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Tim McGraw and Faith Hill Named in a Copyright Lawsuit

Posted by carolyn ellis on 2018/01/11

Songwriters Sean Carey and Beau Golden have filed a complaint in a New York federal court that claims that the title track from Tim McGraw and Faith Hill's album The Rest of Our Life is "blatant copying" of their 2014 song "When I Found You". The songwriters for "The Rest of Our Life" - Ed Sheeran, Amy Wadge, Johnny McDaid and Steve McCutcheon - are also named in the $5 million lawsuit. The plantiffs are represented by Richard Busch, who successfully represented Marvin Gaye's family in a suit against Pharrell and Robin Thicke over the song "Blurred Lines".


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