If you are quoting poetry or lyrics less than four lines, put a slash (/) between the lines to mark the line break.
In his song "Mona Lisa" (Cole, 1950), Nat King Cole wonders why a girl he knows has been nicknamed after the painting, asking her, "Is this your way to hide a broken heart?/ Many dreams have been brought to your doorstep/ They just lie there and they die there."
If you are quoting poetry or lyrics four lines or longer, block quote by indenting ten spaces from the left.
Nat King Cole tells the subject of the song why he and others have nicknamed the her "Mona Lisa":
Mona Lisa, Mona Lisa, men have named you.
You're so like the lady with the mystic smile.
Is it only 'cause you're lonely they have blamed you
For that Mona Lisa strangeness in your smile? (Cole, 1950)
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Recording artist (year of release). Title of album [Album]. Record label.
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