Google Licenses LyricFind for Search Results

Alex Pham, writing for Billboard, on how Google has licensed lyrics from LyricFind to add into their search results.

Google has signed a multi-year licensing deal with Toronto-based LyricFind to display song lyrics in its search results, both companies announced today. A query for the lyrics to a specific song will pull up the words to much of that song, freeing users from having to click through to another website. Google rolled out the lyrics feature in the U.S. today (June 27), though it has licenses to display the lyrics internationally as well.

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