Talk:No More I Love You's
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Fair use rationale for Image:No more i love 2 - annie lennox.jpg
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Image copyright problem with Image:The Lover Speaks - No More "I Love You"'s (single).jpg
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this song title is misspelled
The correct spelling is "No More I Love Yous"... you don't use an apostrophe to indicate plurality. Now how do we get the title of the article corrected? — Preceding unsigned comment added by JoeyJ (talk • contribs) 02:32, 15 May 2012 (UTC)
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