Sorry to hear this, Stephen, and do please post any reply from Cupertino.

On Wednesday, September 21, 2016 at 3:44:16 PM UTC+1, Stephen McW wrote:
>
> Hi y’all, 
>
> I’ve just sent this to Apple, logging it as a bug and (unless I’ve missed 
> the switch that brings them back) if you have typed in many lyrics over the 
> years you may like to send something similar from this page: 
> www.apple.com/feedback 
>
>
>
> I've heard that this is a decision made by Apple ... 
>
> When I had my early non-touch iPod I entered lyrics into iTunes so that I 
> could see them on my iPod. I've entered a LOT of lyrics since then. 
>
> My iPad is running iOS 10 and my lyrics have gone! I CAN see those missing 
> lyrics for the very same song on my iPod running iOS 9 and on iTunes 
> 12.5.1.21. 
>
> I read today this feature is only available for iOS 10 Apple Music 
> subscribers!! If this is an oversight or we are missing a tweak to bring it 
> back then make it widely known please. 
>
> If however, you have done this to push signups of Apple Music I think it 
> is a low, nasty, mean and cheap trick, worthy or MS and their forced 
> Windows 10 upgrade, but not Apple. You've junked my hours of typing and 
> editing and annoyed me!!  :-( 
>
>
> Cheers, 
>
> Stephen 
>
>
> “If you don’t read the newspaper you’re uninformed, if you do read the 
> newspaper you are misinformed.” ~ Mark Twain 
>
>

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