man with guitarThe most popular song structures in order follow. The first is verse, chorus, verse, chorus, bridge, and chorus. The second is verse, pre-chorus, chorus, verse, pre-chorus, and chorus. The third is verse, verse, chorus or bridge, and verse. In the verse, verse, bridge, verse song structure, the refrain is the first or last line in each verse. Verses contain 6 to 10 lines or 12 lines with the refrain repeated at the end. The most important sections in order follow: chorus, intro, verse, bridge, and outro. Differences among sections include melody, dynamics, and rhythm. Contrast sections using range, pace, phrase length, dynamics, and syncopation. Cut some percussion out in the verse, bridge, and breaks to create variations. Only repeat an element twice before making a change.

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