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George Formby:When I'm Cleanin' Windows 2 Lyrics

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George Formby This song is performed by George Formby.
You've heard about my capers when windows I've to clean.
Now I'd like to tell you of a few more things I've seen

I've seen Miss Thompson in her flat take off her shoes her coat and hat
I've seen her take off more than that, when I'm cleaning windows.

At a ladies school I call, one girl flirts with me and all
I'm insured in case I fall, when I'm cleaning windows.

All day up this ladder I'm as busy as can be
It's not my fault I see a lot of things I shouldn't see

To overcrowded flats I've been, sixteen in one bed I've seen
With a lodger tucked up in between, when I'm cleaning windows

Old soldiers never die they say, now I don't want to pass away
I kick the bucket every day when I'm cleaning windows

Through working at such dizzy heights, I dream about my job at night
I polish my wife's thin gummy tights, and think I'm cleaning windows.

All day up this ladder I'm as busy as can be
It's not my fault I see a lot of things I shouldn't see

The newlyweds at number six, somehow the curtains they can't fix
They play some lovely parlour tricks,
When I' m cleaning windows

Now lots of girls I've had to jilt, for they admire the way I'm built
It's a good job I don't wear a kilt, when I'm cleaning windows.

At the coronation I'll commence to work where crowds are very dense
And let me stand for eighteen pence, instead of cleaning windows. .

All day up this ladder I'm as busy as can be
It's not my fault I see a lot of things I shouldn't see

At eight o'clock a girl she wakes, at five past eight a bath she takes.
At ten past eight my ladder breaks, when I'm cleaning windows.

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