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TEA FOR TWO (Soundtrack) Songs from the film "Tea For Two" (1950) (Based loosely on the show and film "No, No, Nanette") Starring Doris Day, Gordon MacRae, Gene Nelson & Patrice Wymore TEA FOR TWO (Opening Titles) Music by Vincent Youmans / Lyrics by Irving Caesar & Otto Harbach Performed by the Chorus Picture you upon my knee 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 A boy for you, a girl for me Oh, can't you see how happy we would be ****** I KNOW THAT YOU KNOW Music by Vincent Youmans / Lyrics by Anne Caldwell Performed by Doris Day and Gordon MacRae DORIS: I know that you know That I'll go where you go I choose you Won't lose you I wish you knew how much I long to hold you in my arms This time is my time 'Twill soon be goodbye time Then in the starlight Hold me tight With one more little kiss And nighty-night! (Dance Routine) GORDON: I know that you know That I'll go where you go I choose you Won't lose you I wish you knew how much I long to hold you in my arms This time is my time 'Twill soon be goodbye time Then in the starlight Hold me tight With one more little kiss Say nighty-night! ****** CRAZY RHYTHM Music by Roger Wolfe Kahn & Joseph Meyer / Lyrics by Irving Caesar Performed by Patrice Wymore Crazy rhythm, here's the doorway I'll go my way, you'll go your way Crazy rhythm, from now on we're through Here is where we have a showdown I'm too high-hat and you're too low-down Crazy rhythm, here's goodbye to you! They say that when a high-brow meets a low-brow Walking along Broadway Soon the high-brow he has no brow Ain't it a shame And you're to blame What's the use of prohibition You produce the same condition Crazy rhythm, I've gone crazy too ****** I ONLY HAVE EYES FOR YOU Music by Harry Warren / Lyrics by Al Dubin Performed by Gordon MacRae Are the stars out tonight I don't know if it's cloudy or bright 'Cause I only have eyes for you, dear The moon may be high But I can't see a thing in the sky 'Cause I only have eyes for you I don't know if we're in a garden Or on a crowded avenue You are here, so am I Maybe millions of people go by But they all disappear from view And I only have eyes for you (Dance Routine) You are here, so am I Maybe millions of people go by But they all disappear from view And I only have eyes for you ****** TEA FOR TWO Music by Vincent Youmans / Lyrics by Irving Caesar & Otto Harbach Performed by Gordon MacRae and Doris Day GORDON: Picture you upon my knee Just tea for two And two for tea Just me for you And you for me alone (Dialogue) I'm discontented with homes that are rented So I have invented my own Darling, this place is lovely oasis Where life's weary chase is unknown Far from the cry of the city Where flowers pretty caress the stream Cozy to hide in, to live side by side in Don't let it abide in my dream Picture you upon my knee 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 (DORIS: Mm, mm, mm) No friends or relations (DORIS: Mm, mm, mm) On weekend vacations (DORIS: Mm, mm, mm) We won't have it known, dear That we own a telephone, dear DORIS: Day will break and I'll awake To start to bake a sugar cake For you to take to all the boys to see BOTH: We will raise a family GORDON: A boy for you A little girl for me BOTH: Can't you see how happy we would be ****** TEA FOR TWO (Reprise) Music by Vincent Youmans / Lyrics by Irving Caesar & Otto Harbach Performed by Doris Day Picture me upon your knee With 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 I'll awake And start to bake a sugar cake For you to take for all the boys to see We will raise a family A boy for you and a girl for me Oh, can't you see how happy we would be ****** I WANT TO BE HAPPY Music by Vincent Youmans / Lyrics by Irving Caesar Sung by Doris Day and Gordon McRae DORIS: When skies are gray And you say you are blue GORDON: I'll send the sun smiling through DORIS: I want to be happy But I won't be happy Till I make you happy too GORDON: When skies are gray And you say you are blue DORIS (Spoken): What're you gonna do? JIMMY: