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Why did you move this? The actual copyrighted name of the song does not capitalize the subtitle. Not capitalizing a subtitle is standard citation procedure. That is why I wrote it the way I did. And even if you wanted to write it your way, you would have to capitalize "Is." --Kate 20:08, April 12, 2010 (UTC)
- Notice how some song titles don't use fill capitalization. "I Love Words" is listed as "I love words." We capitalize all words in a name unless it's not necessary (like "the" or "and"). - Oscarfan 20:13, April 12, 2010 (UTC)
- Well, I would still stick with the legal title, in which the subtitle isn't capitalized. But if there's some rule on the wiki about capitalizing song titles regardless of their legal names, then grammar rules dictate that the "Is" needs to be capitalized. --Kate 20:26, April 12, 2010 (UTC)