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The final score for The Hobbit: There and Back Again has been generating controversy.

After a contributor to this website posted an article claiming that the Irish singer-songwriter Enya would be returning to Middle-Earth in the exit music for The Hobbit (making a nice aural link between these movies and The Lord of the Rings trilogy), there has been much argument about whether or not that was true.

And so far, it doesn't seem like anyone really knows.

Much of the controversy started when music journalist Doug Adams - who wrote a book titled The Music of Lord of the Rings - tweeted a link to the article, wryly adding "Only you can decide if this is true or not (I'm not telling)"

This was then countered by Unity, Enya's official web-forum, which claimed decisively "Enya Is Not Involved In The Next Hobbit Film".

And that seemed to be that. Except that Adams wasn't done. He tweeted again on the subject, after he was accused of breaking fans' heart, claiming that there was no fixed answer on the subject, either way.

And that is all the information there is - but what do you think? Is Adams hinting Enya will be involved? Would you like her to be? Or is there some other piece of music you think would be better for the end of The Hobbit: There and Back Again? Write in with your thoughts below.

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