Doris Day – Tea For Two Chords

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Tea For Two Chords

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Picture you upon my knee,
Tea for two and two for tea;
Just me for you and you for me alone.

Nobody near us to see us or hear us,
No friends or relations on weekend vacations,
We won’t have it known, dear,
That we own a telephone, dear;

Day will break, and you’ll awake,
And start to bake a sugar cake;
For me to take for all the boys to see.

We will raise a family,
A boy for you, a girl for me,
Oh, can’t you see how happy we would be?

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Tea For Two Song Info

Artist and Song: Doris Day - Tea For Two
Album: Tea for Two
Genre: Jazz
Year: 1950
Difficulty: Hard
Tuning: G C E A
Key: Dm7
Chords: [Dm7], [G7], [C7], [C], [F#m], [B7], [E7], [E]
Strumming: D - DU - DU - DU

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Chords & Strumming Pattern of Doris Day - Tea For Two

Tea For Two is a song by Jazz artist Doris Day. It was released in 1950 on the album, titled "Tea for Two". D - DU - DU - DU is the suggested strumming pattern for Tea For Two. [Dm7], [G7], [C7], [C], [F#m], [B7], [E7], [E] are the guitar chords for playing Tea For Two with the original key (Dm7) on guitar.

Who Sings Tea For Two?

Tea For Two is a song by Doris Day. It was first released on their "Tea for Two" album in 1950.

What Are The Guitar Chords Of Tea For Two?

In order to play the song Tea For Two on the guitar, you will need to use [Dm7], [G7], [C7], [C], [F#m], [B7], [E7], [E] chords in order to play in original key (Dm7).

How Do You Strum Tea For Two On Guitar?

Tea For Two strumming pattern is D - DU - DU - DU. For those who find the suggested pattern too complex, an alternative pattern is D (down) strumming.