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Paul Mccartney - English Tea chords

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"English Tea" (Prefer capo on 5th. fret)
 
____1st. Verse:

G                  D/F#                                
 Would you care to sit with me 
Dm/F          Em
 For a cup of English tea 
B/D#      Bm/D    A/C#          Dsus  D
 Very twee, Very me, Any Sunday mor---ning                

____2nd. Verse:

G                D/F#                                
 What a pleasure it would be
Dm/F            Em
  Chatting so delightfully
B/D#        Bm/D         A/C#           Dsus  D
 Nanny bakes, Fairy cakes, Every Sunday mor---ning
 
____Bridge:

 C         Am       D       G              
 Miles and miles of English garden
 C          Am       D       G
 Stretching past the willow tree
 C        Am   D         G              
 Lines of hollyhocks and roses
 C      Am     D    Dsus-D
 Listen most a-tten-tive-ly
 
____3rd. Verse:

G                D/F#                                
 Do you know the game croquet
Dm/F          Em
 Peradventure we might play
B/D#     Bm/D        A/C#         Dsus  D
 Very gay, Hip hooray, Any Sunday mor---ning
 
____Whistle:

G---D/F#---Dm/F---Em
B/D#---Bm/D---A/C#---Dsus---D
 
____Bridge:

 C         Am       D       G              
 Miles and miles of English garden
 C          Am       D       G
 Stretching past the willow tree
 C        Am   D         G              
 Lines of hollyhocks and roses
 C      Am     D    Dsus-D
 Listen most a-tten-tive-ly

____4th. Verse:

G              D/F#                                
 As a rule the church bells chime
Dm/F              Em
 When it's almost suppertime
B/D#        Bm/D         A/C#          Dsus  D
 Nanny bakes, Fairy cakes, On a Sunday mor---ning
 
____Ending Notes:

G---F#---F---E
Eb---D---Db---D---G
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