Automatically view song lyrics as you listen

Conclusions

Lyrics-in-terminal is one of those small but good-to-have terminal helpers that extend their usefulness beyond the terminal window. The program reliably and automatically downloads the right lyrics off the web, no matter what player you use and what music you like to listen to. You are bound to find some artists whose work is not covered by AZLyrics, but the number of tracks I tried that successfully passed the test was impressive.

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