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Sting Molds Lyrics to Paperback

May 1, 2007 (3:48 am) GMT
As a principal composer of The Police and the writer of notable hits, Sting will have a written record of the lyrics that he had created throughout his music career.

Not only a poet gets the chance to accumulate their words in a book, musician will have his lyrics comprised in a paperback. Coming out this fall via The Dial Press is simple-titled book "Lyrics by Sting".

Every word that the 55 years old singer wrote both as a solo artist and as the lead singer of will be recorded in the book. Fans can expect Sting's personal commentary on his works such as "Roxanne", "Every Breath You Take" and "Spirits in the Material World".

"In putting this book together, I have relished the opportunity to revisit my songs, the times in which they were written and pay tribute to those with whom I've shared my creative life," the singer said in a statement. "Over time, the meaning of a song can continue to reveal itself."

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