“The Teapots at the Fire”


A midnight fire at Labor Union Hall. As the fire burns to the basement the local women, who are named, have their eyes on the teapots. Now, "In every home in St John's town, If you go in today, You'll find a fancy teapot in a cupboard stowed away."

Cross references


  1. Blondahl, p. 27, "The Teapots at the Fire" (1 text, 1 tune)
  2. BI, Blon027


Author: John Burke
Earliest date: 1964 (Blondahl)
Found in: Canada(Newf)