ItchyCrotch233
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Join date: Jan 2013
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#1
What are example of good structures that consist of two choruses?
I have one off the top of my head, but I kind of can't think of anything else.

Intro
Verse
Chorus
Verse
Bridge
Chorus
Outro

Also, what are some good songs that have two choruses?
Last edited by ItchyCrotch233 at Apr 30, 2013,
sk8board3r
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#2
I'm very fond of songs with no choruses, keeps things from falling into the boringness of the way most songs have been structured in the last 60 years.
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mjones1992
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#3
Intro
Verse
Chorus
Bridge
Verse
Chorus
Bridge
Outro

There's 100s of ways to structure songs. It's more specific to the feel of the song. Go with what feels/sounds right. It's usually the right answer
ItchyCrotch233
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#4
Quote by mjones1992
There's 100s of ways to structure songs. It's more specific to the feel of the song. Go with what feels/sounds right. It's usually the right answer


I understand that, but I kind of want to see different kind of structures for songs that'd consist of two choruses.
sk8board3r
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#5
^ Then write all the parts on pieces of paper and draw them from a hat, you'll come up with all different ways to structure a song. Breaking songs down into verse/chorus/bridge is boring and generic, do something fresh.
Reverend Reeves Gabrels Sig
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Orange
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UX1 & Ez Drummer

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