I know that "permission" is a big thing, no matter what "thing" you use that gets public viewing.
In our church, when we wanted to put up overhead projections of the lyrics of songs, we COULD have simply printed them on slides and shown them, but legally, we had an obligation to request permission to reprint, and I think we even paid a small fee for the permission to do it.
If it is for your own use, and you are not going to be performing a piece for pay, or such, then you are ok not to bother.
I note that on TV there are a ton of "close" but not "exact" replicas of songs, and I often wonder if they are "ok" to do it without a fee or without "permission."
Music is not the most important thing in life, but it sure is at the top of the list!! -SC
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