I've been using iTunes since it was SoundJam. When the iTunes Music Store made legal music available, I purchased a fair amount of it. When I was able, I changed these to unprotected versions (not all were made available in that format). So, for the most part, I have a large library of music, purchased and ripped, and some of it is m4p protected. On those songs that were updated to unprotected versions via Apple's upgrade option (I recall it being 30 cents per song), I deleted the older, 128kbps versions in favor of the newer ones. Or at least I thought I did. I'm finding songs in my library that are identified with the iCloud download symbol, and whose metadata is not editable. Location, per Get Info, is "iCloud". Not only can I not edit them, but I cannot delete them. Right-clicking on a song offers a "delete" option, but nothing happens. This is a nuisance, particularly when the metadata is wrong. For example, I have a copy of Celine Dion's "My Heart Will Go On", that says its date of release is 1947. So it's in my 1940s playlist, even though it is clearly not a 1947 song. How do I get rid of these and other "iCloud" songs? I do not use Apple Match, Apple Music, or any iCloud service with Apple's music. I buy a track, download it, and that's it.