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What song has the words cavalry and hollywood?


Lyrics containing the term: cavalry

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A list of lyrics, artists and songs that contain the term "cavalry" - from the Lyrics.com website.

Stop the Cavalry Lyrics

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Lyrics to Stop the Cavalry by Frankie Goes to Hollywood from the Greatest Ever! Christmas: The Definitive Collection album on Lyrics.com - including song video ...

Hollywood ' The Glass Cavalry

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Jul 6, 2013 - Hollywood by The Glass Cavalry, released 06 July 2013 I hear ... fill we'll just play your song sit back rock out, yeah you know we will, you know we will. ... lyrics. I hear voices creepin up on me from places that don't exist, yeah ...

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How can I get the lyrics for the song "you can close your eyes" by james taylor /iris dement


http://www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/jamestaylor/youcancloseyoureyes145765.html

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http://www.metrolyrics.com/you-can-close-your-eyes-lyrics-james-taylor.html

If you know a song title, you can ofter imply enclose it in quote marks and follow that by the word lyrics. That will usually pull up a list of sites which contain the lyrics. There are sites dedicated to such information.

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Find a song by partial lyrics


Google it. It pops up numerous songs, youtube videos etc....
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How to I add lyrics to a song?


Step 1: Go to iTunes, right click on a song and choose Get Info.
Step 2: Go to the Lyrics tab, copy and paste lyrics from a lyrics website like lyrics.com into it.
Step 3: Click OK. You should now have lyrics for the song.

Mar 01, 2011 | Apple iPod touch

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How can I add lyrics to iPod nano?


"iTunes 5: Adding lyrics to songs for iPod nano If you like to sing along with your tunes, iPod nano can display song lyrics right on its screen. Here's how to add lyrics to and view them on iPod nano. Entering lyrics In iTunes 5, select a favorite song. From the File menu, choose Get Info. Click Lyrics, then enter the words to the song in the text box. Click OK when finished. Copy the song to iPod nano. Viewing lyrics If you've entered song lyrics, you can view them at any time in iTunes 5. Just select the song, Get Info for the song, and then click Lyrics. If you want to view them on iPod nano, do this: On iPod nano, start playing any song to which you've added lyrics. Press the Center button repeatedly. The number of times depends on if you have artwork or not. Here's the order of things when you press the Center button: Play status > Scrubber > Album Art > Lyrics/Description > Rating If you don't have Album Art or Lyrics, then you'll just see the Rating Play status > Scrubber > Rating Lyrics should display correctly in most languages. If they do not, try removing any special characters in the Lyrics pane in iTunes, copy the song back to iPod nano, and try again. Note: Some types of files such as WAV and QuickTime files don't support lyrics, though you can convert WAV and QuickTime files into a format that would allow you to add lyrics such as AAC or MP3. "

Sep 28, 2005 | Apple iPod nano

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How can I add lyrics to iPod nano?


"iTunes 5: Adding lyrics to songs for iPod nano If you like to sing along with your tunes, iPod nano can display song lyrics right on its screen. Here's how to add lyrics to and view them on iPod nano. Entering lyrics In iTunes 5, select a favorite song. From the File menu, choose Get Info. Click Lyrics, then enter the words to the song in the text box. Click OK when finished. Copy the song to iPod nano. Viewing lyrics If you've entered song lyrics, you can view them at any time in iTunes 5. Just select the song, Get Info for the song, and then click Lyrics. If you want to view them on iPod nano, do this: On iPod nano, start playing any song to which you've added lyrics. Press the Center button repeatedly. The number of times depends on if you have artwork or not. Here's the order of things when you press the Center button: Play status > Scrubber > Album Art > Lyrics/Description > Rating If you don't have Album Art or Lyrics, then you'll just see the Rating Play status > Scrubber > Rating Lyrics should display correctly in most languages. If they do not, try removing any special characters in the Lyrics pane in iTunes, copy the song back to iPod nano, and try again. Note: Some types of files such as WAV and QuickTime files don't support lyrics, though you can convert WAV and QuickTime files into a format that would allow you to add lyrics such as AAC or MP3. "

Sep 28, 2005 | Apple iPod nano

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How can I add lyrics to iPod nano?


"iTunes 5: Adding lyrics to songs for iPod nano If you like to sing along with your tunes, iPod nano can display song lyrics right on its screen. Here's how to add lyrics to and view them on iPod nano. Entering lyrics In iTunes 5, select a favorite song. From the File menu, choose Get Info. Click Lyrics, then enter the words to the song in the text box. Click OK when finished. Copy the song to iPod nano. Viewing lyrics If you've entered song lyrics, you can view them at any time in iTunes 5. Just select the song, Get Info for the song, and then click Lyrics. If you want to view them on iPod nano, do this: On iPod nano, start playing any song to which you've added lyrics. Press the Center button repeatedly. The number of times depends on if you have artwork or not. Here's the order of things when you press the Center button: Play status > Scrubber > Album Art > Lyrics/Description > Rating If you don't have Album Art or Lyrics, then you'll just see the Rating Play status > Scrubber > Rating Lyrics should display correctly in most languages. If they do not, try removing any special characters in the Lyrics pane in iTunes, copy the song back to iPod nano, and try again. Note: Some types of files such as WAV and QuickTime files don't support lyrics, though you can convert WAV and QuickTime files into a format that would allow you to add lyrics such as AAC or MP3. "

Sep 28, 2005 | Apple iPod nano

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How can I add lyrics to iPod nano?


"iTunes 5: Adding lyrics to songs for iPod nano If you like to sing along with your tunes, iPod nano can display song lyrics right on its screen. Here's how to add lyrics to and view them on iPod nano. Entering lyrics In iTunes 5, select a favorite song. From the File menu, choose Get Info. Click Lyrics, then enter the words to the song in the text box. Click OK when finished. Copy the song to iPod nano. Viewing lyrics If you've entered song lyrics, you can view them at any time in iTunes 5. Just select the song, Get Info for the song, and then click Lyrics. If you want to view them on iPod nano, do this: On iPod nano, start playing any song to which you've added lyrics. Press the Center button repeatedly. The number of times depends on if you have artwork or not. Here's the order of things when you press the Center button: Play status > Scrubber > Album Art > Lyrics/Description > Rating If you don't have Album Art or Lyrics, then you'll just see the Rating Play status > Scrubber > Rating Lyrics should display correctly in most languages. If they do not, try removing any special characters in the Lyrics pane in iTunes, copy the song back to iPod nano, and try again. Note: Some types of files such as WAV and QuickTime files don't support lyrics, though you can convert WAV and QuickTime files into a format that would allow you to add lyrics such as AAC or MP3. "

Sep 28, 2005 | Apple iPod nano

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