Children’s Song, USA.
“I’m a little teapot” was written in order to teach children a dance routine. Clarence Kelley -who composed the song with George Harold Sanders- and his wife ran a dance school for children. As the movements for the “Waltz Clog” that they wanted to teach were difficult for children to learn, they wrote “I’m a little teapot” with a helpful choreography. The song was published in 1939.
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“I’m a Little Teapot” Sing-Along Video with lyrics
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