Now let’s see how these ride on our engine. The two salt tastes are driven along by the basic rhythm Deed eedle dum. Get the engine of your feet going and try playing that salt taste.

Now try the final sweet answer; this is the bit of the engine that goes Deedle eedle diddlee. You don’t need to change the way our feet are powering the basic engine but you should have that ‘doubling’ going in your head somewhere.

OK, now we can put the salt and the sweet together as lines three and four of our verse.

And now let’s try the second line, the saltysweet taste, using the engine Deedle eedle didle.

Put that together with the salt taste and we have the first two lines

Put the whole thing together:


The remaining two verses can be treated in a similar way;