Itunes keep asking for computer authorization

hej out there!
after I have byed a song and want to hear it, itunes say that my computer is not authorizased for playing the song. then a box pop up and asking for my password.
well then i do that but it seamslike my computer is not being authorixed cause it keep asking for authorization all the time and not playing the song.
funny ha!!!!
hope some out there are having more brain then I...
cheers

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