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You Really Can Hum to Google to Identify a Song


You really can hum to Google and find a song, even if you don't know a single lyric. All you have to do is hit the little mic button and ask Google "What's this song?" It'll then let you sing, hum, or play whatever part of the song you know and find it for you.

I play the radio when I drive, and I hear all sorts of songs. Some of them catch me, even though I don't usually listen to that particular type of music. 

I had a song in my head today, and I tried the "hum to Google" thing to see if it worked. The only words I knew were "Something something something in the middle of the night," lol. I liked how the singer sang the three or four lines starting with that, but I had no idea what he was saying. None whatsoever. 

I hummed it into Google just like the fella sang the tune. Apparently, I was "in key" and "in tune" because it pulled the song right up for me. 

The song was "Go Crazy" by Chris Brown and Young Thug. I turned the video on for a few seconds and read the actual lyrics. 

Oh my, hahaha. Nevermind.

I guess my ears liked Chris Brown's voice, but I didn't know what the song was about at all. Furthermore, I definitely had never heard Young Thug's part in the song while I was in my car because I didn't care for it at all. That cringy autotune hurt my entire soul, lol. Sorry. I couldn't listen past that point.

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