My Perfect Cousin
Now [A] I've got a cousin called [E7] Kevin,
He's [A] sure to go to [E7] Heaven,
[G] always spotless, [D] clean and neat,
as [G] smooth as you [D] get 'em.
[A] He's got a fur lined sheepskin [E7] jacket,
[A] My ma says they cost a [E7] packet,
but [G] she won't even let [D] me explain,
that [G] me and Kevin, we just [D] look the same
|Oh, [A] my perfect [E7] cousin,
|what I [A] like to do he [E7] doesn't,
|[A] He's his family's [D] pride and joy,
|his [Db] mother's little golden [E7] boy.
He's [A] got a degree in eco[E7] nomics,
[A] maths, physics and bi[E7]onics,
He [G] thinks that I'm a [D] cabbage,
`cos [G] I hate "University [D]Challenge",
[A] Even at the age of [E7] ten,
[A] Smart boy Kevin was a smart boy [E7] then,
He [G] always beat me at "Sub[D]buteo",
`Cos [G] he flicked to kick, and I [D] didn't know.
His [A] mother bought a synthe[E7]sizer,
got the [A] Human League in to ad[E7]vise her,
[G] Now he's making [D] lots of noise,
[G] playing along with the [D] Art school boys,
[A] Girls try to attract his at[E7]tention,
[A] but what a shame, it's in vain, [E7] total rejection,
[G] he will never be [D] left on the shelf
'cos [G] Kevin, he's in [D] love with himself.