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Spotify now offers lyrics for your favorite songs

Shaun

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Listening to all your favorite Spotify songs is one thing. Being able to sing to them correctly is another. It seems like the music company is aware of this, as it now has lyrics for all tracks featured in its library. 

Spotify partnered with Musixmatch to make this possible after many members requested the functionality. It may mean that everyone who searches for lyrics on YouTube music videos will no longer need to. It also means your shower-singing sessions will sound a whole lot better.

Spotify now offers lyrics for your favorite songs

How to access lyrics on Spotify

Whether you have the free or Premium version of Spotify on your phone, PC, or TV, you’ll have access to the Lyrics. Let’s take a quick look at how you can open it for any songs you enjoy.

Mobile app

  • While on a song, tap on “Now Playing View”
  • When the song is playing, scroll to the bottom
  • Lyrics will be visible, moving to the words of the song
  • You can also tap on the share button to send the lyrics to your friends

Desktop app

  • Head to the “Now Playing” bar
  • Select the microphone icon
  • The lyrics will now appear on your screen

TV app

  • Head to “Now Playing View”
  • On the right corner, select the lyrics button
  • Toggle it to enable to see the available lyrics
Spotify now offers lyrics for your favorite songs

Some tips on how to use Spotify

If you’re encouraged to use Spotify now thanks to the new lyrics function, you may want to learn how to use it first. Here are some helpful tips so you can catch up with everyone else using the app:

Spotify now offers lyrics for your favorite songs

Words to your music

Now that you have the lyrics to songs on Spotify, you can sing properly to your heart’s content. Sure, you could just Google the words too, but this is much more efficient, and you won’t need to leave the musical application. What makes it more exciting is that it automatically scrolls as the music plays! What more could you ask for?

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