Googling for song lyrics has become a tiny bit easier, as Google has partnered with lyric licensing service LyricFind to display lyrics of popular songs on top of the search results.
LyricFind announced Monday that lyrics from more than 4,000 publishers will be added to Google Search and Google Play Music.
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The exact terms of the deal weren't made public, but LyricFind CEO Darryl Ballantyne told Bloomberg the deal will bring songwriters and publishers "millions" of dollars in new revenue.
"It’s all based on usage. Royalties are paid based on the number of times a lyric is viewed. The more it’s viewed, the more publishers get paid," Ballantyne said.
The new feature currently works only in the U.S. but Bloomberg notes that LyricFind has licenses to display the lyrics globally as well.
LyricFind, a Toronto-based company, licenses lyrics from "all the major" publishers, including Universal Music Publishing Group, Sony/ATV, Warner/Chappell Music Publishing and Kobalt.