Add song lyrics to your iPhone Video
Add song lyrics to your iPhone Video Transcript
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>> When you bought the latest CD back in the day you used to get the lyrics with the music you purchased; and now you want to get them on your iPhone or iPod. Well you're not alone. I'm Brian Tong with CNET.com and I'm bringing it with Today's Insider Secret. Now if you want the latest rhymes with Snoop Dog or you've always been trying to figure out what the heck he was actually singing, there are a couple of ways to get lyrics for your iTunes and I'm going to show you both. Now the first way is the manual process; so what we're going to do is go into our computer, let's open up iTunes. Now find the song you want to get the lyrics for and we're going to select it. After that we're going to go to the menu and select file and then get info. A new window will pop up with a row of selections. Now we want to add lyrics, so click on the lyrics button. There should be nothing there and you're half way home. So now let's do a search for the name of the song we want, the artist and.
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