Thursday, 24 October 2013

Well oiled ...

Now I go ‘oiling’ windows to save an honest bob
For a nosy parker it's an interestin' job

Now it's a job that just suits me
A window 'oiler' you would be
If you can see what I can see
When I'm 'oiling’ windows 

Honeymoonin' couples too
You should see them bill 'n coo
You'd be surprised at things they do
When I'm ‘oiling’ windows 

In my profession I'll work hard
But I'll never stop
I'll climb this blinkin' ladder
Till I get right to the top

The blushin' bride, she looks divine
The bridegroom he is doin' fine
I'd rather have his job than mine
When I'm ‘oiling’ windows 

The chambermaids' sweet names I call
It's a wonder I don't fall
My mind's not on my work at all
When I'm ‘oiling’ windows 

I know a fella, such a swell
He has a thirst, that's plain to tell
I've seen him drink his bath as well
When I'm ‘oiling’ windows 

Oh, in my profession I'll work hard
But I'll never stop
I'll climb this blinkin' ladder
Till I get right to the top

Pyjamas lyin' side by side
Ladies nighties I have spied
I've often seen what goes inside
When I'm ‘oiling’ windows 

------ banjo ------

Now there's a famous talkie queen
She looks a flapper on the screen
She's more like eightie than eighteen
When I'm ‘oiling’ windows 

She pulls her hair all down behind
Then pulls down her... never mind
And after that pulls down the blind
When I'm ‘oiling’ windows 

In my profession I'll work hard
But I'll never stop
I'll climb this blinkin' ladder
Till I get right to the top

An old lady 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 ‘oiling’ windows 

When I'm ‘oiling’my windows ...

Its good stuff, but probably better with tonic ...

There is nothing like the cackle of the old ladies who are watching my every move. It still feels warm and the shirt is off, there is life in the old girls yet ...


2 comments:

  1. Beware of the cougars ,you never know what the sight of a bare back will do to them. Oiled or not ;)

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  2. A lovely reminder of good old George :-)

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