Users will need to append "lyrics" onto the song name of their choice and Google will present a chunk of the words to their selection, directing them to see the full lyrics on the tune's Google Play store page, reported the Verge.

A Google spokesperson confirmed the launch of the new feature in a playful statement saying it is a good feeling when you know that the words have two meanings.

However, the lyrics are only available to people who use Google in U.S. English. A similar feature was earlier introduced by Microsoft's Bing this year.

Google launches Hindi advertising service

Online search giant Google has launched Hindi ads on its display network to allow advertisers reach out to 500 million Hindi speakers across the world.

The move is part of Google's effort to stimulate the growth of Indic languages and extend support to more languages around the world, Google said in a statement.
"Starting today, marketers will be able to advertise to India's booming online population in the most widely spoken local language - Hindi," it added.
It is estimated that there are over 500 million Hindi speakers globally.
"Extending the ability to support Hindi ads will enable global advertisers to connect with one of India's fastest growing online audiences," it said.
With the introduction of Hindi ads, AdWords advertisers will now be able to build campaigns reaching Hindi language sites on the Google Display Network using text, image, rich media, and video display ad formats, it added.
In November, Google had announced the launch of Indian Language Internet Alliance (ILIA), a group committed to promote the growth of Indic language content online.
Through its efforts, the ILIA aims to enable 300 million Indian language speakers to become highly engaged Internet users by 2017.
Google already offers voice search in Hindi and a website called, a repository to discover Hindi content across websites, apps, videos and blogs for Hindi speaking Internet users.