Gary Ewer reports:
"A song’s refrain is often thought of as sounding like a very short chorus. But it’s actually operating more accurately as the final line of a verse. That’s important to keep in mind, because a refrain needs to sound like the logical conclusion of a melody in a verse-only structure, bringing the entire section to a satisfying close...A refrain is usually one or two lines long, and does three things:
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