How Beyonce and Jay-Z Keep Marriage Hot

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If you ever wondered how Beyonce and Jay Z keep the heat in their marriage, all you have to do is check out Beyonce's video for her latest single, "Drunk in Love."

Just a week after the singer surprised the world with her fifth album to debut at No. 1, the lead single "Drunk in Love," featuring her husband Jay Z, opened at No. 2 on the R&B/Hip Hop chart.

The sexually suggestive single displays a side of Beyonce - or is it Sasha Fierce - hasn't shown for a while.

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Discussing the song on her iTunes radio recently, Beyonce said, "We shot in Miami last summer. The shoot was extremely effortless and spontaneous. We completely captured the energy of the song."

Scantily clad in a sheer negligee that reveals her bra and panties beneath, Beyonce is seen alternately twerking and rolling around in the surf on a moonlit beach as she sings, "We be all night, in love, in love" and "Daddy, I want you."

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The rest of the song's lyrics are enough to make you blush. Just check out the bridge:

We woke up in the kitchen saying "How the hell did this s*** happen?" oh baby Drunk in love, we be all night Last thing I remember is our Beautiful bodies grinding off in that club Drunk in love

Later, Jay Z joins her on the sand with a rap that is too sexy for this blog.

Here's a snippet of the video:

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