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That this has now been renamed as a Bananarama song in the title is crazy. Yes, I know they had it first, but the two versions are virtually different songs. Apart from the same lyrics in the verses, that's about it. The melody and chorus is totally diferent on The Bluebells version - and it's their version that everyone will know. Nobody looking for this song will type in Young at Heart (Bananarama song), simply because nobody (except Bananarama fans) will be aware of it. I agree it shouldn't also be Young at Heart (1984 song), but should have taken the redirect page Young at Heart (song).--Tuzapicabit (talk) 21:55, 10 October 2008 (UTC)
I agree. The song is notable for the Bluebells' rendering of it. The article is substantively about the Bluebells version. In my view, the title should be Young at Heart (Bluebells song), with the song's origins duly noted and featured in the article. (The word 'song' alone wouldn't distinguish the topic as there are other songs with this name.) Pololei (talk) 23:59, 5 August 2017 (UTC)