You only see what your eyes want to see
As you remember songwriter Salvatore Acquaviva won a copyright infringement case back in 2005, when a court ruled that the lead single from “Ray of Light” was plagiarising the four bar introduction of his own 1979 song, “Ma Vie Fout L’camp”.
After the ruling Madonna’s camp immediately announced that they were going to appeal, but in the meanwhile Italian musician Edouard Scotto Di Suoccio claimed that both tracks were borrowing from his own track “Bloodnight”.
Therefore the three tracks were compared in a lawsuit in France, resulting that the different songs were considered “not sufficiently original” to highlight any plagiarism and claims of any similarities were dismissed for the bit of music shared among them is also been featured in several different songs written before and after the ones considered in the lawsuit.
On Monday, the Belgian appeal court in Mons ruled that there is no plagiarism and allowed “Frozen back for sale or broadcast in the country.