lyric

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  • Both members also work together to write lyrics for the band's songs.
  • The characters of the game advance through levels with original music and lyrics.
  • He wrote and directed four radio plays and wrote song lyrics.
  • He later said that he wrote the lyrics during his journey home from the departure.
  • He later referred to him in a number of his lyrics.
  • Every season, the TV version of the song was presented with re-worked lyrics.
  • His music and lyrics have been featured in numerous written publications and films.
  • The original lyrics were rejected by the studio so new ones were written.
  • She soon began writing her own tunes and eventually added lyrics to them.
  • These lyrics did not receive wide attention at the time.
  • The three main components of a book musical are its music, lyrics and book.
  • He employed every variety of lyric and made his mark in all.
  • When the time came to start recording, however, he did not deliver any lyrics.
  • In some cases, song titles appear as lyrics in other songs.
  • It consists of the first four bars followed by the last five, without lyrics.
  • Several films have their titles taken from the song's lyrics.
  • Most of his poems are short lyrics that were inspired by actual events.
  • The following lyrics were used during the military regime in the country.
  • For a time he abandoned lyric for the drama, writing several original plays.
  • Nonetheless, numerous songs use the city's name in their song title or lyrics.
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Meaning of lyric

  • noun The text of a popular song or musical-comedy number
    his compositions always started with the lyrics, he wrote both words and music, the song uses colloquial language
  • noun A short poem of songlike quality
  • verb Write lyrics for (a song)
  • adjective Used of a singer or singing voice that is light in volume and modest in range
    a lyric soprano
  • adjective Relating to or being musical drama
    the lyric stage
  • adjective Of or relating to a category of poetry that expresses emotion (often in a songlike way)
    lyric poetry