Talk:Paint Your Wagon (musical)

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Trivia[edit]

It was also parodied on an Episode of Family guy. I think that should be added to references.

Celtic song?[edit]

I haven't seen the musical, so I apologize if the answer is obvious in the show, but I'm curious about why Wikipedia refers to "They Call the Wind Maria" as "the Celtic song." Does it have something to do with being Celtic? I can't find any reference for that; is that phrase just a joke? --Elysdir 03:38, 21 January 2007 (UTC)

No one's stepped up and documented it, and I felt suspicious of it as soon as I saw the article, so I removed it. Marieblasdell (talk) 02:31, 23 March 2009 (UTC)

Mariah Carey?[edit]

The tidbit about Mariah Carey being named after "They Call the Wind Maria" seems awfully suspect to me, and I can't find a confirmation in the article on her or any real references to back it up (all the ones I'm finding are direct quotes of what was used here). Does this have any basis in reality, or should I just go ahead and remove it?