What are the Lyrics?
A lyric is a group of verses and choruses that together form an entire song or a brief, non-narrative poem. A lyric uses a single speaker to convey unique feelings or ideas. Lyrical poems are enjoyable to listen to and are simple to set to music. They are frequently popular due to their musicality and rhythm.
The word “lyre,” which the Greeks used to describe an instrument they played while reading poetry, is where the term “lyric” comes from. Lyric poets use language to convey particular feelings and moods. Such moods convey a variety of feelings about life, love, death, or other events of existence, ranging from the extreme to the hazy.