I did a quick search and this doesn’t appear to have been commented on here, but if it has been, I apologise in advance for starting an unnecessary thread.
Regarding a change to a song title, the study article on page 7 paragraph 17 of November 2017 Watchtower explained, “The change of the title “Guard Your Heart” to “We Guard Our Hearts” was most considerate. Why? In the audience at our meetings, assemblies, and conventions are many new ones, interested ones, young ones, and sisters who by singing the words would be put in the awkward position of telling others what to do. So the title and the lyrics were modified.”
The more I think about this the more it astonishes me. Even by Watchtower standards, this paranoia that any woman should be seen instructing a man, even in a song, is pretty extreme. What will the GB object to next?