Lyrically sentence example

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  • The speakers waxed lyrically about the fresh water aquatic conservation center, which they hope to bring to a disused clay pit near Bedford.
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  • Taupin seems more lyrically astute than he has for years.
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  • The program continues with Hayden's Oxford Symphony in which the Austrian composer lyrically sums up what he found to be quintessentially English.
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  • Up until about 2 years ago I just wanted to be the most lyrically talented emcee on the planet.
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  • Lyrically this is once again rather mystifying - references to obscure characters (' Uncle Floyd '?
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  • Again, the vocals of Stephen Patrick Morrissey are crystal clear, playful with lots of clever wordplay lyrically.
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  • Though hip hop in the region still took queues from the US, musically and lyrically, British MCs began to use specifically British themes and musical influences in their music.
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  • Their debut album includes a track titled "Everything," which is lyrically concerned with the subject of God's love.
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  • A theme song is lyrically linked somehow to the show and was usually written specifically for that show, with the characters and plot in mind.
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  • The songs on the radio were not longer pop-music leftovers of the 1980s and were heavier both lyrically and musically.
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  • On the other hand, he is considered to be one of the most lyrically adept rappers in the industry today.
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  • Fans of Pink have watched her grow both musically and lyrically over the years, injecting different viewpoints into her songs as her life continues to change.
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  • Lyrically, the track speaks about being drunk at a club.
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  • Seriously, tho, whilst this is all musically accomplished, lyrically it's all a bit too for me testosterone-fuelled.
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