Bless 'Em All No. 2

Album: Bless 'Em All (1941)
  • Recorded by George Formby in February 1941, this is a revamped version of Fred Godfrey's "Bless 'Em All," although his name did not appear on the credits.
  • Running to 3 minutes 16 seconds, a re-mastered version was released in 2006 on a Formby compilation. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Alexander Baron - London, England, for above 2

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