He speaks in heavily-accented English, but fluidly and lyrically, with both force and deliberation.
This is Bey and Nicki at their most lyrically masochistic, and boy, is it a treat.
By and large, pop, both musically and lyrically, was polite.
Once in my life my mania for accuracy involved me lyrically.
He does not treat them lyrically, following rather the rules of epic and dramatic composition.
In “The Spring of Love” the landscape vibrates in lyrically soft and flattering chords.
What wonder then that she should lyrically apostrophise "The Wink" in laudatory numbers?
He had just the senseless, monkeyish curiosity of the staring crowd so lyrically praised by the London Press.
"Perhaps I express myself a little too lyrically," he said with an amicable abruptness.
After all, she had not broken the old home ties (to put it lyrically) for this sort of thing, now, had she?
"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.