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Taylor Swift on 'Shake It Off' copyright lawsuit: 'I wrote all the lyrics'

Taylor Swift can't seem to shake this off.

Her 11-time Grammy Award winner ended up in her 2017 copyright lawsuit accused of stealing lyrics to her 2014 hit "Shake It Off." dealt with.

The lawsuit was originally filed by songwriters Sean Hall and Nathan Butler, in which a 32-year-old girl allegedly accused her 3LW of her 2001 hit song " It claims to have stolen lyrics from Playas Gon. She writes 'Shake It Off' from 'Play'.

 In court documents viewed by Billboard, Swift claimed to have "never heard" the track accused of plagiarism, He said: It Off' is all written by me.

"In writing the lyrics, I draw upon my life's experiences, particularly the relentless public scrutiny of my personal life, 'clickbait' press coverage, manipulation of the masses, and other forms of denial. used some personal criticism. I've learned that I need to shake it off and focus on my music," the singer wrote.

Songwriters Hall and Butler said Swift removed the line "Playas gon' play/And haters, they gon' hat" from her 2001 song and replaced it with her 2014 song. claimed to have written: Play, play / and haters hate, hate, hate, hate, hate.

This "Lover" singer also noted that the lyrics were "players play", "haters "Hate it" is not uncommon, and "I heard it used as a child, like sayings like 'Don't hate the playa, hate the game' or 'Take cold medicine'." She added.

"When I was attending school in Wyomissing Hills and high school in Hendersonville, I heard other kids with me say things about playing and hating players." I remember that," she wrote in a statement.

"The first time I heard this song was after this claim was made," Swift said of her 2001 track on 3LW.