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There were numerous times when people talked about songs that weren't actually real. The Rutland Weekend Dirty Book "A Ticket to Rut" The Rutland Weekend Songbook "Can't Buy Me Rut" "My Sweet Rut" "A Ticket to Rut" All You Need Is Cash "All You Need Is Cash" "All You Need Is Lunch" "Twist and Rut" Can't Buy Me Lunch "Can't Buy Me Lunch" "The Lunch You Take, Is Equal To The Lunch You Make"

There were numerous times when people talked about songs that weren't actually real. The Rutland Weekend Dirty Book "A Ticket to Rut" The Rutland Weekend Songbook "Can't Buy Me Rut" "My Sweet Rut" "A Ticket to Rut" All You Need Is Cash "All You Need Is Cash" "All You Need Is Lunch" "Twist and Rut" Can't Buy Me Lunch "Can't Buy Me Lunch" "The Lunch You Take, Is Equal To The Lunch You Make"

Following the release of the 1978 the Rutles album, ATV Music, the then-owner of the publishing rights to the Beatles catalogue, sued Innes for copyright infringement. Though Innes hired a musicologist to defend the originality of his songs, he settled with ATV out of court for 50% of the royalties on the 14 songs included on the album. As of early 2006, these six songs from the first Rutles CD (which were not on the original LP release, but some of which were included in the television film) are credited solely to Neil Innes: "Baby Let Me Be", "Between Us", "Blue Suede Schubert", "Get Up And Go", "Goose Step Mama", and "It's Looking Good". The other 14 songs from the CD (all songs from the original LP release) have all had John Lennon and Paul McCartney added to the songwriting credits.

In 16th-century Britain, Thomas Campion wrote lute songs and Sir Philip Sidney, Edmund Spenser, and William Shakespeare popularized the sonnet. In France, La Pliadeincluding Pierre de Ronsard, Joachim du Bellay, and Jean-Antoine de Bafaimed to break with earlier traditions of French poetryparticularly Marot and the grands rhtoriqueursand began imitating classical Greek and Roman forms such as the odes. Favorite poets of the school were Pindar, Anacreon, Alcaeus, Horace, and Ovid. They also produced Petrarchan sonnet cycles. Spanish devotional poetry adapted the lyric for religious purposes. Notable examples were Teresa of vila, John of the Cross, Sor Juana Ins de la Cruz, Garcilaso de la Vega, and Lope de Vega. Although better known for his epic Os Lusadas, Lus de Cames is also considered the greatest Portuguese lyric poet of the period. In Japan, the naga-uta ("long song") was a lyric poem popular in this era. It alternated five and seven-syllable lines and ended with an extra seven-syllable line.

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