The paper is a part of the author’s recent relevant research achievement concerning “The Restoration of Hui E’s Manuscript on Bai Juyi’s Collected Works (Poetry)in Nanchan Temple”. Taking the Collected Works of Bai Juyi in Shaoxing of Southern Song Dynasty as the master copy, the author sorts out the annotates that were added to the titles of poems in the poetry collection (excluding the New Yuefu in Volume III and Volume IV) and presents them as a table for overall research and comprehensive analysis. The research shows that there exist many problems in these footnotes, such as the confusion between the poem title and its footnotes, the false notes by scholars of Song Dynasty, and the mixing between Bai Juyi’s poems and others’ poems. As these problems have not been probed, the confirmation of the total number of Bai Juyi’s poetry works and the chronological issues in previous researches deserve more effort to reexamine. In addition, due to the limited space, the paper will first attach the table of annotates that were added to the titles of poems in Bai Juyi’s poetry collection to the end, and then make a specific analysis of the confusion between the poem title and its footnotes, while other issues mentioned above will be left to be continued.