Standards
Spike Jones
Transposer

Cocktail for Two


Arthur Johnston Sam Coslow


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Song : A

E7 F#m7 Fm6 F#m7
In some secluded rendezvous
E7 Edim7 E7
That overlooks the avenue
Dm6 E7
With someone sharing a delightful chat
Dm6 E7 F#m7 Edim7 E7
Of this and that and cocktails for two.

E7 F#m7 Fm6 F#m7
As we enjoy a cigarette
E7 Edim7 E7
To some exquisite chansonette
Dm6 E7
Two hands are sure to slyly meet beneath
Dm6 E7 F#m7 D9 A
A sur-vi-ette with cocktails for two.

Bridge :

A7 Edim7 E7
My head may go reel - ing,
Dm6 A D9 A
But my heart will be o-be-dient
Cdim7 Dm6 E7 Dm6 E7 A Edim7 E7
With intoxicating kisses for the prin-ci-pal in-gre-dient.

E7 F#m7 Fm6 F#m7
Most any afternoon at five
E7 Edim7 E7
We'll be so glad to be alive
Dm6 E7
Then maybe fortune will complete her plan
Dm6 E7 F#m7 D9 A
That all began with cocktails for two.

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