Google’s placing track lyrics proper into your search outcomes
Regardless of what your ears might inform you, The Ramones needed to be sedated (not “a bit of bacon”). There in all probability is not one amongst us who hasn’t turned to the oracles of the online to conquer a pesky mondegreen, and Google’s beginning to make that course of just a bit simpler. Should you seek for a music’s lyrics on Google, you may see these phrases will seem atop the remainder of these outcomes with out a lot as a single additional click on wanted. Identical to that, Google has began sticking it to all these terribly obnoxious, advert-laden lyrics websites gumming up the online. Oh pleased day. Catch is, Google’s pulling that information straight from the Play Retailer… or somewhat, the handful of Play Retailer music listings which have lyrics related to them. Meaning the overwhelming majority of songs you seek for will not return lyrics — most of The Rolling Stones’ discography did not flip up extra informative outcomes, whereas searches for MC Hammer’s “Cannot Contact This” and Eartha Kitt’s “Santa Child” yielded paydirt. Seems to be like the parents in Mountain View actually have their musical priorities straight.
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