What word rhymes with hamburger?

It’s a hamburger!

And the name rhymes with a good one

If you’ve ever been at a diner in New York City,

You know it’s hamburger-o,

and if you’ve spent any time with anyone who works there,

Then you know it’s burgers,

and if your friends have told you it rhymes with hamburger,

It rhymes with the truth.

I guess that explains why I love burgers and I try to buy them at restaurant’s. It’s like the best part of the day where you can stop in and grab a few of those steamed buns and get one. They’re all good! But I’ve always loved a bad hamburger, right? It reminds you just how bad things really are in the rest of the world.

This post is not sponsored by Burger King or Taco Bell.

In a recent blog post, we announced a new Google Play Music beta program, and announced that the first beta of the music app on the Play Store (and Google Play) was scheduled to launch Thursday, June 30. Today, we’re excited to let you know that that day has arrived!

Today marks the release of Music Beta 4.0, now available on the Google Play Store. Music Beta 4.0 introduces a new, streamlined design that uses smaller, leaner icons for navigation, search, and more. It also adds the ability to toggle between multiple tabs for faster data management.

The Music Beta 4.1.1 update (v20180626), we’re pleased to announce, comes with a bug fix for the incorrect Play Button in the Play Music Home screen.

To update and install, simply follow our guide for the best experience. This software is already rolling out to users, so you don’t need to manually install it.

For all the details from our new Music Beta release, check out our blog post about the new features and how to get it.

If you’re having trouble playing “The Sound of Your Heart” you can download the original MP3 file: https://soundcloud.com/josh-jones/the-sound-of-your-heart-theoretical-music-songs

Thanks to everyone who donated!

The music and lyrics are all original, written by Josh Jones, except for the last two songs (which are written by a friend). These aren’t intended to be re