Bruno Mars is Being Sued Yet Again for Copyright Infringement

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Bruno Mars might be headed back to the courtroom. 

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The singer and Mark Ronson are being sued by the group Collage who are claiming that song "Uptown Funk" is a copy of their 1983 song "Young Girls," according to TMZ. The band is saying that the song copies the harmony, melody, structure and rhythm of their song. 

“The distinct funky specifically noted and timed consistent guitar riffs present throughout the compositions, virtually if not identical bass notes and sequence, rhythm, structure, crescendo of horns and synthesizers rendering the compositions almost indistinguishable if played over each other and strikingly similar if played in consecutively,” the claim states.

Collage is seeking unspecified damages and profits from Mars and Ronson. This is the second time that the two are accused of copyright infringement for "Uptown Funk." Earlier this year, The Sequence, accused the men of using their song "Funk You Up" as the inspiration for their hit single. In May 2015, Mars and Ronson gave 17 percent of royalties made from the song to the writers of Gap Band's "Oops Upside You Head" because of how similar the songs are. 

Mars is currently living life off of his new single "24K Magic" and we couldn't be happier for him so we are seriously hoping that all of this gets settled. 

"I hope that my music does the talking," he said of how he wants to be remembered. "I just wanna do music. It could be boring for people this day and age, but I don't wanna be known for no scandals or controversy. I want to be the guy that brings joy to your life through his music. That's it," he told Zane Lowe on Beats 1 recently. 

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Check out the songs below and decide for yourself how similar they really are: