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Get past the intro, and this is the famous George Formby number - aimed directly at the American audience, where it made #9 in 1966 (it was never released as...
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Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Leaning On A Lamp Post · Herman's Hermits Herman's Hermits Retrospective ℗ 1987 ABKCO Music & Records, Inc. Rele...
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Leaning on a Lamppost By Robert Lindsay Me and My Girl (original broadway cast) Description sourced from Wikipedia. Scroll down for lyrics. Me and My Girl is...
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A look at the songs John, Paul and George wrote for other artists. With contribution from Paul McCartney, George Harrison, George Martin, Johnny Gentle, Bill...
From the film "Feather Your Nest" (1937) starring George Formby and Polly Ward. Composer: Noel Gay. This scene is set in a recording studio where George is s...
Leaning on a Lamp Post "I'm leaning on a lamp-post at the corner of the street, In case a certain little lady comes by." - lyric by Noel Gay, made famous by George Formby. Street art photographed from Geneva's Cornavin railway station while I was waiting for the Eurostar train to Lille.
"Leaning on a Lamp-post" is a popular song written by Noel Gay and best known in the version by George Formby. It was first performed in the 1937 film Feather Your Nest, in contrasting styles by Val Rosing and George Formby.
Leaning post and its own shadow on a brick wall in south London. In an urban landscape of angles and diagonals, we see the bent nature of vertical upright lines against the straight parallels of corugated wall sheeting, showing the random, off-true setting of the lamppost, in a side street in Southwark, south London.
Leaning on a Lamp-Post Lyrics: I'm leaning on a lamp, maybe you think, I look a tramp / Or you may think I'm hanging 'round to steal a motor-car / But no I'm not a crook / And if you think, that's ...