-looking lovebirds, and the duo even recorded a duet together title "Who You Love," which is featured on Mayer's sixth studio album Paradise Valley (currently in stores).
"I've been a fan of John's for years before I got to actually kiss him," the "Fireworks" beauty gushed to E! News at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards. "But I've been such a fan, I think he's so incredibly talented and gifted and a genius songwriter. So to be a part of anything he was doing was just natural."
But Perry didn't only reveal her signature titillating tune during her guest DJ stint, she also shared which song makes her seriously want to shake her booty.
"We all have that one song which after a couple drinks, you can't help but shake it," she said. "That song for me is [Major Lazer's] 'Bubble Butt.' It's the song I like to get down to. I don't really even need to drink to get down to it. It's great."
Earlier this week, Katy released the second single from her forthcoming album Prism—the Juicy J-assisted "Dark Horse."
Her first single from the highly-anticipated record is currently at No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
Prism hits stores Oct. 22.