Here's a zinger I received today from Supe Granda of The Ozark Mountain Daredevils. -Buffalo
Before the gig, the bandleader calls the singer over to him and tells him, "Tonight, when we do "Night and Day," I want you to sing the second verse first, and then break into the bridge one bar earlier than usual. Transpose the bridge up a minor third, but then back down again for the last three bars of it. Then add a 5/4 bar going back into the FIRST chorus, singing on only off-beats. During the sax solo, go to the bridge a bar-and-a-half too early, interrupting the solo, finish the first verse, go to the coda a bar late, and then keep singing for a full 3 beats after the band has ended."
The singer's eyes widen and he says, "That's way too hard, I can't do all that."
Bandleader says, "You did it last night!!