#2
as many as needed.

3 to 4, fiveish.


idk, what makes a garbage can a garbage can?

Garbage?
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#3
483 and 153
They made me do push ups in drag

I'm gonna have a really hard time if we're both cannibals and racists.

Don't dress as a whore, he'll thump you.

I'm a firework, primed to go off
#4
you want the chorus and main melody to go hand in hand - notice how almost all average pop/rock songs have the main melody come in at the beginning and repeat it in the chorus. the chorus is meant to stick out in the listener's head, so when they think of a song they think of the chorus, "oh yea it's the one that goes like this blablabla" you don't want catchy verses but a weak chorus. keep the verses mild, and come in strong with a catchy chorus.
#5
I hate average pop/rock songs.


I want awesome pop/rock songs.


yea.
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#6
chorus u do after every verse
Just call me Julius, J, etc.
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#7
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chorus u do after every verse



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#8
Usually:

Intro
Verse
Chorus
Verse
Chorus
Interlude
Verse (optional)
Chorus
Outro

And usually the main theme of the song is summed up in the Chorus, in Pop it often ends with what I (and probably others) call the "hookline" because it's sort of the main attraction of the song.