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    Whichever way you choose, writing from a lyric or from a melodic line, once you’ve set the tempo and determined how many lyric lines will be in each segment, you’ve begun to lock yourself into the form. If it takes one minute to get through a verse and chorus, and you’re looking for a three-minute song, your options have already shrunk. You should also consider the amount of lyric needed to tell the story.