Meat Loaf's long legal battle finally settled

Meat Loaf has settled the copyright lawsuit tied to his 1993 hit “I’d Do Anything for Love (But I Won’t Do That).”

According to The Wrap, the 12-year suit brought by Jon Dunmore Sinclair and Mike Molina against Meat and songwriter Jim Steinman centered on similarities to "[I’d Do] Anything for You," which the duo wrote in 1989. Their song never charted, but Meat Loaf's single spent five weeks at number-one.

The suit claimed that the songs shared "a similar chord progression," with lyrics built around the phrase, "I would do anything for…"

No word on terms of the settlement.

 
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