It was the ditty that marked the end of David Cameron's time as British Prime Minister. Then, the internet got hold of it and created a musical monster.
Cameron, after outlining his plans to exit Downing Street and transfer power to Theresa May, walked off with a musical "doo, doo, doo, doo."
I'm guessing that this hum from David Cameron is 'I'm bloody glad this is all over. Over to you Theresa May' pic.twitter.com/evV7rwn1oc— Joseph Willits (@josephwillits) July 11, 2016
Perhaps Cameron was so relieved his final address was complete he momentarily forgot himself - and that his mic was still recording.
Or maybe he was thrilled to be packing up his house and leaving the role of prime minister behind him.
Whatever the reason, Cameron's humming has left audiences bemused, and inspired an internet cacophony.
Facebook user Chris Hollis posted "Breaking: After announcing Theresa May will be PM on Wednesday, #Cameron leaks new Evil #Tory theme tune" which sounds particularly convincing.
Somebody's happy to be done with this country. David Cameron humming to himself after press conference https://t.co/PQZ2hjISWz— Michael Weiss (@michaeldweiss) July 11, 2016
Classic FM, a British radio station, analysed the notes titled the tune Cameron's Lament, and declared, rather hopefully, that it was "Beethoven-esque".
Cameron's humming: ClassicFM pronounces it to be "Wagnerian fanfare, Beethoven-esque harmonic doubt and then a... https://t.co/vcLExgr66o— Richard W Collins (@richardwcollins) July 11, 2016
The New Zealand Youth Choir, currently on tour in Europe, offered a choral version of the tune.
Fans of the ditty can also rave to the club remix version which surfaced on Gawker.
Perhaps the best interpretation of all is the lush Fantasy on David Cameron.
Posted by Youtube user Thomashewittjones, the audience was blown away.
R. Goble commented "This is so good... I don't know how to feel." to which youtuber Mark Grant replied: "Try using your hands."