Talk:Roll On, Columbia, Roll On

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I moved this page to "Roll on Columbia" because it seems to be the most common version of the title found in official-type sources. However, I am now not completely sure of this. If someone has the actual score of this, with the actual printed title, it would very much help. This site from the Univ. of Oregon seemed to settle it, but buried underneath, I found the version with and without the comma in a discography page. Hmmm. -- Decumanus | Talk 04:57, 29 Mar 2004 (UTC)

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