Carver 53: Change where you're at - By Stuart Reininger FOLLOWING THE FINAL BATTLE OF THE American Revolution at Yorktown, the defeated English troops marched into history under furled flags reportedly whistling "The World Turned Upside Down.'' The song was in recognition of the fact that the extraordinary bad happened. The rules had forever changed. The straight and narrow path of life had lurched into a hairpin tum. It's a simple, catchy tune. I always hum it when I'm confronted with something beyond my comprehension. But not long ago, I felt like calling in the New York Philharmonic for a full orchestration of that revolutionary piece.
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