It happens that bwr fml formulated :
> On Saturday, November 27, 2021 at 4:36:17 PM UTC-8, Archimedes Plutonium
>> Math analysis of two songs, Sondheim's Send in the Clowns and Joni
>> Mitchell's Both Sides, Now. Was one stolen from the other????
>> So there I was yesterday, hearing the news that Stephen Sondheim the
>> composer had died at age 91 and his beautiful Send in the Clowns music piece
>> aired on tv. ... But getting back to Send in the Clowns, I woke up the next
>> day and to my surprise, a memory came back to the tune of Both Sides, Now, a
>> song about clouds.
>> And then my memory clicked. I was confused because those two songs melodies
>> sounded almost alike, only change the lyrics.
>> AP, thanks in advance
> Oh, an AP claim. Let's do something totally out of character and actually try
> to test it.
> Compare side-by-side
> the first page or two of the notes and those do not appear to have any
> similarity at all, which makes your claim that the tunes sound almost
> identical seem very questionable. But that is just the first page or two.
> Perhaps you could pay the cheap price to get the complete digital copies
> of each, subtract the two second by second and see if the result is almost
> exactly zero and present here what the result of that actual calculation is.
> Or you could calculate the correlation coefficient between those two,
> second by second, and show how you did that and what the result is.
> That would test your claim and show whether you were right or wrong
Now you've done it! He's taken the first page and cut it into a cone