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RS Lyr/Tune Req: Rollin' Home (Eric Andersen) (6) RE: Rollin' Home (REQ: Lyrics & Music) 30 Jul 97


If you make your way to the Peter Paul and Mary website, (at http://www.downeast.net/ppm/ ), then click on the "Alphabetical list of songs which contains links to lyrics, songbooks and video releases" , (at http://www.downeast.net/ppm/nslist.html ), then click on the "R" page (at http://www.downeast.net/ppm/nslist.html#r ) then click just underneath "Rolling Home", where it says "Album 1700", you will get to http://www.downeast.net/ppm/na1700.html#song1 , with the complete lyrics of the song "Rolling Home".

Of course you could just cut & paste the last URL given above, but then you'll miss seeing what a great website PP&M have put together!

By the way, a query to the "Powers That Be": I could obviously have just cut & pasted the lyrics from that site, & posted them here, which would have saved Hugo the (slight) inconvenience of looking them up, and also made them available for you to add to DT. But I am unsure of the netiquette here ... is this an ok thing to do? Should one ask the website owner, out of politeness, if they mind?

Obviously, one would be unlikely to get caught, especially if one made minor modifications before posting ... but suppose one took MANY songs from one site? Any thoughts on how to approach this?


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