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Tea For Two
Words by Irving Caesar, Music by Vicent Youmans - 1924
F          C7 F          C7 F          C7 F          A7
Dm       E7 Gm       A7 Dm       E7 Dm       F7
Bb        C7 F          Bb Bbm      F G7
F          C7 F          C7 F          C7 F  C7  C#7  D7
Gm7     C7 Gm7     C7 Fmaj7   F6 Fmaj7   F6
Gm7     C7 Gm7     C7 F          Dm7 F          Dm7
Bm7   E7 Bm7   E7 Amaj7   A6 Amaj7   A6
Bm7   E7 Bm7   E7   E+ A C7 Am  Abm  Gm
Gm7     C7 Gm7     C7 Fmaj7   F6 Fmaj7   F6
Gm7     C7 Gm7     C7 Cm6 D7
Gm       Cm6 D+        D7 F#dim   Gm Bbm
F          E Gm7      C7 F (C7...D7 to chorus)
8-beat intro.  Play 4-beats for each cell, reading from left to right.
Note:  This song is in the key of F, but the chorus starts with a Gm7 chord.
I'm dis -con -tent -ed with homes that are rent -ed so I have in -ven -ted my own;
Dar -ling this place is a lov -er's o -as -is, where life's wear -y chase is un -known.
Far from the cry of the cit -y where flow -ers pret -ty car -ess the streams,
Cos -y to hide in, to live side by side in, don't let it a -bide in my dreams.
Pic -ture you up -on my knee just tea for two and two for tea,
Just me for you and you for me a -lone.
No -bod -y near us to see us or hear us, No friends or re -la -tions on week end va -ca -tions,
We won't have it known, dear, that we own a tel -e -phone, dear,
Day will break and you'll a -wake and start to bake a sug -ar cake
For me to take far all the boys to see.
We will raise a fam -i -ly, A boy for you, A girl for me,
Oh can't you see how hap -py we would be?
Listen to Jim and the WineLand Banjo Band play "Tea For Two" (youtube)

Arranged by Jim Bottorff
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