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CHINESE LAUNDRY BLUES (Jack Cottrell / George Formby) George Formby Also recorded by : Nat Gonella & His Georgians; Jim MacLeod. Now Mr. Woo was a laundry man In a shop with an old green door Heíd iron all day, your linen away He really makes me sore He lost his heart to a Chinese girl And his laundryís all gone wrong All day heíll flirt and starch your shirt And thatís why Iím singing this song Oh! Mr. Woo, what shall I do Iím feeling kind of Limehouse Chinese laundry blue This funny feeling keeps round me ceiling Oh wonít you throw your sweetheart over, do. My best silk shawl, now it wonít fit my little brother And my new Sunday shirt has got a perforated rudder Mr. Woo, what shall I do Iím feeling kind of Limehouse Chinese laundry blue Now Mr. Woo, heís got a naughty eye that flickers You ought to see it wobble when heís ironing ladies blouses Mr. Woo, what shall I do Iím feeling kind of Limehouse Chinese laundry blue. Now Mr. Woo, heís got a laundry kind of tricky, He starched my shirts and collars But he never touched me waistcoat Mr. Woo, what shall I do Iím feeling kind of Limehouse Chinese laundry blue (Instrumental Interlude) Mr. Woo, what shall I do Iím feeling kind of Limehouse Chinese laundry blue (Transcribed by Bill Huntley - November 2004)

    


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