Carrie Underwood Sued Over “Something In The Water”

Carrie Underwood is being accused by two Canadian songwriters of stealing their song, “Something In The Water.” The song was a #1 hit for Carrie from her 2014 “Greatest Hits” album. 

The two songwriters, Ronald McNeill and Georgia Lyons-Savage are suing Carrie for copyright infringement, claiming they wrote a song with the same name in August, 2012. They say they pitched the song to Carrie’s people, who passed. Carrie then released her track two years later, which she co-wrote with Chris DeStefano and Brett James, which the songwriters say contains a lyrically identical hook to their song.

The duo is asking that the case be argued in front of a jury, and they are seeking any profits from the song.

Check out Carrie's music video (below) for "Something In The Water."

Source: WKRN

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