Mariah Carey is being sued over her iconic hit holiday song All I Want For Christmas Is You...
Another artist, Andy Stone, filed a lawsuit against the five-time Grammy winner, claiming copyright infringement 28 years after she released the Christmas jingle in 1994, according to TMZ.
Stone claims to have recorded a holiday-themed song, also titled All I Want For Christmas Is You, several years before Carey dropped her track.
Her version went on to top the charts in 26 countries and reportedly earn a whopping $60 million in royalties by 2017, according to The Economist.
Stone recorded his song, a country ballad, in Nashville in 1989 under the artist name, Vince Vance & The Valiants, featuring lead vocals from Lisa Burgess Stewart, otherwise known as Lisa Layne.
It would be about five years after Stone and his Vince Vance & The Valiants' release that Carey dropped All I Want For Christmas Is You as the lead single to her fourth studio album Merry Christmas in 1994, along with her own music video.
Her version, which was co-written by Walter Afanasieff and proves to be more uptempo than Stone's track, has since gone on to become a Christmas standard that seemingly surges in popularity each holiday season.