I wasn't quite sure where to put this particular thread. So please move it where you'd wish it to be. A couple of years ago before I fully understood the power of Apple IDs and iTunes I would have my daughter simply add her iTunes gift card redeem points for songs (at Christmas time/whenever) to my Apple ID. And then download her songs to her iDevice. Now that she has her own iPhone 4 and has a much larger library and created her own Apple ID for backup purposes to iTunes, etc., there're still scores of her songs in my library and associated with my Apple ID that I would like to get associated with her Apple ID and off my iCloud/iTunes Match forever. Does anybody know an easy way to do this? Do I have to go through Apple and give them a list of things that need to be taken off my ID and associated with hers? I know there are utilities out there that bypass the normal functionality of iTunes and allow you to manually move songs to devices you wish them to be on. But my concern is that when she then double clicks on that song in iTunes on her computer or iDevices she'll be asked to put in my Apple ID login. Won't she? What I'm asking to be able to do is to permanently reassociate about 100 songs with her Apple ID and never again be associated with my Apple ID. Is this possible?