"Tea for Two" is a song from the 1925 music with songs by Vincent Youmans and words by Irving Caesar. It really is a duet sung by Nanette and Tom (Louise Groody and Jack Barker) in Act II because they imagine their future.
The tune contains abrupt secret changes between A-flat significant and C-major. The tune also consists mainly of dotted eighth and one-fourth records. Alec Wilder described these features as being uncharacteristic of an excellent theatrical song but acknowledged the tune's great success regardless. The pianist whistles the theme playing, ironically interrupting a turbulent passageway for a couple moments.
This year's made-for-TV film "gray Gardens" (in line with the 1975 documentary "gray Gardens") features the character Edith Bouvier, played by Jessica Lange, singing "Tea for 2" and dance because of the piano while her musical trainer performs.
Pablo Bubar  reintroduced "Tea for Two" in one of the music romance sketches of "Pablo the intimate" from "Boom Town", transmitted by BBC Three (UK, 2013). This variation includes the piano music of Ross Leadbeater .