By Brian Ibbott, Denver Post
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A weekly show that explores the meanings and inspirations behind the lyrics of popular music.
||Lyrics Undercover 300: “Take Me To Church” – Hozier||An Irish solo artist, Andrew Hozier Byrne had been a little known singer before his song ‘Take me to Church’ started getting airtime on Irish and British Radio stations. Before too long, his song made it across the pond and the US liste||3/27/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Lyrics Undercover: Introducing the new team||Hey! Here’s what’s going on with Lyrics Undercover! Lyrics Undercover: “Introducing the new team” (click here to listen)||3/3/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Lyrics Undercover 296: “Sunglasses At Night” – Corey Hart||“Sunglasses at Night,” with its synthesizer hook, brooding saxophone, and obscure lyric, is an unflagging example of ‘80s pop. The AllMusic website describes the song as “an instant classic with its distinctive melody and catchy chorus.” This||8/1/2014||Free||View In iTunes|
||Lyrics Undercover 293: “Blame Canada” – South Park||The only song ever nominated for an Oscar to drop an f-bomb came, of course, from South Park. This week’s Lyrics Undercover looks at “Blame Canada,” from the 1999 film, “South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut.” Lyrics Undercover 293: “||4/25/2014||Free||View In iTunes|
Umm... I have a question for anyone who can answer. question: Is this app an app that tells you all the lyrics of your songs or is it like giving yopu lyrics of songs you may not have? : THX!
No. This is a great podcast that plays great hits and uncovers the meanings of the lyrics. Brian does other great podcast check them out. Look for coverville and filmsack these are my favorites of his.