Take a listen to remixes inspired by David Cameron's jaunty 'doo doo' resignation ditty
We don't know what it's like to step down as British Prime Minister. But if you hum a few bars...
Regardless, "where words fail, music speaks" and Cameron's four jaunty notes immediately inspired a series of remixes — making "post-Brexit-former-PM-wave" a strong contender for the sound of summer 2016. We've gone ahead and compiled a "Best Of" for your listening pleasure.
Here is a mash-up by Graeme Coleman of Scotland to get us started.
Some have called the humming a song of relief. But YouTube user Ronald The Great unlocked the latent joy in the four-note phrase with this happy jingle.
The Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation got in on the fun with this infectious groove.
Finally, composer Thomas Hewitt Jones highlighted the unresolved pain in the PM's doo-doo ditty. Here is a sample of his piece, Cameron's Lament.
Now over to you, As It Happens' listeners. What do you make of the doo-doo to-do? You can let us know on Twitter — our handle is @cbcasithappens. You can comment on our Facebook page or call us at 416-205-5687. And you can email us your very own remix at firstname.lastname@example.org.