I Wanna Be A Homosexual

Album: Kill The Musicians (1995)
  • I've got a little lisp, and I've been working on my limp wrist.
    Women are a drag, I think I want to be a faggot, man.
    A mincing ninny, prancing fairy, merry little queen.
    A Bruce Labruce wet dream, a Nancy Boy with wings.

    I want to be, I want to be a homosexual.
    I want to be, I want to be a homosexual.
    I want to be, I want to be a homosexual.
    I want to be

    Shock the middle class, take it up your punk rock ass.
    You rub your little thing, when you see phony dykes in Penthouse magazine.
    So what's the difference Mr. Cream Rinse, yuo just need a man.
    A beefy leather fag, to take you out in drag oh yeah.

    I want to be, I want to be a homosexual.
    I want to be, I want to be a homosexual.
    I want to be, I want to be a homosexual.
    I want to be

    Call me a faggot, call me a butt loving, fudge packing queer.
    But I don't care 'cause it's the straight in straight-edge,
    that makes me wanan drink a beer and be a pansy, and be a homo.

    Shock the middle class, take it up your punk rock ass.
    You rub your puny thing, when you see studs with tight jeans ass you on the street.
    Who wears short shorts? You wear short shorts.
    You're so full of shit
    Why don't you admit that you don't have the balls to be a queer.

    I want to be, I want to be a homosexual.
    I want to be, I want to be a homosexual.
    I want to be, I want to be a homosexual.
    I want to be a homosexual. Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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