Getting a song stuck in your head can be infuriating. For those instances when even recalling the earworm’s lyrics are impossible, Google has unveiled a new feature.

When the lyrics to a song is pinned on your browser for a moment or a few, the lyrics can then be pulled directly out of the video, like you may would expect. Think of it more as an encyclopaedia for your Amazon Prime nights, or of any Googling that you may need help with.

➤ Songs are now automatically organized to your Amazon page

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Elizabeth "Liz" Warren announced Tuesday that she plans to run for the U.S. Senate in 2016. This result makes Warren the first woman in the nation's highest office to officially explore a run for the highest elected office. However, as far as political entry into federal office is concerned, it already happened for Texas Democrat Wendy Davis.

Wendy Davis (AFP Photo/Scott Olson)

In the Texas Legislature, Davis attempted to add a parental notification exception and an exemption to last decade's draconian Texas Abortion Law. Unfortunately for Davis, the Texas voter passed a constitutional amendment banning abortion in Texas. In a surprise move, Governor Rick Perry, a right-wing politician whose agenda included clear attempts to stifle voting rights and expand rights for abortion providers, sent a letter to Davis telling her that Perry's office was intent "to enforce the Texas penal code as it applied to you." However, former President George W. Bush helped Davis get up on her feet by leading a "march for life" through the deeply conservative communities of Austin, where Rick Perry served as frontrunner for the GOP presidential nomination as well as Texan freedom fighter.

Despite Perry's resounding defeat in the Republican Iowa Caucus, it was obvious that he was pursuing a strategy against Davis. In fact, Perry's strategy repeatedly proved successful with the Republicans in the Texas state legislature in California and Ohio, where there was renewed interest in limiting and restricting abortion rights.

Now, we will see whether as yet unconfirmed Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton decides to try to follow in her former boss' footsteps and run for the American people's highest elected office. In 2012, after double-digit defeats in Iowa and New Hampshire, Clinton opted to stay at the State Department while still unsuccessfully trying to gain momentum in the Democratic primary race. However, in order to develop the base of support she needs, Clinton will be boosting her campaign coffers by pumping millions of dollars into this year's midterm and general elections. Warren has already become one of Clinton
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