is the only legal site that offers customized products with licensed song lyrics.

Milwaukee, WI (July 22, 2010) -- That catchy song lyric that’s always in your head can now be on your t-shirt. Or your coffee mug. Or your mouse pad. The world’s largest and most innovative music print publisher, Hal Leonard Corporation has just launched its latest website,, the only site where you can print accurate, licensed lyrics on a wide variety of products.

Lyrics from songs recorded by the world’s top artists – including The Beatles, Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra, Johnny Cash, Patsy Cline, Brooks & Dunn and many others – are on the site, all completely copyright protected, with royalties paid to the appropriate publishers and songwriters. All genres of music are represented on, including rock, pop, country, standards, Broadway, hip-hop, metal, and more.

Once customers have selected their favorite lyrics – single lines to whole songs – from among the Hal Leonard catalog of many (thousands of) bestsellers, they have an incredible palette of customization options. They can choose the type style, size, and location(s) to print the lyrics, or they can pick from many pre-made designs. Merchandise includes short and long-sleeved t-shirts, hoodies, tank tops, coffee and latte mugs, and mouse pads, all available in a rainbow of colors.

Buying items from is a great way to show your musical style or share your special song with a loved one. Need shirts for your softball team or mugs for your book club? Quantity discounts are available for seven items or more. Prices start under $12, all products are top-quality and fully guaranteed, and new lyrics are added to the site daily.

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