George Formby With His Ukelele, With Orchestra - I'm The Husband Of The Wife Of Mr. Wu download mp3 album
album Weekly Top. album Pop Hotlist. music noteChords for George Formby "I´m the husband of the wife of Mr. Wu" 1939. George Formby mr wu& in the air force. 1942 HITS ARCHIVE: Rose O’Day (The Filla-Ga-Dusha Song) - Freddy Martin (Eddie Stone & chorus, voc). Andy Sanella and his Orchestra "Lawd, you made the night too long" 1932. When I'm Cleaning Windows - George Formby.
George Formby - Mr Wu's A Window Cleaner Now. Extract Chords. The Wedding Of Mr. Wu - George Formby. When I'm Cleaning Windows" performed by the late and great Peter Sellers on ukulele. George Formby - With My Little Ukulele In My Hand. George Formby - In My Little Snapshot Album. Chords: Db. F. Eb. Bb. Dm.
George Formby - Mr. Wu's In The Air Force The War And Postwar Years - Disc D, 2006 02:46. Artist: George Formby George Formby and his Ukelele with Orchestra.
A Complete(ish) George Formby Ukulele Song-Book Lyrics and chords for guitar banjo etc, from American vernacular music. CONTENT WARNING George specialised in comic and novelty songs, many of which include double entendres, mild sexual innuendo and cultural and racial stereotyping which would struggle to get by today's politically correct censors. The inclusion of these songs is for historical and cultural study and should not be construed to imply that the publisher of this site agrees with or condones any.
Two ukuleles used by George Formby have fetched almost £24,000 at auction after being kept out of view for years. The Lancashire comedian was known for performing with his "little ukulele" and made the instrument famous. The Keech, played by Formby in his 1935 film No Limit, and Dallas D banjo were part of Formby fan George Johnson's collection until his death last year. Mr Johnson kept most of his Formby mementos hidden under his bed and in the attic so as not to anger his wife.
Текст песни: Mr. Wu no longer has a laundry. Mr. Sad to say the business was flop He shouted 'what a hope' as he chewed a bar of soap And then put up the shutters of the shop Said Mr. Wu, What shall I do? and Mr. Wu’s a window cleaner now. Wu’s a window cleaner now The laundry, it didn’t pay Now there’s no clean collars down Limehouse Way When he goes out working
The Window Cleaner Vol. 1. George Formby. George Formby, OBE (26 May 1904 – 6 March 1961), was a British actor, singer-songwriter and comedian. He sang light, comical songs, usually playing the ukulele or banjolele. He was a major star of stage and screen in the 1930s and '40s, when Formby became the UK's highest-paid entertainer. His songs such as "When I'm Cleaning Windows" were particularly popular during the Second World War (1939–45). When he and his wife travelled throughout the war, creating improvised lyrics to songs to fit the situation, they delighted their audiences.
|A1||I'm The Husband Of The Wife Of Mr. Wu|
|A2||Grandad's Flannelette Nightshirt|
|B1||Under The Blasted Oak|
|B2||Oh! You Have No Idea|