I'm proofreading a piece of nonfiction in which the author will not permit me to reword. The author insists that I use the possessive of a song title in quote marks—which, I guess, is the proper format for song titles (i.e., to be enclosed inside quote marks and not be italicized). Here is the example: "You Get What You Give" 's vibrant sound . . . I am just garnering opinions here. If forced with a gun to your head (ugh!), would you punctuate it as I did above, or would you omit that space? I will admit—both look horrendous! But without having any "wiggle room," I am helpless here. Second option: "You Get What You Give"'s vibrant sound . . . It was suggested that I do this (but it is so flagrantly wrong): "You Get What You Give's" vibrant sound . . . And would you opt for curly or straight quotes throughout?