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Hey, you reverted my (correct) change to an Alabama 3 set list yesterday. "Peace in the Valley" is how it should be capitalised, per the rules. It doesn't matter what Spotify call it, the rules are what are used here. I can see somebody else has already posted them so I won't again, but please undo your change. Thanks!

Before making comments about how songtitles should be written over here, please read the guidelines, especially these . This links to
All words in a title should have their first letter capitalized and following letters lower case except as noted below:

(1) Always capitalize the first and last word of a title. This rule should be followed even if the words would normally be lowercase according to the other rules. If a title is broken up by major punctuation (colon according to subtitle style, question mark, exclamation mark, em-dash, parentheses, or quotes), capitalize each distinct piece of the title as if it were a distinct title. Therefore, for example, always capitalize the first and last words of each section.
(2) Between the first and last word of a title Capitalize all words except:
(a) Articles: a, an, the
(b) Coordinate conjunctions: and, but, or, nor
(c) Short prepositions (three letters or less): as, at, by, for, in, of, on, to, but, cum, mid, off, per, qua, re, up, via -- except when used as adverbs or as an inseparable part of a verb (as in "Plug In Baby" or "Shine On You Crazy Diamond").
(d) When used to form an infinitive: to
(3) In compounds formed by hyphens, capitalize each part exactly as if they were a separate word.
(4) Capitalize contractions and slang consistent with the rules above to the extent that such clearly apply. For example, do not capitalize o' for "of", 'n' or n' for "and".

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