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Ed Sheeran just got hit with another lawsuit claiming he ripped off “The Rest of Our Life,” a song he wrote for Tim McGraw and Faith Hill.
The new suit against the 26-year-old superstar, filed by members of Jasmine Rae, caused showbiz411 to ask the question, “So why why why does he [Sheeran] have such a bad problem with plagiarism?”
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“‘The Rest of Our Life,’ sounds so much like Jasmine Rae’s 2014 hit “When I Found You” that its Australian writers, Sean Carey and Beau Golden, have filed suit against Sheeran, et al. And yes, the songs are very much alike,” lamented showbiz411.
Earlier this year Sheeran had to deal the songwriters of TLC’s “No Scrubs” over stark similarities to his massive hit “Shape of You.”
Showbiz411, “Indeed, the shape of Sheeran’s song came from ‘No Scrubs’ and there was no debating it.”
“What’s frustrating is that Sheeran seems capable of not doing this. All he has to do is ask someone over 30, “Does this sound familiar?” And it when it does, you scrap it. Otherwise, it’s back to the courts.” source
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