The family of Marvin Gaye may not be done just yet—and we’re not talking about their bone to pick with “Blurred Lines,” either.

CBS News reports that in an interview following the ruling that saw the family awarded over $7 million after alleging that Gaye’s “Got to Give It Up” was similar enough to Robin Thicke and Pharrell’s hit song of 2013 that the songwriters had substantially borrowed from the original, Nona Gaye, Marvin’s daughter, set her sights on another song on which Pharrell worked: his own “Happy.”

“I’m not going to lie,” Gaye said. “I do think they sound alike.”

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She’s referring to “Happy,” one of 2014’s biggest hits, and her father’s “Ain’t That Peculiar.” The song was recorded in 1965 and produced by Smokey Robinson.

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