#1
**Asking this for a friend**

well here it goes

im hired by my school to make a senior video

so bascially i gotta fil this years events such and such

i want to use songs like

the final countdown
dancing in teh moonlight
and
lean on me

im only selling these to senior students for like 10$ and nobody else or anywhere else
they must contact me to purchase the film in school

must i email the record companies that own the songs?
Or wut if i only used parts of the song?


I've told him that basically, since he's getting profits out of this he normally should, but I'm not 100% sure about this.
Can anyone clear this up?

LOOKING FOR SERIOUS ANSWERS PLEASE! Thanks
#2
The record companies will never EVER know about a silly little senior video.
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#5
serious response: if he gets caught, it's probably a minor offense, but he'll have to pay a fine. however, I doubt anyone could prove he actually charged money for 'em.


/serious


DISREGARD THAT, I SUCK lollipops
#6
Copyright infringement is for pussies. Murdering the recording companies would be a hell of a lot cooler. then you can do any song you want
Originally Posted by cnut
When I was eight, me and my best friend started "practicing for girls".
Which involved us going into the woods, and him sticking his dick in my ass.
The last time we did it, his sister caught us.


#7
shouldn't really be a problem although technically you shouldn't use them
Scar tissue that I wish you saw
Sarcastic mister know it all
Close your eyes and I'll kiss you cause
With the birds I'll share
This lonely view