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Michael Jackson owns the rights to the South Carolina State anthem?


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2011-04-06 20:36:56
2011-04-06 20:36:56

No, he doesn't. He owns the rights to "Carolina on My Mind" which is part of the Beatles collection he owns the rights to. He does not own the rights to "South Carolina on My Mind".


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