George Formby – When I’m Cleaning Windows Ukulele Chords

Here you can find ukulele chords and tabs of "When I'm Cleaning Windows" by George Formby. Get ready and start playing When I'm Cleaning Windows on your ukulele.

Need a new ukulele?

When I'm Cleaning Windows Ukulele Chords

Tip: Change text size by pressing A- | A+ for best experience.

Now I go cleaning windows to earn an honest bob
For a nosey parker it’s an interesting job
Now it’s a job that just suits me a window cleaner you will be
If you could see what I can see when I’m cleaning windows

The honeymooning couples too
you should see them bill and coo
You’d be surprised at things they do,
when I’m cleaning windows

In my profession I work hard but I’ll never stop
I’ll climb this blinking ladder ’til I get right to the top
The blushing bride she looks divine,
the bridegroom he is doing fine
I’d rather have his job than mine
when I’m cleaning windows

The chambermaid sweet names I call it’s a wonder I don’t fall
My mind’s not on my work at all
when I’m cleaning windows

I know a fellow such a swell he has a thirst it’s plain to tell
I’ve seen him drink his bath as well when I’m cleaning windows

In my profession I work hard but I’ll never stop
I’ll climb this blinking ladder ’til I get right to the top
Pyjamas lying side by side ladies nighties I have spied
I’ve often seen what goes inside when I’m cleaning windows

Now there’s a famous talkie queen looks a flapper on the screen
She’s more like eighty than eighteen, when I’m cleaning windows
She pulls her hair all down behind then pulls down her never mind
And after that pulls down the blind when I’m cleaning windows

In my profession I work hard but I’ll never stop
I’ll climb this blinking ladder ’til I get right to the top
An old maid walks around the floor, she’s so fed up one day I’m sure
She’ll drag me in and lock the door when I’m cleaning windows

when I’m cleaning windows

Pop
What's Next?
Play other George Formby Ukulele Chords.
Or play Top 15 ukulele chords on ukulelearn↓
  1. The Best Part Ukulele Chords
  2. Cover Me Up Ukulele Chords
  3. Glimpse of Us Ukulele Chords
  4. Something in the Way Ukulele Chords
  5. Vienna Ukulele Chords
  6. Tek It Ukulele Chords
  7. Meteor Shower Ukulele Chords
  8. Flower Shops Ukulele Chords
  9. Easy on Me Ukulele Chords
  10. This Is Home Ukulele Chords
  11. Halleys Comet Ukulele Chords
  12. When I Am Cleaning Windows Ukulele Chords
  13. Visiting Hours Ukulele Chords
  14. Double Take Ukulele Chords
  15. Try A Little Kindness Ukulele Chords

When I'm Cleaning Windows UKULELE CHORDS (George Formby) | ukulelearn

About When I'm Cleaning Windows

Artist and Song: George Formby - When I'm Cleaning Windows
Album: Keep Your Seats, Please (Soundtrack)
Genre: Pop
Year: 1936
Difficulty: Hard
Tuning: G C E A
Key: G
Chords: [G], [A7], [D], [C], [E7], [G7], [B7], [D7]
Strumming: D - DU - DU - DU

About George Formby - When I'm Cleaning Windows Ukulele Chords & Strumming Pattern

"When I'm Cleaning Windows" is a song by Pop artist George Formby. It was released in 1936 on the album, titled "Keep Your Seats, Please (Soundtrack)". When I'm Cleaning Windows is considered under Pop genre.
  • The original key of When I'm Cleaning Windows is G.
  • D - DU - DU - DU is the suggested strumming pattern for this George Formby song.
  • [G], [A7], [D], [C], [E7], [G7], [B7], [D7] are the ukulele chords for playing When I'm Cleaning Windows with the original key (G) on ukulele.
  • Click here to start playing When I'm Cleaning Windows on your ukulele now.

What Are The Chords For When I'm Cleaning Windows On Ukulele?

You will play the [G], [A7], [D], [C], [E7], [G7], [B7], [D7] ukulele chords while playing When I'm Cleaning Windows with your ukulele in the G key, original tone of the song.

How Do You Strum When I'm Cleaning Windows On Ukulele?

When I'm Cleaning Windows ukulele strumming pattern is D - DU - DU - DU. You can also try D (down) if the suggested pattern is hard for you.

Who Sings When I'm Cleaning Windows?

When I'm Cleaning Windows is performed by George Formby. It was first released on the album "Keep Your Seats, Please (Soundtrack)" in 1936.