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"Not including anything from Here Come The 123s." Is there a reason for that? -Apollo (oh no!) 22:12, 2 March 2010 (UTC)

I don't see why we can't have the stuff from that album. I mean, Letters Of The Alphabet has the tracks from Here Come the ABCs. -Grabbo 22:44, 2 March 2010 (UTC)

Do not despair, for I have edited it!--DidgeGuy 15:40, 4 March 2010 (UTC)

Revamp with me Jed[edit | edit source]

This theme can be useful if it's not filled with half-qualifiers. When I think "numbers" I think of songs in which the singer is holding a counted amount in their head or identifying a certain one of something (interstate 45). Kinds of things I'd like to get rid of:

  • "Neither one is equal to the challenge of the freak we'll..."
  • X-o'clock

Here's another thought: We have themes for counting, time, and mathematics. Anyone want to kill this page? Interstate 45 having a number in it doesn't interest me one bit. So yeah, thoughts/opinions? ~ magbatz 20:14, 24 July 2011 (EDT)

When my brother and I were making this theme, we were fairly new to the wiki. We were putting numbers as a theme for The Songs Of The 50 States and the link was red and we were like "What?! There's no page for that?". So we made a song theme page. Now that it's much later I see that using numbers, even in a way like in Hopeless Bleak Despair (which should be deleted), is SO common that I think it's fine to delete this page. But don't yet! I want other people to give their opinions. -- Buzzmusic100 ("Keep your voice down...")
I think this page should stay existent, but should be purged of all the half-quallifiers previously mentioned (e.g., "Welcome 2 Hell", any instance where "a" can substitute "one", etc.). -- DidgeGuy (आ ज) 01:04 25 July 2011 (UTC)