I'll send those songs smilin' through BOTH: I want to be happy But I won't be happy DORIS: Till I make you happy too GORDON: I can make you happy too ****** DO DO DO Music by George Gershwin / Lyrics by Ira Gershwin Sung by Doris Day and Gordon MacRae GORDON: Oh, do, do, do What you done, done, done before, Baby Do, do, do What I do, do, do adore, Baby DORIS: Let's try again, sigh again Fly again to heaven Baby, see, it's A B C BOTH: I love you and you love me DORIS: I know, know, know What a beau, beau, beau Should do, Baby; GORDON: So don't, don't, don't Say it won't, won't, won't Come true, Baby DORIS: My heart begins to hum BOTH: Dum-dee-dum-dee-dum-dum-dum GORDON: So do, do, do What you done, done, done before DORIS: Oh, do, do, do What you done, done, done before, Baby Do, do, do What I do, do, do adore, Baby GORDON: Let's try again, sigh again, Fly again to heaven Baby, see, it's A B C BOTH: I love you and you love me GORDON: You dear, dear, dear Little dear, dear, dear Come here, snappy! DORIS: And see, see, see Little me, me, me Make you happy JIMMY: My heart begins to sigh BOTH: Di-dee-di-dee-di-di-di JIMMY: So do, do, do DORIS:: What you done, done, done BOTH: Done, done, done before ****** OH ME!, OH MY! Music by Vincent Youmans / Lyrics by Ira Gershwin Performed by Gene Nelson Oh me, oh my, oh you! No other girl will do Cares will be forever ended And this world will be so splendid If you cared enough, Dear, to be true Oh me, oh my, oh you Those lips, those eyes of blue You're so lovely You're so sweet You simply lift me off my feet Oh me, oh my, oh you! ****** NO, NO, NANETTE Music by Vincent Youmans / Lyrics by Otto Harbach Performed by Doris Day, Gene Nelson and Chorus CHORUS: We're going to Atlantic city We have packed our dresses pretty Soon you'll see us mingling with the throng MEN: Before we start on our vacation We have one more obligation Let us ask Nanette to come along WOMEN: Why should we take Nanette along She'll be an extra dame MEN: Because we fellows like Nanette DORIS: Oh, did I hear my name? MEN: Please let her go GENE: Please let her go WOMEN: No, no, Nanette. CHORUS: No, no, no, no! DORIS: No, no, Nanette, that's all I hear! I get it the whole day through No, no, Nanette regales my ear No matter what I may do Sometime, perhaps, I'll have my way When I am old and turning grey But just as yet it's always No, no, no, no, no, no, no, Nanette! (Dance Routine) CHORUS: No, no, no No, no, Nanette ****** THE CALL OF THE SEA Music by Vincent Youmans / Lyrics by Irving Caesar Performed by Gordon MacRae and Chorus CHORUS: We've packed our suntan lotion For a weekend at the ocean When the sea begins a-calling me A sort of tempting incantation Fills me with elation It seems to say, "Come out and play" Come along and learn the old, old song The song of love's sweet fascination Something fills me with a thousand thrills When the sea is a-calling me GORDON: When the sea begins a-calling me A sort of tempting incantation Fills me with elation It seems to say, "Come out and play" Come along and learn the old, old song The song of love's sweet fascination Something fills me with a thousand thrills When the sea is a-callin' me ****** I WANT TO BE HAPPY (Reprise) Music by Vincent Youmans / Lyrics by Irving Caesar Performed by Doris Day and Gordon MacRae CHORUS: There's only one way to be happy And that's the way ???? ???? happy GORDON: When skies are gray And you say you are blue I'll send the sun smiling through DORIS & GORDON: I want to be happy But I won't be happy Till I make you happy too ****** TEA FOR TWO (Reprise #2/Finale) Music by Vincent Youmans / Lyrics by Irving Caesar & Otto Harbach Performed by Doris Day, Gordon MacRae and the Chorus The fortune teller And the tea leaf in the cup Make up the tea for me and you (Dance Routine) (Dialogue) DORIS: We will raise a family GORDON: A boy for you, a girl for me BOTH: Can't you see How happy we would be ****** All songs transcribed and/or verified by Mel Priddle - Oct 2008) ******

    


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