Right they go,you don't need to know they name of the song. You just type in the lyrics and the song comes up.
That means that when they made the content id they typed in all the lyrics and matched them to the videos, then when you search for a lyric the song comes up, just like they do with content id.
So you would go and type in the lyrics in search and then the song would come up and match the lyric line to the point in the song that says it and the content id would show you the exact part of the video where the lyric is at automated in the search, then they can show you a picture of the sound file of where the video and lyrics are at all at the same time.
Then they want six million dollars from you watch it, plus they don't even own any content. It's all other peoples.
So they did that on other peoples content with content id, ok there Amway.
You watch, you say it sounds like Amway and then they run Nutrisystem ads on it all day and then next week you find out that Amway and Nutrisystem are their other business partners with the third party content id manufacturer.
Then they backed all that in an Amway scam on Android and now they'll probably go bankrupt.