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'''Todd''': ...from The Who. Well, not ''completely'' stolen, because the chord structure is different, see. "Baba O'Riley" goes ''[plays chords]'' Dah...dah-dah... and One Direction goes ''[plays similar chords]'' Dah...dah-dah. Completely different. But yeah, yeah, other than that...
 
'''Todd''': ...from The Who. Well, not ''completely'' stolen, because the chord structure is different, see. "Baba O'Riley" goes ''[plays chords]'' Dah...dah-dah... and One Direction goes ''[plays similar chords]'' Dah...dah-dah. Completely different. But yeah, yeah, other than that...
   
:''Clip of "Baba O'Riley"''
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:''Clip of "Baby O'Riley"''
   
 
'''Todd (VO)''': ...the inspiration is pretty blatant. What a bunch of hacks! What makes you think you have the right to rip off "Baba O'Riley," a song you could make a case for actually ''being'' the best song ever? How dare you? How dare you ''[back to "Best Song Ever"]'' make a song that sounds like "Baba O'Riley"?! What makes you think I want you to fill the airwaves with a song that starts with a slow synth build that suddenly ''slams'' into life with surging piano chords, guitar thundering out the most primal riff in rock history,...
 
'''Todd (VO)''': ...the inspiration is pretty blatant. What a bunch of hacks! What makes you think you have the right to rip off "Baba O'Riley," a song you could make a case for actually ''being'' the best song ever? How dare you? How dare you ''[back to "Best Song Ever"]'' make a song that sounds like "Baba O'Riley"?! What makes you think I want you to fill the airwaves with a song that starts with a slow synth build that suddenly ''slams'' into life with surging piano chords, guitar thundering out the most primal riff in rock history,...
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