I listened to the song. It went:
The man in the hat is crazy. The man in the hat is....
Should there be a colon after 'went'?
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It depends on you. For example, when I'm filling the timesheet I used to write it down as below:
I have worked on below tasks today: -task 1 -task 2
And some people write it as
I have worked on these tasks -task 1 -task 2
But what I feel and prefer is to add the colon is the correct way to follow. Because in books they follow colon to show what character is saying, like
James: hi Jhon: hello How we read it? James says hi, Jhon says hello.