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George Formby - Chinese Laundry Blues Lyrics

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  • Now Mr. Wu was a laundry man in a shop with an old green door.
  • He'll iron all day your linen away, he really makes me sore.
  • He's lost his heart to a Chinese girl and his laundry's all gone wrong.
  • All day he'll flirt and scorch your shirt, that's why I'm singing this song.
  • Oh Mr. Wu, what shall I do, I'm feeling kind of Limehouse Chinese Laundry Blues.
  • This funny feeling keeps round me stealing
  • Oh wont you throw your sweetheart over do.
  • My vest's so short that it won't fit my little brother.
  • And my new Sunday shirt has got a perforated rudder.
  • Mr. Wu, what shall I
  • I'm feeling kind of Limehouse Chinese Laundry Blues.
  • Now Mr. Nu, he's got a naughty eye that flickers.
  • You ought to see it wobble when he's ironing ladies blouses.
  • Mr. Wu, what shall I do, I'm feeling kind of Limehouse Chinese Laundry Blues.
  • Now Mr. Wu, he's got a laundry kind of tricky,
  • He'll starch my shirts and collars but he'll never touch my waistcoat..
  • Mr. Wu, what shall I do, I'm feeling kind of Limehouse Chinese Laundry Blues.

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