Transcribed onto a 30-note music-box, and transposed such that F becomes D, C becomes A, etc.. Individual parts of the song each have their pitch raised/lowered in octaves variously to fit, in addition to a few notes that are too high pitch after this change (e.g. C♯6/D♭6 lowered to C♯5/D♭5, G2 raised to G3, etc.). Technically more of an arrangement, despite quite following the original, since it's intended to end and not loop at the end, among other things.
* At the end, there's a ritardando. If playing with a physical music-box, slow the piece down gradually until at half tempo at the end (starts at the second out of the three 4-eight-notes-then-rest chain at the end).
I was about to discard to this version and re-do it by transposing it to another key. In the end, I instead discarded that version and went along with this one. I accidentally uploaded/published that other one in an unfinished state (I meant to save it), but I quickly deleted it soon after.
Yay! It looks like this melody can be played offline on a 30 note paper strip music box!
All you need to do is: