Dublin is getting two Luke Kelly statues but their locations have yet to be set in stone.
It's after the city council broke its own rules to allow two memorials.
An exception was made after the Kelly family was unhappy with the modern artwork commissioned by the local authority.
Now, as planned, a massive bust with copper wire for the singer's hair will go ahead at Luke Kelly Park in Kelly's native north inner city.
City Arts Officer Ray Yeates says the second more traditional bronze figure will be erected somewhere else.
"The Kelly family would like to have it close to Stephen's Green. That's a very crowded area... probably very difficult to achieve. The commissioner of the second statue would like to have it on South King Street. Again... not sure if it's feasible."
Member of the city council's Arts committee Willie White jokingly suggested Raglan Road in Ballsbridge for the second statue, after Luke Kelly's famous version of the ballad. But Social Democrats councillor Gary Gannon thinks that's actually a great idea.
"Willie probably raised Raglan Road in jest but I love the poetry of that!"
There's now a call to draw up a list of possible locations and consult with the public.
Arts Officer Ray Yeates has also warned steps need to be taken to avoid a repeat of the situation, saying there can be no breaking of the one statue rule in the future.