I'm The Ukulele Man

Album: Golden Greats (1940)
  • George Formby was indeed the Ukulele Man. This song, written by Roger MacDougall, appears in the 1940 film Spare A Copper in which George plays George Carter, a police officer and typically hapless Formby character.
  • The song includes snatches of the nursery rhyme "Boys And Girls Come Out To Play." >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Alexander Baron - London, England, for above 2

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