Here is (a version of) the verse:
On the breasts of a whore from Sale
was written the price of her tail;
and on her behind
- for the sake of the blind -
was written the same thing in Braille.
So far so ordinaire, but my researchers have discovered that a slightly politer version has been set to music by what I now know to be the celebrated Canadian composer Harry Somers.
Limericks (3), for mezzo-soprano, chorus & chamber ensemble (1980) consists of three sections:
1 The Barmaid from Crale
2 Danse Macabre
His speciality was to deconstruct and reorganise phonemes from texts, as well as treating them in an almost 'pure' way.
I mention all this merely to whet your appetite.