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Man Wants Payment for 'Charge' Stadium Jingle

Thinkstock/Getty Images(MIAMI) -- The man who created the now famous Da-da-da-da-da-da! Charge! jingle played at sporting events everywhere wants his paycheck.

According to the Miami Herald, 62-year-old Bobby Kent owns the copyright for the song and says that for the past 20 years he has been paid only a fraction of what he deserves by the licensing company.

He now says he plans to sue every pro sports team in the country except the Lakers -- who forked over $3,000 when Kent complained about their use of the song.

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