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Jepsen is best known for her chart-topping summer smash "Call Me Maybe," while Owl City's "Fireflies" hit the No. Song theft lawsuits are on the rise, but this one, authored by power lawyer Neville Johnson, is filled with details about musicology and contains other idiosyncrasies.
According to the complaint, the hook in Burnett's song is a "unique vocal motif" that is repeated throughout the song and "has a catchy pop vibe that both draws people in and sticks in people's heads." PHOTOS: The Beatles to The Wanted: The Evolution of Boy Bands The song, on Burnett's album .
According to the complaint, "Defendants' extensive access to ' Love Song' is sufficient to trigger the 'inverse ration rule,' whereby a reduced standard of proof of substantial similarity is required when a high degree of access is shown.
However, the substantial similarity between the Original Motif and the Copied Motif...
The song is featured on the brand new Veggie Tales DVD, Making a major impact on several Christian radio formats, "Light of Christmas" is the only new Christmas song, the most added song and the highest debut on the Hot AC/CHR chart, while also being the most added at Adult Contemporary (AC) Stations. “It's such a huge honor to be a part of the new Veggie Tales DVD, and duet with Toby Mac no less,” said Owl City’s Adam Young.
Likewise, the track made the biggest leap of the week on the National Christian Audience (NCA) Chart, jumping from No. “As a longtime fan of Veggie Tales and Toby Mac, this is truly a dream come true for me.
Mega-selling singers Carly Rae Jepsen and Owl City's Adam Young as well as several publishing companies and performing rights groups are being sued in a new copyright infringement lawsuit filed in California federal court.
The claims come from Allyson Nichole Burnett, an Alabama-based singer and songwriter who authored the 2010 song, "Ah, It's a Love Song." In Burnett's lawsuit, she says that Young, Matt Thiessen and Brian Lee have copied a prominent motif of her song to create the pop hit "Good Time," released by Owl City and Jepsen in June. 8 on the Billboard Hot 100 and was also played repeatedly during NBC's broadcast of the 2012 Summer Olympics, according to reports, in shows like .
is striking under any standard of proof." The lawsuit then gets granular with respect to the alleged similarities of the two songs. Burnett, who sometimes performs as Ally "Cupcake" Burnett, is alleging copyright infringement and playing up the alleged damage suffered.