I Am A Little Teapot

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I’m A Little Teapot“, also known as “The Teapot Song”, is a popular nursery rhyme. This song was first published in 1939 by George Sanders and Clarence Kelley who wrote the song.

Learn how to play this song – click to download free sheet music

This song is played in 4/4 time, which means that there are 4 beats in a measure, and each beat gets a quarter note (review note duration). There are 3 chords in this song – C, F, and G:

C chord: C – E – G
F chord: F – A – C
G chord: G – B – D

Use ZebraKeys’ virtual piano below to practice playing this song now:

Instructions for using Z-Board
- To play melody (right hand) – Use computer mouse to click directly onto the keys (notes highlighted in Red) on Z-Board.
– To play chord (left hand) – Press down all of the buttons (letters highlighted in Blue) on the computer keyboard at the same time. (e.g. for C Major chord: “C – E – G” -
Press “Shift – S – F” at the same time.

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C chord C – E – G Shift – S – F
F chord F – A – C D – G – Space
G chord G – B – D F – B – N

I’m A Little Teapot Singalong with Lyrics – Click below:
I Am A Little Teapot

There are many variations of lyrics over the years – this is the original lyrics:
I Am A Little Teapot - Singalong with Lyrics

I’m a little teapot, short and stout,
Here is my handle, here is my spout.

When I get all steamed up, hear me shout,
Tip me over, and pour me out!

I’m a special teapot, Yes, it’s true,
Here’s an example of what I can do.

I can turn my handle into a spout,
Tip me over and pour me out!

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