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We All Lie

So I came across an article saying that "We All Lie" plagiarised Bea Miller's song "To the Grave" (relevant article here, and link to Bea Miller's song here). Honestly, listening to the song from 40 seconds onwards, I wouldn't be surprised if it was plagiarised. What do you guys think? If "We All Lie" is indeed plagiarised, I think it's a real shame, because I feel like the song plays an integral part in the drama.

We All Lie

Producers of hit JTBC drama 'SKY Castle' has responded to allegations the OST "We All Lie" by Ha Jin was plagiarized.Netizens and viewers came to the conclusion Han Jin's "We All Lie" was too similar to Bea Miller's 2017 track "To the Grave", but a rep from the drama has denied the accusations. On January 30, 'SKY Castle' reps responded, "We've confirmed with the music director, and 'We All Lie' has not been plagiarized."Listen to both tracks below, and let us know what you think.

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We All lie down in the RiverA talking song - I like them (Big Bad John, Park Life, Shifting Whispering Sands, and, the greatest of them all - Win Night Out with a Famous Paranoiac). A descendant of the Victorian music hall monologue: 'there's a one-eyed yeller idol to the north of Kathmandu...'With a big-ass shoutathon chorus (I thought of Nemesis, but only a bit).I had an experience with the Severn Bore which is a natural phenomenon near where I live. Basically, the river (and the Severn is a big-ass, best-not-mess river alright - 2nd biggest tidal range in the world - after the Amazon) goes backwards at certain times of the year. I know - very cool eh? Not really though Actually, it's a wave that starts out at sea and just heads upriver at Very Specific Times - there are charts online that can tell you to the minute when the wave arrives and how big it's likely to be. People wait for it, in wetsuits and with surfboards and ride it for a bit, in an unexciting very English way. It's quite a slow wave, the Severn Bore, some might say a bit bor... sorry. It's not that people want to ride it like some Hawaiian breaker, for a rush - it's more like they want to commune with the River God (or goddess, actually - she's called Sabrina. Really - a Roman thing). To immerse themselves in/hang out with this River Behaving Unusually. And I thought about baptism and water purifying you and the idea of Orwell's 'Inside the Whale' - 'a womb big enough for an adult'.... and Russel Hoban's 'Department of Capitulation and Unconditional Surrender'. It's better if we all Lie Down, you know... mmmmm.

Bella DePaulo, Ph.D., a psychologist at the University of Virginia, has confirmed that lying is simply a condition of life. In her research she found that both men and women lie in approximately a fifth of their social exchanges lasting 10 or more minutes. Wow. And over the course of a week we deceive about 30 percent of people we have 1:1 interactions with. Wow wow.

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