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LyricWiki is a free, editable lyrics database that has over 2,054,106 pages of lyrics! Included in that database can be songs from any genre, country, or language imaginable. Whatever you are into musically, there is likely something here for you. And if not...please add whatever you can!

If you need help getting started, check out the help pages. Actually, you might want to check them out anyway, particularly the Formatting Artists, Formatting Albums and Formatting Songs sections, to see which cool templates you can (and should) use.

If you need any assistance, you can ask for help on my talk page. Another good place to get help with specific editing questions is the Help Desk. The Help Desk is on the watch lists of the site administrators, so you are likely to get an answer fairly quickly. If you have a more general site-related question, you could place your question on the Community Portal, which is where much of the discussion about the site and planning goes on.

An important tip for new users: LyricWiki breaks some of the usual capitalization rules for artists, albums, and song titles. Please see LyricWiki:Page Names for more information. These special rules apply to any language that uses Roman-styled letters, whether German, French, English, Spanish, Italian, etc., etc.

Have fun!

   RainbowDragon    talk    contribs   14:13, 8 March 2009 (UTC)


Please have a look at LyricWiki:Page Names. Thanks! — 6x9 (Talk) 17:50, 8 March 2009 (UTC)

Re: Porcupine Tree page

I have reformatted the page to match the current site guidelines, and wanted to let you know why things were changed, as I'm not sure how specific the help pages are about a couple of these items. There's so much info there, I know that it can get to be an ocean of words and finding what you want is a bit of a challenge at times.

Level 1 headers are not to be used on the page (they are for the automatically-generated Page Title only), so those were removed. (Having "Other Songs" be a Level 1 header also messes with things when the Janitor bot finds orphaned pages and deposits their links on the page.) All major studio, live, compilation, and EP releases should be in the main discography. In the case of those rare & limited releases, I have created a section to hold those for those that are interested. We do not add track listings for such items (and singles and small-press compilations) to the main Artist page, however, so those were removed, but that information is still available on the album pages that I created. This is to help keep the pagesize down by keeping those items of specialized or limited interest from overwhelming the discography.

On a related note, I was amazed by the number of limited/rare releases that the band had! Any info about these that you wish to add would be great, just place them under the correct header with a link to the album page only. If you have any questions, feel free to contact me on my talk page, I'll be glad to lend a "hand!"    Kiefer    talk    contribs    admin   04:13, 12 July 2009 (UTC)

Endzeit Bunkertracks

Hi, I've noticed you did a lot of work on setting up Endzeit Bunkertracks Act IV (2009) and Endzeit Bunkertracks Act V (2010). I've found some lyrics for a few more of the artists on those albums (not a lot, so don't get too excited). I also created Endzeit Bunkertracks Act II (2006) if you're interested. Eeepy 13:50, July 24, 2010 (UTC)

Image uploads

Please be advised that images may not exceed 500px2 or 150kb, google does a fine job of sorting image hit lists by size, please take advantage,... cheers ES (talk) 01:12, December 16, 2014 (UTC)

Creating Empty artist pages?

Before creating an artist page, a minimum of one song is required to make sure the artist is not removed for lack of lyrics. --ES (talk) 02:34, September 13, 2016 (UTC)

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