By: Dennis Flemion, Jimmy Flemion

Original Performance: The Frogs
Written by: Dennis Flemion, Jimmy Flemion

Live Versions:
  1. Homos
Homos [Live version (a)]:

from July 15, 1995 version

My Mom was always wondering why I was into sports
My Mom was always wondering why I was staying after school
I'm into sports, Mom, and I'm in the locker room with the boys
I'm in the shower and I drop the soap every time
Homos uh huh uh huh uh huh
Homos, no-one knows a homo like you
We love homos

Lesbians are cool
And straights are fools
Lesbians rule their scene
But the homos are the coolest of the cools
Homos uh huh uh huh uh huh

They never knock at my front door
They never ring on the phone
They always come through the window
Through the back door
Through the throat
Homos uh huh uh huh uh huh
The Song:

On July 11, 1995, Beck played two sets at Lollapalooza, one rock one on the main stage, one folk one over on a side stage During his folk set, he invited The Frogs out (who were not part of the Lollapalooza tours but I guess showed up that day?). They performed a short medley of "I've Got Drugs Out Of The Mist" and "Homos," both songs by The Frogs.

Both of these songs appear on The Frogs' album, It's Only Right And Natural.

Beck sampled a third song from the album, "I Don't Care If U Disrespect Me," on "Where It's At" too (the "that was a good drum break" line).

Played live once:
July 15, 1995