Lady GaGa was recently reached with the allegation of infringement of copyright on their single “Judas.” Instead of issuing statement on the case, it took Twitter to publish an official cover for their next single “You and I”. “You will never find what you want in love, if you do not love yourself,” she wrote, along with the image.
“The video is about the idea that when you’re away from someone you love is a torture,” he continued. “I knew I wanted the video is about me running back and walk hundreds of miles to bring him back.”
GaGa was accused of ripping “Judas” by a singer named Rebecca Francescatti. The second single from the album “Born This Way” was claimed by Rebecca as a copy of his 1999 song “Judah”. Through a lawyer, she said: “Although the songs are different styles, the composition is the same and the chorus is the same tune.”
Rebecca also said that the similarities between the two songs are not coincidental, because the former bassist Brian Gaynor is employed by a music company who wrote 17 songs in the most recent album Gaga. Therefore, Rebecca
Now the recognition for what she created.