When I Take My Sugar To Tea

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  1. When I take my sugar to tea. Every Sunday afternoon, we forget about our cares, Rubbing elbows at the Ritz, with those millionaires. When I take my sugar to tea, I'm as ritzy as I can be, A A7 (V) Dalt B7. 'Cause I never take her where the gang goes, When I take my sugar to tea.
  2. When I Take My Sugar to Tea Lyrics: When I take my sugar to tea / All the boys are jealous of me / But I never take her where the gang goes / When I take my sugar to tea / I'm a rowdy dowdy that's.
  3. When I Take My Sugar to Tea. Words & Music by Irving Kahal, Sammy Fain & Pierry Norman Connor. Recorded by Leon Redbone, E7 A Edim E7When I take my sugar to tea, A Edim E7All the boys are jealous of me, A A7(V) Dalt B7 'Cause I never take her where the gang goes, E7 E7/6 E7 AWhen I .
  4. When I take my sugar to tea All the boys are jealous of me But I never take her where the gang goes When I take my sugar to tea I'm a rowdy dowdy that's me She's a high hat mama that's she Well I never take her where the gang goes when I take my sugar to tea Every sunday afternoon We forget about our cares Rubbin elbows at the Ritz With those.
  5. When I take my sugar to tea When I take my sugar to tea All the guys are jealous of me 'Cause I never ever take her where the gang goes When I take my sugar to tea And every Sunday afternoon We forget about our cares Rubbing elbows at the Ritz With all those billionaires When I take my sugar to tea I'm as ritzy as I can be.
  6. When I take my sugar to tea, all the boys are jealous of me, 'Cause I never take her where the gang goes, When I take my sugar to tea. I'm a rowdy dowdy, that's me, she's a high hat baby, that's she, So I never take her where the gang goes, When I take my sugar to tea.
  7. Notes: Dixieland recordings of "When I Take MY Sugar to Tea" from the earliest days of the song through the present have been made throughout the history of the song. The progenitor of these is most likely this King Oliver (with the Chocolate Dandies) recording -- made .
  8. When i take my sugar to tea Lyrics: I'm just a little "Jackie Horner" / Since I met my sugar cane / That gang of mine has been revealin' / That they're feelin' sore / I left the lamp light on the.

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