"Cousin In The Bronx" as written by and Andrew White Charles Richard Wilson....
My cousin in the Bronx
He knows everyone
And he said start the revolution without me
I'll definitely be at the next one
My cousin in the Bronx

I should probably get a taxi home
Especially around this time of night
Never stay out of the party
Forever more than a record now

My cousin in the Bronx
He knows everyone
And he said start the revolution without me
I've got to cut my hair

My cousin in the Bronx
He knows everyone
And he said start the revolution without me
I'll definitely be at the next one
My cousin in the Bronx

Why am I always the last one to leave
Walking home with my Saturday clothes on
You can print that on the posters
It can get last in the gasters

My cousin in the Bronx
He knows everyone
And he said start the revolution without me
I've got to cut my hair

My cousin in the Bronx
He knows everyone
And he said start the revolution without me
I'll definitely be at the next one
My cousin in the Bronx


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"Cousin in the Bronx" as written by Charles Richard Wilson Andrew White

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