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I bought a discovery kids light up microphone & stand. the picture on the box shows a black box with 5 songs that says "Kareoke song lyrics" There is no such apparatus in this box

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Use the ASCAP website to find the owners of the songs: http://www.ascap.com/ace/ and/or www.bmi.com
You'll need permission to reprint the lyrics. Write or email the owners directly and they'll tell you what you need to do. It varies by owner/publisher.

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Had the same problem. I did a little digging in the file structure on the player. There are a couple of hidden folders, one of which is called ".trashes". When you delete a file on the disc is just places it into this hidden folder. It never actually takes it off the player. I used the Disk Utility app in OS X to format the drive, which cleared out the unwanted files. All the hidden folders stayed in place. Then I had to re-create the "Kids Mp3 Boombox" folder and put in the songs I wanted. Everything seems to be working fine now, but I imagine I will have to repeat this process any time I want to remove a song. Its probably a lot easier to just buy an SD card and use that!

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