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according to Here Today

"Sweet Child O' Mine"

(Music: Rose, Slash, Stradlin / Lyrics: Rose)

check this out. Think Oasis payed out for this.

Holy shit, nice find

I actually like both bands/both songs and i don't think about this until now

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I like the Australian Crawl song where James Reyne sings like a Chinese guy with a cleft palate and you can't understand the lyrics.

I hear it.

There sure are some similarities

So, that song is out in 1981. Appetite was out in 1987. SCOM became a HUGE hit in what, 88? It's 2015 now. NOW he's wanting a lawsuit?

And the Police recorded Every Breath You Take in 1982.

Lies

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So, that song is out in 1981. Appetite was out in 1987. SCOM became a HUGE hit in what, 88? It's 2015 now. NOW he's wanting a lawsuit?

And the Police recorded Every Breath You Take in 1982.

Lies

Lies was released in 1988.

But really, if you never have, listen to EBYT and you'll hear SCOM in it.

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So, that song is out in 1981. Appetite was out in 1987. SCOM became a HUGE hit in what, 88? It's 2015 now. NOW he's wanting a lawsuit?

And the Police recorded Every Breath You Take in 1982.

Lies

Lies was released in 1988.

But really, if you never have, listen to EBYT and you'll hear SCOM in it.

Seriously? I know both songs well, and I don't hear any similarities. They share some chords,but in a different progression. Comparing the melodies doesn't fit either. I'm sorry, but I just don't get it. Where do you hear a similarity?
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So, that song is out in 1981. Appetite was out in 1987. SCOM became a HUGE hit in what, 88? It's 2015 now. NOW he's wanting a lawsuit?

And the Police recorded Every Breath You Take in 1982.

Lies

Lies was released in 1988.

But really, if you never have, listen to EBYT and you'll hear SCOM in it.

Seriously? I know both songs well, and I don't hear any similarities. They share some chords,but in a different progression. Comparing the melodies doesn't fit either. I'm sorry, but I just don't get it. Where do you hear a similarity?

Someone mentioned it in a previous thread. The bass line sounds similar to SCOM's main riff. It's just a point that several songs have similarities to other songs made before it.

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