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Old 05-07-2011, 09:11 AM   #21
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Its an old statement but I really do hate it when people insist on saying something when they really have nothing good or worthwhile to say!

Butterscotch made this thread thinking that Robin Spielberg ripped off Van Diemen's Land, I'm sure Butterscotch was interested to learn how U2 had previously borrowed the tune from a very old traditional Scottish song, The Water is Wide,

So there is absolutely no need for people to jump all over Butterscotch's thread with immature comments, If you don't like the thread you don't have to be in here!!!, The great thing about this online community is fans can discuss whatever they please with other fans.
That, or the silly chap could have done a Google search before jumping to a ridiculous conclusion and making an ass out of himself on a public forum.

Both are good!
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Beautiful song! The Water Is Wide.
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