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    The first line or two should hook the listener into wanting to hear what comes next. People will be able to hum the melody after hearing it a few times. The lyric is conversational. No forced rhymes, no convoluted phrases or sentences. Today, you do not need to have perfect (care, bear) type rhymes. Meaning is more important.