Lyrics [noun]

Definition of Lyrics:

words of a song

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Sentence/Example of Lyrics:

There are odes, lyrics, satires, songs; many very beautiful and feeling; all noble and earnest.

True hymns are sacred lyrics, and a lyric to be lyrical and heart appealing, must be inevitable.

Mirèio contains one ballad and two lyrics in a measure differing from that of the rest of the poem.

Using his pen name, "Moina," he specialized in war lyrics which were soon memorized by Southerners in general.

In June 1803 appeared a new edition of the Pleasures of Hope, which some lyrics were added.

In form and spirit they resemble both the poems of the Hebrew psalter and the lyrics of Pindar.

Repeats are used only when required by the lyrics as printed.

Mr. Sharp's lyrics and shorter pieces, are always pleasing in sentiment, and are often sweet in expression.

They are full of fire and simple art; they are really a noble national memorial and worth a wilderness of love lyrics.

The writer of dramatic poetry will sometimes write lyrics, and the author of philosophical verse will write poems about nature.