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September 03, 2010

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I really happy Lady Gaga walked away with so many MTV awards yesterday. I know she is not the best singer in the world but at least she is entertaining.

Brian Jurvick

Under current law, both the composer and the recording company are "copyright holders." Both the composition AND the recording of it are separate copyrightable works.

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