Submit Lyrics to Lyrics.com

Home to one of the largest music lyric databases on the Internet, Lyrics.com has made an excellent stand on the World Wide Web. This extremely popular music lyric site is a community-sharing project. Music fans and users of Lyrics.com can visit the site to access music albums, listen to songs in a plethora of variations, and send the songs to their mobile devices. The community aspect of the site comes from the site user’s ability to request and access song lyrics from another user and then submit song lyrics of their own. Fans of the same music are able to interact with one another and share songs and song lyrics through the site.

Anyone who is over the age of 13 is able to send lyrics to songs through the lyric uploading service provided by Lyrics.com. Some personal information is taken to register to the site before a song’s lyric upload can be made. Users are able to upload lyrics to any song they so choose and can enter information about the artist, the song, the album it comes from, and the context surrounding the song. The service utilized by nearly every account holder of the Lyrics.com site. Below is a guide on how to submit lyrics onto Lyrics.com.

Requirements to submit lyrics onto Lyrics.com:

  • You will need a computer with Internet access
  • You will need personal information to provide to the Lyrics.com site.

How to submit lyrics onto Lyrics.com:

  1. Access the homepage of the Lyrics.com site by visiting: www.lyrics.com
  2. Sign up for an account with the Lyrics.com site by clicking “login” in the upper-right hand corner of the homepage.
  3. Fill in the Join Now section with the personal information requested.
  4. Type in the Captcha and click the “Register!” button.
  5. Once confirmed, click “Submit” to submit song lyrics.
  6. Enter the song lyrics of the song you are interested in.
  7. Click “Submit” to upload the song lyrics to the site.

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