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Bing shows lyrics in search results to help you avoid karaoke disasters

Mariella Moon, @mariella_moon
October 6, 2014
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Bing can not only help you do math homework or write history papers; thanks to its latest update, it can also keep you from having a Phoebe moment (where you mishear a song verse). The Bing Team has just announced that the website now displays full lyrics right on the results page whenever you search for a copy. You don't even have to choose what link to click anymore -- you'll see the lyrics (a "good quality" one, the team promises) as a top result, along with a box that displays song and album details. So the next time a "friend" signs you up for a spot at an open mic or karaoke bar as a prank, you can easily check if Alicia Keys was really singing about concrete jungle wet dream tomatoes.

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