This fanciful children's poem by William Brighty Rands is simply charming. Well-constructed for 2-part voices, this accomplished setting includes crisp rhythms and complementary counterlines that offer opportunities to work important elements of choral artistry. The whimsical words include blunders like "If the pony rode his master, if the buttercup ate the cow . . . the world would be upside down!" This piano accompaniment is also found on PianoTrax CD 47188 and can be used with 47681.