Sing For Your SupperWords & Music by Lorenz Hart & Richard Rodgers
Recorded by Mamas & The Papas, 1967
C G Am Cdim Em Sing for your supper, and you'll get breakfast; C7 F Dm7 Dm7/G G Fdim C Cdim Dm7 G Songbirds always eat if their song is sweet to hear. C G Am Cdim Em Sing for your luncheon, and you'll get dinner. C7 F Dm7 Dm7/G G C Dine with wine of choice if romance is in your voice. Bridge: C7 F G F Em Em7 I heard from a wise ca - na - ry Em B7 Em B+ Tril - ling makes a fel - low wil - ling, F G G+ C So, lit - tle swal - low, swal - low now. Fm G G+ Now is the time to C G Am Cdim Em Sing for your supper, and you'll get breakfast. C7 F Dm7 Dm7/G G Songbirds are not dumb, they don't buy a crumb C E7 A7 Of bread, it's said, F G C So sing and you'll be fed.
*Suggested by recent visitor James Andrews.