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You get songs by either ripping them from a CD (with a tool like Windows Media Player), or buying them from a website like Amazon.com.
Once they're on your computer's disk, connect your Pearl player to your computer's USB port. Then find the songs on your computer. Then follow the instructions in the user's guide to copy them onto your Pearl player:
RCA once had them, but no longer carries them. You would actually have more problems than you would imagine with Win 98 and mp3 players anyways - no music services will accept Windows 98 anymore. The Windows Media Player 10 software that you would need to transfer songs is not compatible. It would have been rough anyway.