This is an old English ballad dating back to their civil war in the 17th century. It is however significant in US history as it was played at the surrender of Cornwallis at Yorktown in 1781, which marked one of the major victories of the Americans in their revolution.http://www.contemplator.com/england/worldtur.html
Cornwallis did not suffer too badly, and went on to be Governor-General and top military commander in India in 1786-1792. Perhaps his victory against Tipu Sultan made up for his losses in the American colonies
This is a famous painting of that occasion named “The World Turned Upside Down”:
Now, cricket fans would appreciate this ballad after the events on June 18:
1) Bangladesh beat India in an ODI.
2) Scotland beat Ireland in a T-20
3) and Papua New Guinea beat Netherlands in a first-class match (in the Intercontinental Cup).
There have been great upsets in cricket before, but perhaps never this many on a single day.