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lyric

noun     /ˈlɪr.ɪk/
lyrics [plural]
the words of a song, especially a pop song (尤指流行歌曲的)歌詞 Paul Simon writes the lyrics for most of his songs. 保羅‧賽門的歌大多都是他自己寫的詞。 Singing in general
[C] a short poem which expresses the personal thoughts and feelings of the person who wrote it 抒情詩 Poetry
Translations of “lyric”
in Vietnamese lời bài hát…
in Spanish letra…
in Thai เนื้อร้อง…
in Malaysian lirik…
in French paroles…
in German der Liedtext…
in Indonesian lirik…
in Chinese (Simplified) 抒情诗…
(Definition of lyric noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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