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I'm a Little Teapot

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I'm a Little Teapot

"The Teapot Song"
The Teapot Song sheet music cover
sheet music cover
Song by George Harry Sanders and Clarence Kelley
Released 1939
Format Sheet music
Genre Children's music
Label Kelman Music Corporation

"The Teapot Song", commonly known as "I'm a Little Teapot", is an American song describing the heating and pouring of a

  1. ^ Sanders, Ronald (January 1972). Reflections on a Teapot, the Personal History of a Time. Harper & Row, New York.  
  2. ^ Clark, Garth (October 2001). The Artful Teapot. Watson-Guptill.  

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Clarence Kelley and his wife ran a dance school for children, which taught the "Waltz Clog", a popular and easy-to-learn pantomime. Both the song and its accompanying dance, the "Teapot Tip", became enormously popular in America and overseas.[2]

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