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what is the difference between lyrics and song...?

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well lyrics could be umm poem or something written with no rhyme just feelings or something.. a song is lyrics that have some kind of rhyme or rythem... n umm idk. but thats just my openion.. :T lol
Maybe lyrics is a text what will be singing, and the song is when the people do the singing lol

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song is complete lyrics + music lyrics is only words without music LOL
lyrics is what makes up a song
Lyrics (in singular form lyric) are a set of words that make up a song, usually consisting of verses and choruses. The writer of lyrics is a lyricist or lyrist. a song is a composition for voice or voices, performed by singing. A choral or vocal song may be accompanied by musical instruments ok @koikkara

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