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Help how do you add lyrics for them to show up

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  • fantadhoom Apr 08, 2008

    i cannot see the lyrics of the song ...how do i add the lrc format lyrics to a song

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In Windows Media Player, you can try right clicking on each song, and going to "Advanced Tag Editor," and then clcikin on the Lyrics Tab. But this may not work, because the player is only guaranteed to support the artist and title information. Other Philips Mp3 players require that songs be in .LRC format in order to display the lyrics (this player will not play LRC, and most mp3 players do not support it b/c everyone downloads in either WMA, Mp3, or AAC format nowadays).

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Where can i get the music the has a lyrics so that i can download it to my computer and save it in my GOGEAR... i cant find any music with lyrics...
hope you have a solution in my problem... thank you....
respond ASAP....


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Posted on Jun 03, 2008

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When you turn on your player there should be a list of different things like MUSIC VIDEOS and so on. Go down until you get to settings and it should say lyrics. then you change the setting to on and the lyrics will show.

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