Tea For Two by Julie Andrews
I'm discontented with homes that are rented, so I have invented my own.
Darling this place is a lover's oasis, where life's weary chase is unknown.
Far from the cry of the city, where flowers pretty, caress the streams.
Cosy to hide in, to live side by side in, don't let it abide in my dreams.
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 or hear us.
No friends or relations on weekend vacations.
We won't have it known, dear, that we own a telephone.
Day will break and you'll awake, and I to bake a suger cake.
For me 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?