How to put Song Lyrics in iTunes and iPods
iTunes can display song lyrics for music files, but it doesn’t automatically slurp in that data in the same way as it does album art. To grab lyrics, download the free iTunes Lyrics Importer. Close iTunes first, and then install and launch Lyrics Importer. iTunes will also open.
You can obtain lyrics for specific tunes by selecting one or many songs and then clicking the Get Lyrics button. Preview the details if you want, and click Update.
You can also update your full library in one swoop, without verifying each track. Select the iTunes window, and select all music by pressing <Ctrl+A. In the iTunes Lyrics Importer window, click the Update Automatically check box, and then click Get Lyrics. The utility will churn through your library, taking several seconds per track (which can add up for big libraries). Click OK when it finishes.
The program store the lyrics within the the song file. To see them so you can sing along, right-click a track, select Get Info, and choose the Lyrics tab. On an iPod, press the center button several times to cycle to the lyrics screen. On an iPhone or an iPod Touch, just tap the screen while the device is playing the song.
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