A variation on the tonguetwister, written for crowd participation. It should be funny, as many in the crowd will find it very difficult to participate. It is to be sung in 3 or 1. The first word of every line is on the downbeat for the measure. I sang it to the tune of a calliope (C E G, low G, E, G) to my kids. It is to be sung very slowly at first, to let the audience join in. It is sped up over several repetitions until the singer has outpaced the audience, at which point he sings the last two verses to wind up the story.