- adj.抒情的，抒情诗的; 感情丰富的; 歌喉柔美的; 音乐剧的;
- n.抒情诗; 歌词;
- 复数: lyrics;
The Lyric Theatre is presenting a new production of "Over the Bridge".
This is a good example of Shelley's lyric poetry.
He is a lyric poet.
Double rhythms, resounding through the lyric depiction and connecting with each other , indicate the thespian place of mankind and the cognition of the writer to this thespian place.
This is a good example of his lyric poetry.
This is a love lyric.
She became quite lyric ( al ).
His earlier work announced a lyric talent of the first order.
A short lyric poem with distinct musical qualities , normally written to be set to music.
It'sounds more a lyric than a song.
The lyric poetry < young girl and ocean > of Stepan Shipachov, is a good example.
Mu Shiying is a lyric writer who wrote to express his agony and loneliness.
The third chapter recommends the differences and similarities between ci lyric and shi lyric.
There is such a positive energy in the song and lyric that I connect with completely.
Shelley , England's greatest lyric poet, came of a family of some importance and power.
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To Helen is one of the beat lyric poetry written by Allen Poe.
Not remember from since when I like the song for it's lyric, and then the singer.
It has lyric passages of nature description as you'd expect in a poet.
This is not a lyric.
All above are the lyric of your favorite song, English and Chinese.
The lyric of the song is very moving and the melody is beautiful.
He wrote a lyric poem.
Su Shi's creation of lyric poetries a critically important position in Chinese poetry development history.
How can you talk about the lyric without addressing the specular constitution of the speaking subject?
你怎么能谈论抒情诗而不提及这个说话主体的反射性建构 呢 ?
Charles Baudelaire A Lyric Poet in the Era of High Capitalism.
1. the text of a popular song or musical-comedy number;
"his compositions always started with the lyrics"
"he wrote both words and music"
"the song uses colloquial language"
2. a short poem of songlike quality
1. write lyrics for (a song)
1. expressing deep personal emotion;
"the dancer's lyrical performance"
2. used of a singer or singing voice that is light in volume and modest in range;
"a lyric soprano"
3. relating to or being musical drama;
"the lyric stage"
4. of or relating to a category of poetry that expresses emotion (often in a songlike way);