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Toast And Marmalade For Tea chords

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Toast and Marmalade for Tea is a song by the Australian rock group Tin Tin.
The song was written by Steve Groves. It was a Top 20 hit albeit a 'one hit 
wonder' for Tin Tin in 1971.
It was produced by Maurice Gibb (The Bee Gees) and he plays the bass on it.
The song consists of verses only and has 3 key changes in it!!
Whether it was intended or not, listen to the bass guitar at the start of verse 2 
(28 seconds into the song) it seems the multi tracking may have been having a bad day!

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toast_and_Marmalade_for_Tea 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mt2u9WNd4Qg


Toast And Marmalade For Tea
Recorded by Tin Tin

G         Bm            C
Toast and marmalade for tea
        D              G         
Sailing ships upon the sea
       Bm            C         
Aren't lovelier than you
       D               G 
Or the games I see you play
G        Bm              C
You more lovely than the day
         D              G         
When the sun is in your eyes
  Bm                  C         
I see through your disguise
       D               G 
Or the games I see you play
G        Bm              C
You more lovely than the day
         D              G         
When the sun is in your eyes
  Bm                  C         
I see through your disguise
       D               G 
Or the games I see you play
A         C#m           D
Toast and marmalade for tea
        E              A         
Sailing ships upon the sea
       C#m           D         
Aren't lovelier than you
       E               A 
Or the games I see you play
A        C#m             D
You more lovely than the day
         E              A         
When the sun is in your eyes
  C#m                 D         
I see through your disguise
       E               A 
Or the games I see you play
B         D#m           E                       
Toast and marmalade for tea
        F#             B                              
Sailing ships upon the sea
       D#m           E        
Aren't lovelier than you
       F#              B 
Or the games I see you play
B        D#m             E                       
You more lovely than the day
         F#             B                                       
When the sun is in your eyes
  D#m                 E                 
I see through your disguise
       F#              B 
Or the games I see you play


If there are any golden oldie classics (just lyrics and chords) that you would like
posting on this site please drop me an email.
Ken
evansongs@blueyonder.co.uk

Links
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toast_and_Marmalade_for_Tea 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mt2u9WNd4Qg

            
            
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$teve Zodiac 541 Jul 20, 2014 01:04 AM, edited on February 1 2015, 06:36 am

Someone rated this tab with 1 star, which is fine. However, if you are going to give a tab a 'poor' rating then please give a reason why. Feedback is essential for ensuring that future tabs by any contributor meets the required standards. And don't forget - you are rating the tab NOT the song?

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stargazer1701 1,060 Aug 24, 2015 01:24 PM

looks good to me, steve. Thanks for the anecdote!

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Kraziekhat 64,745 Nov 26, 2016 04:39 AM

Looks good to me, too!! 5 stars! Kraziekhat.

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