Google’s Music Match Replacing Explicit Lyrics - Here’s a Fix
This problem also can occur with Itunes match as well.
Reports surfaced this week that their scan and match was actually wrongly adding songs to users libraries that were completely edited. All the naughty words are gone and the “parental advisory” sticker has been removed by Google themselves. We’re hearing multiple reports and many users are quite upset after their 2Pac songs have all been edited. This same issue was present when Apple and Amazon both launched this service — even though theirs is a paid service — and surely Google will fix it soon just as they both did.
In the meantime, you can still fix this yourself although if you listen to lots of explicit music you might have plenty of tedious work to do. On the online Google Music player, each song has a little arrow for options, editing, or removal, and now there’s a Fix Incorrect Match button. Once you select that it will search again and choose another option from Google’s servers, which should be that version full of f words and other bad language you enjoy.