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When I Take My Sugar to Tea
Composer
Pierre Norman
Lyricist
Irving Kahal, Sammy Fain
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March 14, 1961
Recording
December 20, 1960
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"When I Take My Sugar to Tea", is a song featured in Frank Sinatra's 1961 album, Ring-a-Ding-Ding!.

LyricsEdit

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.
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,
'Cause I never take her where the gang goes,
When I take my sugar to tea.
(musical interlude)
Every Sunday afternoon,
we forget about those cares,
Rubbing elbows at the Ritz,
with those zillionaires.
When I take my sugar to tea,
I'm as ritzy as I can be,
'Cause I never take her where the gang goes,
When I take, take my sugar to tea.

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