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Just wanted to say that I reverted your edit to the Motion City Soundtrack:Everything Is Alright page. It appears that you changed the lyrics as they existed on the page to reflect the lyric booklet or some other official source. However, in this case, the existing lyrics were a transcription of the recorded song, which had been "certified" by me.
Please note that the guidelines for lyrics on this site (available here) state "The lyrics should always be transcribed as sung and reflect what is sung on the recording. Even if these differ from the 'official' lyrics, or those published in the liner notes." You can check a song's talk page to see if it's been certified, which is an indication that the current version of the lyrics on the page is already a transcription. Trainman 18:41, November 11, 2009 (UTC)