Android users can buy songs from Google Play store and then play those songs in Google Play Music. However, those downloaded music files are hidden deep inside a system folder so that it plays only on Google Play Music and not on any other android music player app. So where are these Google Play music files located, so that you can rename and place them in a proper folder accessible by any music app? Well, after you’ve bought the music from Google Play, the files should be inside the following location: internal sdcard/android/data/com.google.android.music/files/music
Inside the above folder, you should see music files in this format- 1234.mp3. However, you might need to root your android phone or tablet and then install an android file manager app like “Root Explorer” before you can access those songs. After you’ve found those music files you just bought from Google Play, simply move them from the Android data folder to your Music folder. Also, make sure to rename those files to proper names.
Note: To save this hassle, you could simply download the song free to your computer from your Google Play Music library website. Google allows a maximum of two downloads for each individual song when you’re downloading from the Google Play Music website.