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WHEN I TAKE MY SUGAR TO TEA (Sammy Fain / Irving Kahal / Pierre Norman) 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 corner, for the moon in lover's lane. I'm doing things I never did before. 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. Ev'ry 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 can be, 'cause I never take her where the gang goes, When I take my sugar to tea. (Contributed by Bette Carl - March 2003)

    


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