Chaim Witz (aka Gene Simmons) and Stanley Eisen (aka Paul Stanley), the two litigious Jews who run Kiss, bless us with news of their magnanimous mercy and generosity… by not suing Bruce Springsteen:
Gene Simmons has revealed why KISS decided not to sue Bruce Springsteen over The Boss’s 2009 song “Outlaw Pete”, which contains a chorus that is somehwhat similar to that of the band’s 1979 hit “I Was Made For Lovin’ You”.
“KISS have sued lots of people [for plagiarism] and won,” Simmons told The Guardian. “But some people we don’t sue. We didn’t sue Bruce Springsteen for ‘Outlaw Pete’. How do we decide who to sue and who not to? We like Springsteen. We don’t sue.”