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John Legend on ‘Blurred’ decision

12:18 AM March 25, 2015
John Legend AP FILE PHOTO

John Legend AP FILE PHOTO

AUSTIN, Texas—Grammy winner John Legend doesn’t agree with the jury that determined Pharrell Williams and Robin Thicke copied parts of Marvin Gaye’s “Got To Give It Up” to create “Blurred Lines”:

“There’s a lot of music out there… a lot of things that feel like other things, that are influenced by other things. You don’t want to get into that thing where all of us are suing each other all the time because this and that song feels like another song.” AP

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