14 example sentences using song.
Song used in a sentence
Song in a sentence as a noun
- Have a customer write a song about you!
" The only people allowed to complain at all about a song's presence on a website are the people who own the copyright.
\n WMP: No, there are no keyboard shortcuts!\n Me: I wanna play all the songs of this folder!\n WMP: Ok, but I'll mess up the order!
- most logins/servers hit less than 1m songs totally availableThe backend servers were linked.
Connect the phone via USB. Right click to enable it for development and then do some song and dance with Apple to get permission to use "your" device for development.
If its a 9 year old who is downloading a song, then she must be aware of copyright law and thus can't be given the same benefit of the doubt.
All reported with deep urgency and absolute truthful authority between gentle praise songs I heard in church every Sunday.
Their theory is that the service they offer does nothing more than allow you to upload a song you already own and access it from different browsers and devices.
We went out of our way to put complete, high quality MP3's of every song we owned the rights to online, for free, because we were willing to let the music stand on its own.
People would search for the one song they were interested in, notice who they were downloading from, browse the other user and then start pulling down their music if they noticed several songs they liked in it.
* It solves a key problem for musicians, which is: when you're learning a new song, you generally listen to a recording of it, and it's a pain to cross-reference the recording with the sheet music/tab.
She gives such great, clear technical answers -- they can detect child porn by a combination of reverse image search analysis and manual checks, but they can't visually tell whether a movie or song is licensed to play.
It is this case - where the intermediary business owner is using "one copy" only to enable multiple members of the public to listen to the same song, albeit only for their own private listening - that the EMI lawyer is commenting upon when he says that one person listening to his own music via the cloud constitutes a "public performance.
In his dream he finds himself in a society where music education has been made mandatory....Since musicians are known to set down their ideas in the form of sheet music, these curious black dots and lines must constitute the “language of music.” It is imperative that students become fluent in this language if they are to attain any degree of musical competence; indeed, it would be ludicrous to expect a child to sing a song or play an instrument without having a thorough grounding in music notation and theory.
a short musical composition with words; "a successful musical must have at least three good songs"
See also: vocal
a distinctive or characteristic sound; "the song of bullets was in the air"; "the song of the wind"; "the wheels sang their song as the train rocketed ahead"
the act of singing; "with a shout and a song they marched up to the gates"
See also: strain
the characteristic sound produced by a bird; "a bird will not learn its song unless it hears it at an early age"
a very small sum; "he bought it for a song"