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The Window Cleaner No. 2

by

George Formby



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According to The George Formby Society, "The Window Cleaner (No 2)" was recorded March 21, 1937 on the Regal Zonophone label, hot on the heels of the original, "When I'm Cleaning Windows". Credited to the same writers - Fred E. Cliffe, Harry Gifford and Formby himself - it is essentially more of the same. (thanks, Alexander Baron - London, England)
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