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I'm going to make a suggestion here. Some may like it and others won't.
Instead of trying to fix a "wrong" song, why not just acknowledge that it's wrong and then post a correct song off of the last valid song posted. Using what happened earlier as an example -
Msg 15132 - "You Only Paint the Picture Once" was valid
Msg 15133 - "Once Upon a Day Dream" was invalid because the correct wording is "Daydream"
Msg 15134 - "Dream a Little Dream" was also invalid because the prior song was invalid but wasn't caught at this point
Msg 15135 - This is where Dhyani pointed out the error in the song title of msg 15133. So instead of having people go back and try to fix things and hold up the game, why not just point this out with something like the following -
The song in msg 15133 is incorrect because it should have been "Daydream" ... So working off of the last valid song in msg 15132 "You Only Paint the Picture Once" ...
... and post your song title.
It's just a suggestion to keep things rolling and simpler.
I Will Follow Him - Little Peggy March
Follow The Drinking Gourd - The Brothers Four
I agree with you totally LVL - keep the game moving on the last valid post rather than “correct” not valid post(s) and cause confusion and possibly cause other “corrections” . The minority of 1 has had his say.
Day Drinking - Little Big Town
... then that's 2 votes for it.
I think that is a good suggestion.
Think I'll put myself back in the corner until this all gets straightened out.
That’ll Be The Day - The Crickets
Day Tripper - Beatles
nvr ... don't be afraid to join in. It appears we've got it straightened out now. Or at least as straight as it's gonna get.
Those Were The Days - Mary Hopkin