Ever the showman, he asks if he can play the tape forward, sing the lyric once, play that “backmasked stuff,” then sing that.
George would take out his lyric book and acoustic guitar and play us the song we would be working on that day.
But every time he wrapped his voice around a lyric, he owned it.
Is there any better Beyoncé lyric to use in response to the most shocking celebrity tape this side of One Night in Paris?
The first handshake took place behind closed doors at Belfast's lyric Theatre and was not recorded.
In its highest order, the lyric or “ode,” it is a tetrameter, the line having the time of eight iambics.
In like manner, the substance or meaning of a lyric may be distinguished from the form.
As a pretty counter-tune grows above, the melody sings below, with a blending of lyric feeling and the charm of dance.
The lyric at the end of the play is the loveliest thing ever said about England.
Technically a lyric is a song, a short poem that can be set to music.
"a lyric poem," 1580s, from Middle French lyrique "short poem expressing personal emotion," from Latin lyricus "of or for the lyre," from Greek lyrikos "singing to the lyre," from lyra (see lyre). Meaning "words of a popular song" is first recorded 1876. Related: lyrics.