"Excuse me while I kiss this guy." No, no, no. That can't be right. Throw that common misheard Jimi Hendrix lyric into Google and you'll learn it's "excuse me while I kiss the sky."
But, if you've ever searched for the lyrics to a song on Google before, you know you will likely be directed to one of dozens of pages chock full of annoying ads and pop-ups - and possibly even viruses. Now Google is getting smarter and more helpful.
In fact, Google's new search feature could put some other lyric websites out of business.
Now, when you want to know the lyrics to a song, throw them in Google like you would before. But instead of being directed to a lyrics site, you will see full song lyrics come up directly on your search results page.
The feature was rolled out last week and only currently works for four songs: "Another Brick in the Wall (Part II)," "Freebird," "Layla" and "Stairway to Heaven."
Search results will also link you back to the Google Play store where you can buy the song you were searching for.
One can only assume Google will be adding more lyrics in the near future, so be sure to stay tuned to what's Happening Now for all the latest news as it breaks.