Kevin at a party
Have a lot of fun
Boozing and a-cruising
Dance with everyone

A knocking at the door
Rat-ta-ta-ta-tat
Harry goes to answer
Harry regrets that

Four villains want to enter
Their invites don't exist
Harry, he gets shoved aside
And Harry don't resist

British justice, it don't exist
British justice, it don't exist

Now Kevin sees the incident
Politely intervenes
Explains that they're not welcome
Quite reasonably, it seems

But the villains then are grinning
All across their evil face
Happy at the panic
They spread throughout the place

Their breath, it smells of whiskey
Their hearts are set on war
But Kevin isn't Harry
And Kevin takes no more

And they are looking to him
[?]
Four baddies and one goody
Well, the odds were hardly fair

Two of them, they hold him down
The other two just kick
And people stand there staring
Caroline, she's sick

They beat him to a pulp
And leave him mangled on the floor
They wiped the smile of his face
And Kevin laughed no more

British justice, it don't exist
British justice, it don't exist

And one week later, Kev returned
We went to visit him
My stomach, it turned over
When I saw the state he's in

His eyes were closed and swollen
His face was kind of scarred
His mother wouldn't even
Recognise him anymore

The rest of us, we want revenge
But Kevin makes a vow
We'll meet him in the law court
British justice will prevail

So, courtroom confrontation
The order of the day
The social worker circus
They had their silly say

Have mercy, your honour
These boys are really good
They're not really evil
No, they're just misunderstood

Your honour was a decent man
Who'll make you walk the line
He just gave them ticking off
And sixty dollar fine

British justice, it don't exist
British justice, it don't exist

Who has mercy on the victim?


Lyrics submitted by BrutalBart

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