Plagiarism from other sources is not acceptable on this wiki; the page Ready As I'll Ever Be was plagiarized from this one on the Disney Wiki. In accordance with wiki rules, you will be temporarily blocked due to failure to obey the rules and disregard of the first issued warning. Again, this block is only temporary, and all rights will be restored upon your unblocking.
You won't be blocked for plagiarism as long as the sentences are in your own words. Make sure they're full, and try to not leave pages to be cleaned up by others; we do have a rule about making low-quality pages and leaving them for others to take care of.
Plagiarism is theft of someone else's work; it is immoral and unprofessional. If you want help creating pages, you can look at any of the many pages we have here as examples or see here for how to build a page.
It doesn't matter if no one is complaining about it; it is probably because they don't know about it. If you want to copy someone else's work, you need to get permission first, and on this wiki, copied pages are frowned upon due to being unprofessional. In publication, plagiarism is considered illegal theft and copyright infringement. This wiki has rules against that sort of thing. Feel free to look them over if you wish.
Lyrics you can copy/paste; those are universal and don't apply to plagiarism. I'm referring to the other information on the page.
For example, the original text for "Friends of the Working Mouse" was: "Friends of the Working Mouse is a villain song sung by Mr. Grasping, Mr. Toplofty, and Mr. O'Bloat in An American Tail: The Treasure of Manhattan Island. They sing it after coming up with an evil plan to get their factory workers on their side by giving them a common enemy; the Lenape Mice. They hope that this plan will result in their workers becoming more loyal, and that they won't complain when they force the workers to increase their output without getting a raise in pay. Meanwhile, Chief McBrusque and Scuttlebutt look on in slight bewilderment as their bosses sing and dance." This information is copied directly from the page on the American Tail Wiki. This is the stuff that we don't want you to plagiarize.
Lyrics and translations are fine; we're a song wiki so those will obviously not apply to plagiarism. But for all the other content, yes, it should be in your own words.
This is the Villain Song Wiki's rule 1.3: Plagiarism is one of the most frowned upon things on this wiki. If a page is recognized to have been copied from another place on the internet (even other wikis), it will be evaluated by an admin and deleted. The author of the page will receive a warning the first time, a temporary ban the second time, and a permanent ban on the third. This rule obviously does not apply to lyrics sections.