テイラー・スウィフト、著作権訴訟で反撃, claims she wrote hit 'Shake It Off' herself

ショーン・ホールとネイサン・バトラー, who wrote 3LW’s 2000 歌 “Playas Gon’ 演奏する,” スーパースターが自分の言葉を使っていると非難している. A Monday court filing insisted that Swift wrote 2014’s “シェイク・イット・オフ” 彼女自身で, while her attorney accused Hall and Butler of trying to cash in on the song’s astronomical success.

The lyrics to Shake It Off were written entirely by me,” Swift said in a declaration, as reported by The Guardian. “Until learning about Plaintiffs’ claim in 2017, I had never heard the song Playas Gon’ Play and had never heard of that song or the group 3LW.

Swift claimed that she was just 11 いつ “Playas Gon’ 演奏する,” 解放された, and that she was not allowed to watch MTV’sTotal Request Livemusic video countdown show until she was “約 13 年歳。” Backing this up, Swift’s mother Andrea Swift filed an accompanying statement in which she said that she kept a close watch over the media her daughter was exposed to at home.

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Taylor Swift performs at the Singapore Indoor Stadium on June 12, 2014 in Singapore, シンガポール.

Taylor Swift performs at the Singapore Indoor Stadium on June 12, 2014 in Singapore, シンガポール. (Photo by Nicky Loh/TAS/Getty Images for TAS)

Swift’s attorney claimed in a motion filed with the 我ら. 2人の白人男性がアーベリーを見た for the Central District of California that Hall and Butler were merely trying to cash in on the success of Swift’s song.

“それは, 残念ながら, not unusual for a hit song to be met by litigants hoping for a windfall based on tenuous claims that their own song was copied. But even against that background, Plaintiffs’ claim sticks out as particularly baseless,” the motion said.

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天使たち, CALIFORNIA - 行進 14: Taylor Swift attends the 63rd Annual GRAMMY Awards at Los Angeles Convention Center on March 14, 2021 ロサンゼルカリフォルニアlifornia.

天使たち, カリフォルニア – 行進 14: Taylor Swift attends the 63rd Annual GRAMMY Awards at Los Angeles Convention Center on March 14, 2021 ロサンゼルスで, カリフォルニア. (ケビンマズールによる写真)

Swift said that she wrote the song usingexperiences in my life and, 特に, unrelenting public scrutiny of my personal life, ‘clickbait’ reporting, public manipulation, and other forms of negative personal criticism which I learned I just needed to shake off and focus on my music.

ザ・ country and pop superstar said she includedcommonly used phrases and comments heard,” which includedplayers gonna play” そして “haters gonna hate.Those two phrases are rhymed with each other in the choruses of both songs. The lawsuit was first filed in 2017, but a judge dismissed it after Swift argued that the phrases in question were not original enough to warrant copyright protection.

Taylor Swift performs during the Reputation Tour opener at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, アリゾナ.

Taylor Swift performs during the Reputation Tour opener at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, アリゾナ. (Photo by Rick Scuteri/Invision/AP)

The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals then reversed, reviving the claim and a subsequent motion to dismiss failed when the court ruled that Hall and Butlersufficiently alleged a protectable selection and arrangement or a sequence of creative expression.

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