Toward the close of her life she was greatly troubled at any unusual stir in the household. She liked to have company, but nothing disturbed her more than to have a man working in the cellar, putting in coal, cutting wood, or doing such work. She used then to follow us uneasily about and look earnestly up into our faces, as if to say:—
"Girls, this is not right. Everything is all upset here and 'a' the world's gang agley.' Why don't you fix it?"
— Concerning Cats by Helen M Winslow 1900
I feel like "a' the world's gang agley" is a kind of dialect. Can I change it into "all the world is gang agley"?