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The Lonely Island – No Homo lyrics

Hey man...
Dood your looking pretty swoll have you been working out?
Uhh yeah! Why you looking?
Ohh no not like that man I mean no homo... Ohhh no homo coooooooool

When you want to compliment a friend, nohomo
But you don't want that friendship to end, no homo
To tell a dood just how you feel nohomo
Just say nohomo so he knows the deal no homo
Yo man you got a fresh style. No homo
And you know you got the best smile nohomo
Your girlfriend is a lucky lady nohomo
With your looks you'd make a handsome baby nohomo
I like the way your soulders fill out that shirt nohomo
It's hard to pullit off but you make it work nohomo
Hey yo I kinda like your natural sent nohomo
Hey I kinda like the musical rent nohomo
Man I can't decide who wore it best nohomo- —

I admitted I'm a fasionesta nohomo
And I know everyline of mystic pizza nohomo

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