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Now Everyone Can Sing… Not Just Lyrics…
Sing K Lyrics aims to help people who likes to sing Chinese songs at karaoke but don’t know how to read Chinese due to reason known only to themselves.
Anyone can join
Sing K Lyrics is open for anyone and registration is voluntary.
This site was founded by Harry Liew Ken Choong on November 16 2008. The concept was to help fellow non-Chinese-literate to sing Chinese pop songs. There are many lyrics website out there, but none were specific as to which songs are popular to sing in karaokes. Formerly known as singklyricz.com
Harry Liew Ken Choong
All music on this site are copyrighted to the original artist, while the KTV videos are credited to the submitter/uploader in youtube. Sing K Lyrics encouraged everyone to support the originals, by purchasing genuine albums. Just imagine how awful it is if you are a singer and everyone just downloads your songs, how would you earn?
(ALL COPYRIGHTED MATERIAL IS USED UNDER THE GUIDELINES OF “FAIR USE” IN TITLE 17 & 107 OF THE UNITED STATES CODE. SUCH MATERIAL REMAINS THE PROPERTY OF THE ORIGINAL OWNER OF THE COPYRIGHT, AND IS USED HERE FOR THE PURPOSES OF EDUCATION, COMPARISON, AND CRITICISM ONLY.)
This site is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 Unported License
I hope you like what I have compiled so far and more is on the way. Your comments are welcomed and let me know which K songs you like and I might just fulfill your wish. Head over to the forum to request lyrics now (Still in beta mode!).
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Q: I need an English translation of the lyrics meaning for a song.
A: There are no plans so far to include this feature in this site, as it would be difficult and tedious to translate the meanings for more than 500 lyrics, while this site is about singing K songs. If you insisted in obtaining the lyric’s meaning, feel free to leave a comment at that lyrics page, see if anyone could help.
Q: I would prefer the Chinese lyrics in Traditional Chinese, instead of Simplified Chinese.
A: For the site to survive through age and time, Simplified Chinese is chosen as it is the moving forward direction for Chinese language.
Q: I would like to request lyrics for a song.
A: You can post a request in the forums, and if it is a good K song, I will pinyin it. Or else, see if you are lucky to get someone post the pinyin lyrics. Again, this site aims to provide a good focus on K songs to ensure we are the best in what we do.
Q: I could not find the lyrics I found in search engines.
A: For better search results, please use Simplified Chinese instead of Traditional Chinese.
Q: I need the karaoke version(voiceless) of the KTV.
A: Usually the karaoke version is on the left speaker and you can mute your right speaker to get the karaoke version.
Q: I would like to contribute to this great site.
A: This site is kept alive by the clicks on our sponsors, and if you feel generous, feel free to email me at admin at singklyrics.com