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Did Sumner really give the supposed interpretation of the lyrics on this page? It sounds wildly implausible. The provided "source" for Sumner's intention with the lyric is simply to the lyrics themselves. I will edit it on or after Monday 21st July 2008 if there is no source provided (the interpretation is so entertaining I doubt I'll delete it!)
NUOCD6 is the version with four mixes and the CD cover listed, incorrectly, on this page as the cover for CD2. -- Grant —Preceding unsigned comment added by 22.214.171.124 (talk) 21:17, 6 September 2010 (UTC)
Why is this page called "Nineteen63"? Aside from the chartstats link, which I can't view at the moment because of some database issue, all the sources call this song "1963". -User:CrypticFRD, 13:50, 19 November 2011
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Nineteen63 → 1963 (song) – This song's title is listed as "Nineteen63" on the UK Disc 2 cover, but in the majority of reliable and official sources, including the song's ASCAP entry, the song's title is listed as "1963". Muchness (talk) 01:20, 3 February 2013 (UTC)
Support per nom. The original 1987 album release and b-side single release read "1963" (see images here and here). While some of the single releases of the 1994 remix were called "Nineteen63", others were "1963" (and one was "Nineteen Sixty-three") and the album release was "1963-95". — AjaxSmack 04:52, 3 February 2013 (UTC)
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