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    if it’s the same song, it should be the same songname – with generally is how it’s named on the album. please read the comments in this thread for clarification

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    toofarnorth commented  · 

    Adding another thought re: song name changes. The band/artist's wishes should be the final word if they or their management have preferences.

    Example: I post setlists for Grace Potter & the Nocturnals. One of their songs had a long live performance history before the final version appeared on their last album. A manager took the time to register and go through the setlists to make sure the right name (i.e. If I Was From Paris > Paris > Paris (Ooh La La) ) was used in the right time periods. Seems pretty obvious to me those should not be arbitrarily changed by anyone.