"All The Tea In China" as written by Russ Kunkel, Roger Guth and Peter Hagen Mayer....
There was a man with land as far as you could see
From Mexico to Carolina
He said leave your life behind and follow me
There'll be enough to satisfy you
Diamonds for your hands
And silk beneath your feet
Not a care will come to find you
Kings and Queens will surely be your company
You'll have all the tea in China

If you find no friends are near
Just hold your treasures dear
Everything you could ever need
Who needs love when all you find is
Fallen tears and petty crimes
Break your heart and let it bleed

With diamonds on your hands
And silk beneath your feet
Tomorrow's fortune will remind you
You've given up your love for one more guarantee
You'll have all the tea in China
All the rain in Spain
All the smoke in California

If you find no friends are near
Just hold your treasures dear
Everything you could ever need
Who needs love when all you find is
Fallen tears and petty crimes
Break your heart and let it bleed

With diamonds on your hands
And silk beneath your feet
Tomorrow's fortune will remind you
You've given up your love for one more guarantee
You'll have all the tea in China
All the rain in Spain
And all the tea in China
All the smoke in California
All the tea in China


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"All the Tea in China" as written by Roger Guth Peter Hagen Mayer

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