The jury found Ed Sheeran didn’t copy, and he won the copyright battle. “Get it on. Let’s go!”

The copyright infringement lawsuit that Ed Sheeran claimed may spell the end of his musical career has been resolved in his favor.

The jury determined following a two-week trial in Manhattan that the Grammy-winning songwriter did not copy Marvin Gaye’s 1973 soul smash “Let’s Get It On.”

The estate of the song’s co-writer, Ed Townsend, brought the complaint in 2017, claiming that “striking similarities” existed between the earlier song and Sheeran’s 2014 hit “Thinking Out Loud.”