Two musicians who had accused Taylor Swift of stealing the lyrics for her number-one song of the year 2012 have disregarded their protest, according to court documents released on Monday

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 Sean Hall and Nathan Butler explained to a federal judge in Los Angeles how they might forgive their 2017 case of discrimination,

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which controls a file once more. The case's trial was scheduled to begin in January 2023.

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On Monday, Swift and the songwriters' legal representatives submitted court paperwork; however, they omitted any mention of a potential settlement.

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Requests for further information were not immediately responded to by the party Representatives.

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A court dismissed the complaint in 2018 on the grounds that the lyrics were too commonplace to be copied

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but an appeals panel revived it in 2021. Swift stated in court testimony in August that she had never heard the song by 3LW before to creating the song

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She asserted that the expressions "players going to play" and "haters going to hate" are commonly used to suggest that one can or ought to brush aside hardship

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 Hall and Butler believed that the lyrics were too closely related for their similarity to be a coincidence. They had sought unspecified damages in their demand.

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