*Tinted unevenly
** Edward Williams Byron Nicholson of "Golspie Contributions to its Folklore" (1897) claimed this may come from the French "tous".

Here's a version sent by Jackie:

Inty tinty terry berry ram tam toosh
went to the cellar to catch a wee moose
cut it up in slices and fry it for yer tea
and we'll leave some gravy for you and me.


We welcome other versions of this rhyme. You can either email them to me or add them in the comments on the blog entry about Inty Tinty.

Thanks and Acknowledgements

Many thanks to Andy for contributing the first version of this song and to Jackie for the 2nd version.

Thanks so much!