Music Blog #2 – The Window Cleaner – George Formby

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It had to happen really didn’t it? In a blog from an Office Cleaning and Window Cleaning Company it was inevitable. You knew it was coming.

When I’m Cleaning Windows

Number 2 on our Music Blog Playlist is of course George Formby‘s classic comedy hit The Window Cleaner AKA When I’m Cleaning Windows.

The Window Cleaner first appeared in the 1936 film Keep Your Seats Please, and was so successful that it spawned a sequel, a song imaginatively called The Window Cleaner (No 2).

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George Formby The Window Cleaner

A dance mix of the song sampling only the first eight lines of George Formby’s original vocals from the first version of The Window Cleaner surfaced in the UK charts in December 1994. It wasn’t as good as the original Window Cleaner!

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4 responses to “Music Blog #2 – The Window Cleaner – George Formby

  1. Such a nice post. Keep up the good work.
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  2. haha, i love this video! so awesome:)
    good ideas, keep me posted more!

  3. What a great video. I love those old films. The window cleaner is a catchy tune.

  4. Who knows that the cleaning could be fun! I’ll play that song every time when I’m cleaning windows at home! Also I’m going to watch the movie ! Thank you !

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