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In 1957, his “Raunchy,” a song he co-wrote while living in Memphis and working out of Sun Studios, climbed all the way up to #2.

Cos' I'm bluffing It's my muffin I'm just stunning with my Love Glue gunning! might find itself having a devil of a time in court over the “Lucifer” theme song Warner Bros.Entertainment has found itself on the receiving end of a copyright infringement lawsuit filed by composers who wrote the song that the theme for the Fox series is based on.The suit, filed Thursday in federal court in California, alleges, “Although all defendants acknowledge that [Robert and Aron Marderosian] wrote and performed the ‘Lucifer’ main title theme, defendants Warner Bros.and NS Pictures have commercially used, broadcast and exploited the ‘Lucifer’ main title theme without any agreement with or license from Plaintiffs.” The suit goes on to allege that, while the Marderosians “have made repeated good faith efforts to resolve this matter without the necessity of litigation, the defendants have taken an untenable and unsupported position that Plaintiffs’ master recording and composition from which the Lucifer main title theme was taken are somehow owned by Warner Bros., and that Plaintiffs have no ownership interest or rights therein.” The complaint claims that the Marderosians, who also work under the names The Mardos and Heavy Young Heathens, were approached about helping to write the “Lucifer” theme song in October 2015 by composer Marco E.

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