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Try this articulation exercise—
What a to do to die to day at a minute or two to two;
A thing distinctly hard to say and harder still to do.
For they’ll beat a tattoo at twenty to two
With Ah ra-ta-ta ta-ta-ta ta-ta-ta-too
And the dragon will come when he hears the drum
At a minute or two to two today at a minute or two to two. (Traditional)
Or how about:
To sit in solemn silence in dull, dark dock
In a pestilencial prison with a life-long long lock,
Awaiting the sensation of a short sharp shock,
From a cheap and chippy chopper on a big black block. (The Mikado, Gilbert and Sullivan)