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Cliff signs in for George.

Byline: JENNY WATSON

SIR Cliff Richard added his words to Liverpool's book of condolence for George Harrison today.

He dropped in at the town hall, where thousands of people have left tributes to the former Beatle. His message read:

"Dear George, wish I had known you better. God Bless."

The 61-year-old star was in the city for a visit to Radio Merseyside for a halfhour slot on the Tony Snell programme to promote his new album Wanted.

He is hoping to achieve yet another Christmas number one with a version of the Judy Garland classic Somewhere Over the Rainbow.

Sir Cliff has had more top ten hits than any other British artist in his 40-year musical career.

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Publication:Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)
Date:Dec 6, 2001
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