It would that!
First job was making the inner wheel hub operate a tactile switch and in place of the lid's micro switch.
The lid micro switch was then wired to the sound card at a place where I could easily break the B+ connection to the card, and bridge it with the micro switch. I don't have pics of that.
The next bit is to add a third switch to the three pin switch interface of the card. Center and away from the battery switches progressively through the sound files. Center and near the battery plays the first sound each time, and first from power on, so the first file is always played when the lid is opened. I found the card doesn't care if that switch remains closed, and still responds to the progressive switching. The third switch needed to be very light and I found this switch to be perfect. It's the same switch used for the Phase Pistol Fuel Cell.
Sound loading is done through a software app that is as simple as selecting what files to use.