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    Though it’s always a good idea to condense, the AAA form gives you the most room to stretch lyrically. The caveat here is that it’s not really a good form from a commercial standpoint, due the predictability of the form. Any up-tempo three or four-section form can give you plenty of lyric space with strong musical interest, particularly if you use pre-choruses for new lyric information each time.