Carrie Underwood Responds To Lawsuit

Carrie Underwood and her team have responded to accusations and a lawsuit brought on by two Canadian songwriters who are accusing her of copyright infringement over Carrie's 2014 song “Something in the Water" (see original story and video below).

Carrie's rep rep responded to the lawsuit, “We are aware that a lawsuit was filed regarding the authorship of ‘Something in the Water. We want all of Carrie’s fans, and everyone, to know that ‘Something in the Water’ was written by Brett James, Chris DeStefano and Carrie Underwood. This is a deeply personal song regarding Carrie’s faith and she is saddened that anyone would attempt to challenge that for financial gain.”

The statement concludes, “Neither Carrie nor any of her co-writers ever received or heard the plaintiffs’ song. We fully expect that Carrie, Brett and Chris will be vindicated in the courts.”

Source: The Tennessean

Carrie Underwood Sued Over “Something In The Water”
Carrie Underwood Sued Over “Something In The Water”
Carrie is being accused of stealing the tune “Something In The Water,” which appeared on her 2014 “Greatest Hits” album.
 
 
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