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How can I achieve that goal? I tried many players - banshee, rhythmbox, amarok, exaile... none of them displays lyrics that are already stored in the mp3. They always try to fetch lyrics from the internet. Interestingly, banshee supports STORING lyrics into the mp3 but not READING - I find that annoying...

One player though does it properly - gmusicbrowser. But this piece of software has a so confusing user interface - I don't wanna use it.

Any ideas?

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You can install plugins in Rhythmbox, including at least one (lLyrics) that displays lyrics, see another question here.

Besides, I think your question is possibly a duplicate of this question.

Hope that is helpful.

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