George Formby Song-book: The Ukulele Man-1940
with lyrics and chords
A Complete(ish),George Formby Song-book also with PDF version for download.
The Ukulele Man-1940
Regal Zonophone MR 3358
Come on and hear my ukulele, come on and hear, come on and hear.
I give a demonstration daily, right over here, right over here.
Walk up, walk up chalk this one up to me, whenever I play the world goes gay
The Ukulele Man is here.
Im the Ukulele Man, come and listen if you can
The Children love to hear me play, they even make their mothers stay
And stand and listen all the day to the Ukulele Man
When I out with my little black case, the strangest things occur,
A lady smiled and asked me in, I stood and looked at her.
She said, "Oh doctor, look at this" to undress she began
I shut my eyes and shouted "Stop, I'm the Ukulele Man."
I'm the Ukulele Man, I'm the Ukulele Man
I'm not a doctor that's quite true, but I prescribe a tonic, too.
Just smile and you'll come smiling through with the Ukulele Man.
When I go out with my little black case, some people get me wrong.
A nice young lady said to me, I'm glad you came along,
I'd like to see your underwear, please show me all you can
I said, "You won't see none of mine, I'm the Ukulele Man".
I'm the Ukulele Man, Im the Ukulele Man
I'm not a salesman you can guess, but I sell something none the less,
So come and buy some happiness from the Ukulele Man.
When I go out with my little black case, the strangest jobs I get
A lady shouted out one day "Don't clean those windows yet,
I'm in my bath so go away" but promptly in I ran.
I'm not cleaning windows now, I'm the Ukulele Man.
I'm the Ukulele Man, I'm the Ukulele Man.
Though cleaning windows I refuse, I've got a happy piece of news
Ill come and clean up all your blues, I'm the Ukulele Man.
Boys and girls come out to play, for it is a lovely day
Leave your suppers and make hay hay with the Ukulele Man.
I'm the Ukulele Man