BULGARIA - The stars are not so brightly shinning tonight, as Derek Zuniga of the United States, brought allegations that international phenomenon and new age singer/composer 'Enya' had maliciously stolen his music. Derek (36) had been writing this song for several years collaborating with American Goth-star Marilyn Manson.
Locked in a string of several lawsuits to affirm ownership on a specific song, the controversial laid foundation was all too suspicious for Grammy award winning artist/performer 'Enya,' who took the stand Tuesday in a Court of Law to defend herself against these proposed accusations.
The song, which has become a backdrop of modern-day myth and cult-ridden obsessive culture, 'May it be', may not quite be all that it may be. Insiders to her Gregorian monk type home offered only small slices of truth, and spoke in ridiculous nonsense, and made-up languages. Programmed by a quaint epic trilogy, these Sheba's had exceedingly no intelligence to call their own, so we disbanded and set forth back to Hollywood, USA.
Zuniga hopes to gain sustainable damages and punitive penalties for this unruly theft, which has now gained acclaim as the best song on Earth.