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21. Looking For Mugs In The Strand - George Formby Sr.
Chorus: I'm looking for mugs in The Strand, I'll find one before I've gone far. It's as easy as winking to find 'em, That's if you just know where they are. I'll defy Scotland Yard men to catch me, I've got ways they don't understand. 'Cos while the detectives are looking for me, I'll be looking for mugs in The Strand.
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22. It Must Be The Clothes I'm Wearing - George Formby Sr.
Chorus: And it must be the clothes that I'm wearing, That sets all the pretty girls staring. It must be my smile, my best Sunday tile, That makes all the other swells copy my style. So, if you want to be smart and stylish, And shine in society. Take the address of my tailor, Then you'll be a swell like me.
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23. Animal Language - George Formby Sr.
Chorus: Said the old pig, 'How's your brother I ain't seen him round about.' 'He's been very poorly lately,' said the sow 'But I'm pleased to say he's better, Though we all thought he would die Our old farmer cured him - yes he's bacon now.'
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24. The Bells Were Ringing - George Formby Sr.
My name is John Willie, the youngest of ten, There's five of us girls and five of us men. There's mother at life, she might 'ave 'ad more, But pa ran away with Livvy, next door. And the bells were ringing the old year out, And the new year in.
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25. My Grandfather's Clock - George Formby Sr.
My Grandfather's Clock was a Waterbury Watch, It could live 90 days without food. With a silk 'at on its 'ead and my father's Macintosh, It was dressed up like a Piccadilly Dude. It was kept in the hall, 'Till the cup-board got too small, And we had no place the food, for to stock. So the butter and the heggs, And the little mutton legs: We kept them in me Grandfather's Clock.
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26. Walker Walked Away - George Formby Sr.
Chorus: Walker walked away, for he couldn't stay Walker walked away, and he didn't say 'Good day' He left them in the lurch standing in the church With the fee unpaid, and the best Bridesmaid Walker walked away.
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27. One Of The Boys - George Formby Sr.
I mix with some boys who put on lots of side, They're known as 'The Boys' and and they're what you'd call 'wide'. They came to our 'ouse about three months ago, They 'aven't gone yet but I don't mind, you know. Chorus: 'Cos, we understand one an'other, 'cos I am one of the boys. They sleep in my bed whilst I sleep on the floor, They eat all my food while I'm 'ungry, oh Lor, And the...
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28. When Father Said He'd Pay The Rent - George Formby Snr.
The 'ouse that we are livin' in, it's never cost a cent, Although Pa's lived there twenty years, 'e's never paid the rent. But one day 'e told mother, that he thought it time 'e did, The shock so upset mother that she fainted with the kids. The canary fell down off it's perch and murmered, 'Goodbye all!" The pictures from the nails all slipped and tumbled off the wall.
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29. Playing The Game In The West - George Formby Sr.
Since I've been in London, it's easy to see, There's no other johnny looks smarter than me. I'm going the pace, that means playing the game, I'm one one of those gay-dogs that's got a bad name. I'm what folks would call a dare-devil, you know, No sooner an argument, than it's a blow. I've seen better days, still I don't care a sou, I've gone to the dogs and you know what it's...
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30. Since I Had A Go At My Dumbells - George Formby Sr.
Chorus: Since I've had a go at my dumb-bells When I do a midnight flit I carry on my head the pianner and the bed The missus knows she's safe when I lift 'er on deck With the top of the table in my teeth And my dumb-bells round my neck.
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