"Tea for Two" is a song composed by Vincent Youmans with lyrics by Irving Caesar and written in 1924. We will raise a family, A boy for you, and girl for me. Trucks and horses, replaced by guns. Far from the cry of the city, where flowers pretty caress the streams, Cozy to hide in, to love side-by-side in. Here I am, for by sea They took our bombs to take our tea We will ring our bells to warn of their arrival We keep close, huddled tight Me and you, we'll be alright And this tea for two will aid in our survival And tonight it's clear to me How a country could secede For a cup of tea! Tea For Two Tony Bennett (Irving Caesar/Vincent Youmans) I'm discontented with homes that are rented so I have invented my own. Tea for Two" was Youmans' biggest hit. Ethnic hatred replaces the fun. As a child, I play in the sandbox. G#m7 C#7 G#m7 C#7 No - bod - y near us x3 Just 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 As a child, we could be friends. Tea for Two Lyrics: Say no more, I was yours / When your silence came over me / Head to toe, dangers own / You're afraid to throw away the key / Tell all … Become A Better Singer In Only 30 Days, With Easy Video Lessons! Now that we have grown older That's come to a bitter end. (picture you upon my knee) (tea for two and two for tea) (me for you and you for me, alone!) It was introduced by Louise Groody and John Barker in the Broadway musical No, No, Nanette. " But the greatest gift is love. Tea For Two Lyrics. We go on fighting and murdering brothers. Can't you see how happy we will be. (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.) Darling this place is a lover's oasis where life's weary chase is unknown. Em7 A7 Em7 A7 Pic - ture you up - on my knee, / DM7 D6 DM7 D6 Tea for two and two for tea; Em7 A7 Em7 A7 D D6 Just me for you and you for me a - lone. Just tea for two And two for tea Just me for you And you for me...alone [JIMMY:] I'm discontented with homes that I've rented So I have invented my own.