This is going to give everyone a good idea about my age, but when I was first getting into discovering music on my own, I loved opening the cassette and pulling out the folded up liner notes. I would read the lyrics without the music playing, I would read the lyrics with the music playing, I would read the lyrics and sing along. When cassettes got replaced by compact discs, I would do the same thing... in fact, I would be disappointed if I bought an album that didn't have the lyrics included.
Fast forward to now, where music lives mostly in digital form. It feels like modern music listeners may not be as concerned or interested in the lyrics as I was in my youth. My intent here is not to sound curmudgeonly, nor to yell "get off my lawn" at folks younger than me... they love their music, but with the decline of music as a physical thing, it seems to be a bit harder to find the lyrics.
With that in mind, I have added a lyric page to my website. If you wanted to know how to spell all of those French words in "Le soldat" or you were curious as to what exactly I am saying in "North of Sixteen", or if you didn't know whether I am saying "write away" or "right away" in "Soul of an Ode"... well, head on over to the lyric page and read away. Please sing along.