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Lyrist is a simple tool that displays the lyrics of the currently-playing iTunes track on the command line.
-It is OS X-only (for the moment, at least), and it fetches lyrics from [LyricWiki][].
+It is OS X-only (for the moment, at least), and uses [LyricWiki][] to find lyrics.
Lyrist was born out of a desire to learn the lyrics to my favourite songs, the disinclination to open a browser every time I wanted to do so, several unsuccessful Google searches for a fuss-free app that already did this, and an evening of procrastinating on problem sets.
![Screenshot of Lyrist in action][screenshot]
-Lyrist is really convenient for me because I always have Terminal running and only a keystroke away (thanks to [TotalTerminal][]); YMMV.
+The terminal is always just a keystroke away on my setup (thanks to [TotalTerminal][]), which makes Lyrist *very* convenient for me; YMMV.
## Installation
@@ -29,7 +29,7 @@ NB: If you didn't create an alias, navigate to the folder where you unzipped Lyr
## Issues and Feedback
-I'd love any feedback you have. Please report bugs and give suggestions or comments using the [Issues][] tab above.
+I'd love any feedback you have. Use the [Issues][] tab to report bugs and give suggestions.
@@ -1,15 +1,15 @@
var request = require('request')
var cheerio = require('cheerio')
// Get data from stdin (pipe artist name and song title from
// AppleScript)
process.stdin.on('data', function(data) {
// Remove newline from data, if any
- data = data.replace(/\n/, '');
+ data = data.replace(/\n/, '')
// Check that iTunes is running, that a song is playing and that
// an artist name and song title were passed in
@@ -95,4 +95,4 @@ process.stdin.on('data', function(data) {

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