"Hollywood Freaks" as written by and John King Beck Hansen....
Hot milk
Mm, tweak my nipple
Champagne and ripple
Shamans go cripple
My sales go triple
We drop lobotomy beats
Evaporated meats
On high-tech streets
We go solo
Dance floors and talk shows
Hot dogs, 'No Doz'
Hot sex in back rows

I want to know what makes you scream
Be your twenty million dollar fantasy
Treat you real good
Expensive jeans
Hollywood freaks on the Hollywood scene

Touch it real good if you want a piece
Party people know I'm that type of freak

People look so snooty
Take pills make them moody
Automatic bzooty
Zero to tutti fruitti
Sex in the halls
Niagara Falls
Local shopping malls receive
Anonymous calls
Hot like a cheetah
Neon mamacita
Eat at tacoria
Pop lockin' beats from Korea
Looking like jail bait
Selling lots of real estate
Looking like a hot date
Banging like and 808

Do you want to feel this?
Do you want to feel this?

Norman Schwartzkoff
Something tells me you want to go home
Champagne, Bibles
Custom clothes you own
Calling up from special area codes
Hollywood nun with the Hollywood phones
I got nothing to do nowhere to go
I'll tell you what you want
If you want to know
Satin sheets
Tropical oils
Turn up the heat
Till the swimming pool boils
Let all the neighbors
Read it in the papers
Making all those gentlemen cry
Realistic tears

Jockin' my Mercedes
Probably have my baby
Shop at Old Navy
He wish he was a lady

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"Hollywood Freaks" as written by John King Beck Hansen

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    General CommentI'd say out of all of the Beck songs I've heard, this one has the funniest lyrics.
    YanYan108on May 11, 2006   Link
  • +1
    General CommentIt's "HEMAHNUUNNN!"

    Here's the story: The phrase Beck is shouting throughout the song is "He my nun!" Apparently, the band heard it on an Ice Cube record, and when Beck broke it out one day, it made them all laugh. It caught on. As Beck tells it, "We were listening to an Ice Cube song on the bus and he's always going 'HEEMAHNUNNN!!!!' We thought he was saying, 'He's my nun.' So on 'Hollywood Freaks,' I start the song with 'HEE-MAH-NUNNN' and you can hear a couple of the guys in the background busting up."

    ---From Whiskeyclone.net

    I love this song and know every word! I've been trying to teach my friend the lyrics, but she's having some trouble. (:
    wilcofan_on March 13, 2009   Link
  • 0
    General Commenthahahahahahahahahahahahaha....so friggin' hilarious! That's to you all you stupid actors, actresses, pop stars, rappers, ETC.!! hahahaha!!
    Whiffeton June 05, 2003   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis song /is/ hilarious. It's choc full of pop-mocking references.
    But one question--what's an 808?

    Boy, I feel stupid. :\
    SINKINGx3HEARTSon December 11, 2005   Link
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    General CommentSinking: an 808 is a drum machine, one of the first, I think. It's used a lot in electronica and hip hop.

    And don't feel stupid-how many people know drum machines, no less by their model number?
    pro-voiceon December 15, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentTrue, true. Thank you. I feel informed. :]
    SINKINGx3HEARTSon December 16, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General Commentshop at old navy!
    so funny.
    i love youuuuu beck.
    subterranean_summeron December 18, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General Comment"Banging like a 808" awsome stuff, funny song !
    Geordieon January 06, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentGreat, funny song. I'm still wondering, though, what is that person saying in that repeated sound effect? It sounds something like "HEEMMAANUUNNN!!!!!"
    MickeyPhillyon April 15, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThis song is hillarious, my favorite line has to be "automatic bizooty" because rhyming words that end in -ooty is always hillarious. There are no legitimate words that end in -ooty. Also, i think the repeated sample is someone slurring "he's my dawg" really badly.
    slavish1on October 11, 2006   Link

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