Get the FREE official MetroLyrics app! Lyric videos, millions of tracks, synchronize lyrics, scrobble to last.fm and much more!
Find lyrics to all your favorite songs, view music videos and enjoy all the artist info and pictures you can handle!
Get exclusive access to the planet's largest, most concise and popular database of over a MILLION song lyrics from metrolyrics.com. More than 40 Million people come to MetroLyrics.com every month - now the fun of the world’s #1 Lyric site is available on iPhone and iPod touch.
Get the lyrics for your favourite YouTube music videos. This app will display song matches and a lyric snippet from MetroLyrics.com automatically by the YouTube music videos, as well as allowing you to search for more lyrics. The more you use it, the smarter it gets and the more accurate the lyrics it shows you. Community powered and fully licensed.
LyricsSeeker uses the MetroLyrics database of over 1,000,000 songs and 20,000 artists to match lyrics to the song being played on your desktop music player. While you listen, the lyrics to your favorite tracks are made available at the click of a mouse.
- If matching lyrics are found to the song you are playing on your desktop, a notification balloon will appear. (After 10 seconds, the balloon will disappear leaving a colored icon to remind you of the lyrics found.)
- To open the lyrics, simply click the notification balloon or double-click the reminder icon in your taskbar. Lyrics will be shown in your default internet browser. Please note: you must have an active internet connection to access the lyrics.
Ditch the hassle of having to look up the lyrics for your songs by having the MetroLyrics Winamp plugin do it for you.
As your songs play in the Winamp Player, the MetroLyrics plug-in will automatically display the lyrics for you inside the Winamp window. Or if you'd rather keep up to date with our latest Artist News or Top 10 Songs List, then turn off auto-update to surf freely while you listen. Even your ShoutCast and AOL Streaming Radio content can be retrieved.
It just makes sense, right?