Talk:Bring On the Lucie (Freda Peeple)
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Freeda People vs. Freda Peeple
I note the article name was changed to Bring on the Lucie (Freeda People) on the basis of a compilation album Amazon listing which cited 'Freeda' rather than 'Freda', however the Amazon listing for the album it actually comes from - Mind Games - cites the title as 'Freda Peeple' (single 'e' for Freda, double 'e' for Peeple) for both the original version and a remix - as it is also printed on my own copy. I haven't found anything citing it as an infamous spelling mistake or similar, and I'm inclined to trust the original album more than a later compilation. I note from Google searches 'Freeda Peeple' is most popular, and 'Freeda People' after that, though this may well be revisionism (intended or otherwise) by those mentioning the song. Perhaps it would be wise to leave it at the name by which it is best known - I'm not certain of policy regarding matters such as this: I'm just raising the issue. Regardless, the naming within the article is inconsistent. - AlKing464 04:13, 9 July 2007 (UTC)
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