This week, I can add another favorite to that list: lyrics.
As I'm sure many of you have, I've turned to Google whenever I've needed to make sure that I've been singing a line correctly, or to figure out what's being said at all (a common death metal issue!). While I'm rarely left without an answer, actually getting to that answer can be a pain. Most lyrics sites weigh their ads as more important than content (to the point where some don't even feel safe to visit), and/or disallow you to copy text for personal use - which could include merely pasting a line to a friend.
Google to the rescue. If you head to Google's search engine and type in a song name with "lyrics" after it, you could see a result like the one above. There's a major condition for this to work: the song has to be available on Google's Play Music service. Fortunately, as that service is filled to the brim with artists, that should mean most everything you need should be included.
Like most new features, this one will take some time to become available to everyone. I can't access the feature in Canada as of the time of writing, and still don't see success if I run through a U.S. proxy. That latter point could mean that not even the entire US will see this result yet. Friends of mine in the UK and Taiwan couldn't see the feature, either.
Nonetheless, if you can't see embedded lyrics yet, you can be rest-assured that they're on the way - and I'm not ashamed to admit that I'm pretty excited.