Talk:Jeter-Pillars Orchestra

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This passage --

The recordings were:
Lazy Rhythm, There Theme Song, I Like Pie, I Like Cake, Make Believe and I'll Always Be In Love With You

can't be right. Clearly "I Like Pie, I Like Cake" is one song; "There Theme Song" is probably not a song at all.

I have edited it by common-sense standards, but I'm not sure the information is correct and will continue to research the question. --TheMaestro (talk) 16:10, 17 August 2009 (UTC)

The song titles are correct. I have left the "theme song" reference intact based on the position of the phrase in the original sentence, but I've seen no evidence to support it. --TheMaestro (talk) 03:17, 3 September 2009 (UTC)