Find song titles from lyrical fragments
There are several search engines on the web to choose from. www.Google.com is one example, www.Dogpile.com and www.Ask.com are a few more. Regardless of which search engine you choose, open the search engine’s web page.
Write a lyrical fragment in the search engine. Do not enter all lyrical fragments — this will cause too many results. Enter the most complete line of text you can remember and add ‘+ lyrics.’ Then click on the ‘search web’ button or the ‘search’ button.
The results will probably include the song you were looking for. If none of the results match, try going back to the original search engine and entering another set of snippets.
Another option if the web is not helpful, is to call the local radio station that specializes in playing the type of music that the particular song is divided into. Is it a rock song? Call the rock-n-roll radio station. , and so on. They will probably know what song it is. The telephone numbers of these stations can usually be found using the search engines — simply type, ‘(station name) telephone number’ in the search engine and a list of local companies will be displayed that matches your search.
5. If the lyrics sound familiar and you think they may be written by a particular band or singer, try typing the singer’s or band’s name in the search engine, as well as some of the lyrical fragments. This information can increase your chances of finding the song you are looking for.
There are so many songs in the world today that it can seem overwhelming to find a particular song with only lyrical fragments. It’s actually quite easy, and can be done in minutes.