For your singing pleasure, I present the following syntactically correct, runnable, Pythonic, tongue-twister and limerick:

```
# in Python, a non-empty tuple evaluates to true.
# a tuple with two empty tuples counts as non-empty.
if ((),()):
# so a two-tuple tuple is true.
# now, what about two tuples,
# each of which is a two-tuple tuple?
if ((),()) and ((),()):
# Since one of them is true,
# then one "and" another one is also true.
# so two two-tuple tuples are also true.
# So if we...
# make a tuple,
# and put twenty-two items in it,
# and each of those items is a tuple
# with two tuples in it...
twenty_two_two_tuple_tuple = tuple(((),()) for _ in range(22))
# ... and we use the "all" keyword,
# to check if every item in the tuple is true....
if all(twenty_two_two_tuple_tuple):
# then we can make a limerick!
song_of_the_twenty_two_two_tuple_tuple = """
If a "two-tuples" tuple is True,
then two "two-tuples" tuples are too.
So a twenty-two-"two-tuples" tuple is True,
since a "two-tuples" tuple is True.
"""
print(song_of_the_twenty_two_two_tuple_tuple)
```