A subcommittee hearing took an unexpectedly amorous turn Wednesday, as lawmakers from both parties began invoking Marvin Gaye’s sultry tunes.

At a House Financial Services Committee hearing on workplace discrimination, Rep. Al GreenAlexander (Al) N. GreenThe nearly 60 Dems who voted for impeachment House rejects Democrat's resolution to impeach Trump Pelosi, Hoyer: Now is not the time to consider impeachment MORE (D-Texas) said he was excited to begin probing the matter at the nation’s financial regulators. He decided to convey that enthusiasm by citing the Motown legend’s most famous song.

When it comes to uncovering discrimination, Green said, “Let’s get it on.”

“I trust the ranking member’s context is significantly different for this hearing,” said Rep. Patrick McHenry (R-N.C.), who chaired the hearing, after Green invoked the infamous intimacy anthem.

But appreciation for Gaye prompted a rare moment of bipartisanship at the occasionally contentious hearing.

Shortly after that exchange, McHenry congratulated Rep. Sean Duffy (R-Wis.), who welcomed the seventh child to his family earlier this month.

“I guess we like Marvin Gaye in Wisconsin,” responded Duffy.