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I have a question about my Music Fans Stack Exchange post: Taylor Swift and Maroon 5 - same song titles?

I am not happy with the answers posted in my original question and I really needed some answers about "Selena Gomez" and "Katy Perry".

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For this specific question, I think there may be a deeper misunderstanding you have on how song titles are created. While there may not be one way to define this, there's a general pattern that a lot of artists follow that leads to the answers you got are based off of.

My suggestions are the follows:

  • Ask a question about how artist determine song title in general.
  • Edit your question to be more general about song title overlap between artis
  • Ask specific questions about the meanings of the individual songs and how they were made. If they influenced each other (which I doubt) it will show up in those other question
  • Post a bounty on your original question when you have enough rep
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  • But, what do I do so that I can get answers about "Selena Gomez" and "Katy Perry"? – Arunabh Bhattacharya Jun 5 at 20:29
  • @ArunabhBhattacharya you have your answer. The titles are generic. Please reread this answer for where you should go from here. – Dom Jun 5 at 20:32
  • But, currently I have answers saying that "Daylight" and "This Love" are generic titles. I am not happy with that answer. I need an answer that says "Rise" and "Birthday" are generic titles. – Arunabh Bhattacharya Jun 5 at 20:42
  • @ArunabhBhattacharya they are also generic titles hence why it was closed as a duplicate. Last warning please review the suggestions here. Reposting this meta question and the other question is not helping. – Dom Jun 5 at 20:47
  • And the other thing is that currently, I only have a reputation of 3. Here are the privileges get with a higher reputation. I need to reach a higher reputation. – Arunabh Bhattacharya Jun 5 at 20:48
  • @ArunabhBhattacharya the only one that requires more rep is the bounty but I specify "Post a bounty on your original question when you have enough rep". 2 of the 4 suggestions will get you more rep by asking more questions. – Dom Jun 5 at 20:49
  • So, how can I edit my question to be more general about song title overlap between artists? – Arunabh Bhattacharya Jun 5 at 20:55
  • @ArunabhBhattacharya Focus on the pattern across several different artist you already have two and shift the question to the generic concept rather than the specific artists. – Dom Jun 5 at 20:57
  • So, how do I shift the question to the generic concept? – Arunabh Bhattacharya Jun 5 at 21:00
  • @ArunabhBhattacharya You've noticed a pattern. Use that to shape the question instead of asking the same question with two different artists. – Dom Jun 5 at 21:09
  • What is the pattern? – Arunabh Bhattacharya Jun 5 at 21:11
  • "Same Song titles" – Dom Jun 5 at 21:13
  • So, where do I edit my question and put the generic concept of "Same Song Titles"? – Arunabh Bhattacharya Jun 5 at 21:20
  • @ArunabhBhattacharya take a step back. You've produced two questions that are considered duplicates of each other due to them having the same answer. Focus on the why this was and use it to shape your question. You original question is currently locked. I will unlock it so you can do this, but if you continue the path of just asking a very different question I will roll back and lock again. – Dom Jun 5 at 21:27
  • The title of my question is now Different artists - same song titles?. – Arunabh Bhattacharya Jun 5 at 21:59

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