George Formby Song-book: Mister Wu's In The Airforce-1944
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Mister Wu's In The Airforce-1944
  Regal Zonophone MR3750 Formby/Latta

There's great excitement Limehouse way, Mr. Wu has gone they say.
Packing his laundry bag he said "Bye ye".
To the R.A.F. he went with glee, he said "Please you take-ee me".
Now he's flying way up in the sky.

He's in the Air Force is Mr. Wu, he's a rootin tootin' shootin' pilot too.
His Coat of Arms are painted rather tricky,
It's two stiff collars and a shirt that's got no elbow.

He looks O.K. in his uniform as you have guessed.
He chases women all day long and gives 'em no rest,
But his wife says as a night fighter he's one of the best.
He's in the Air Force now is Mr. Wu.

His Limehouse business now is closed, that had to lapse,
But still his laundry training, is handy, perhaps.
He used to stiffen collars, now he's stiff'ning the Japs.
He's in the Air Force now is Mr. Wu.

Our language so confuses him, he gets in a mix
When ordered on parade one day, gosh what a fix.
Instead of wearing camouflage he wore cami-knicks,
'Cause he's in the Air Force now is Mr. Wu.

He's in the Air Force is Mr. Wu, he's a rootin' tootin' shootin' pilot too.
His Coat of Arms is painted rather tricky,
It's two stiff collars and a shirt that's got no elbow.

He goes out with his lady friend, Sally May Wong.
They love to talk of aeroplanes, now don't get me wrong,
He's so keen on his work he takes his blueprints along.
'Cause he's in the Air Force now is Mr. Wu.
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