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WIKIPEDIA articles The structures or musical forms of songs in
popular music are typically sectional, repeating forms, such as
strophic form. Other common forms include thirty-two-bar form,
verse-chorus form, and the twelve bar blues. Popular music songs
are rarely composed using different music for each stanza of the
lyrics (songs composed in this fashion are said to be
"through-composed"). The verse and chorus are considered the
primary elements. Each verse usually has the same melody (possibly
with some slight modifications), but the lyrics change for most
verses. The chorus (or "refrain") usually has a melodic phrase and
a key lyrical line which is repeated. Pop songs may have an
introduction and coda ("tag"), but these elements are not essential
to the identity of most songs. Pop songs that use verses and
choruses often have a bridge, which, as its name suggests, is a
section which connects the verse and chorus at one or more points
in the song.
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