Video Scene: Songs about Food and Drink- Led Zeppelin Marathon, Tea for One (6)

At just over 9 minutes long, “Tea for One” is one of Led Zeppelin’s most blues drenched songs, featuring some of Jimmy Page’s most impressive guitar solos. This is definitely one to listen to when you have the blues and tea just won’t do, but gorging on pizza, chocolate, hot chips and bourbon and coke will.

“Tea For One”

How come twenty four hours, Baby sometimes seem to slip into days?
Oh twenty-four hours, Baby sometimes seem to slip into days
A minute seems like a lifetime, baby when I feel this way
Sittin, lookin at the clock, time moves so slow
I’ve been watchin for the hands to move
Until I just can’t look no more
How come twenty four hours, Baby sometimes seems to slip into days?
A minute seems like a lifetime, Baby when I feel this way.

To sing a song for you, I recall you used to say
“Oh baby this one’s for we two”, Which in the end is you anyway

How come twenty four hours, Baby sometimes slip into days?
A minute seems like a lifetime, baby when I feel this way.

There was a time that I stood tall, In the eyes of other men
But by my own choice I left you woman, And now I can’t get back again

How come twenty-four hours, sometimes slip into days?
A minute seems like a lifetime, Baby when I feel this way
A minute seems like a lifetime
When I feel this way…I feel this way

About Anna-Maria Megalogenis 162 Articles
Anna-Maria has been writing for Street Press in Melbourne and Sydney for over 20 years. She is passionate about food, music and the arts, is an avid reader and used to hand write reviews for Beat Magazine at the Great Britain Hotel, where a patron once suggested she was ripping off articles in Rolling Stone magazine.
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