Scottish Country Dancing Dictionary

Everything Stops For Tea

Scottish Song By Al Hoffman, Maurice Sigler, and Al Goodhart

Everything Stops For Tea (written by Al Hoffman, Maurice Sigler, and Al Goodhart) is the title of a very famous 1935 song from the British musical film, Come Out of the Pantry, directed by Jack Raymond and starring Jack Buchanan, Fay Wray, James Carew and Fred Emney.

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Everything Stops For Tea

Everything Stops For Tea By Al Hoffman, Maurice Sigler, and Al Goodhart


Oh, the factories may be roaring
With a boom-a-lacka, zoom-a-lacka, wee
But there isn't any roar when the clock strikes four
Everything stops for tea...

Full lyrics may be found here:

https://genius.com/Professor-elemental-everything-stops-for-tea-lyrics

https://www.songfacts.com/lyrics/jack-buchanan/everything-stops-for-tea

http://www.songlyrics.com/jack-buchanan/everything-stops-for-tea-remastered-lyrics/


Everything Stops For Tea Song Video

Everything Stops For Tea Song - Information Video

Everything Stops For Tea
Everything Stops For Tea
"Afternoon Tea" William Henry Margetson (1861-1940)


Dance information licensed under this Creative Commons Licence 3.0.
Text from this original Come Out of the Pantry article on Wikipedia.
Image copyright William Henry Margetson [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons.

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