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    As you’re constructing your next melody, when you get to the chorus, I suggest you go up a major third from the last note of the verse to the first note of the chorus. eg: from C to E. This interval has been tested time and time again, and causes the most listener goose-bumps. Someone on the other side of a very big, important desk told me early in my career that ‘a song without a hook isn’t a song. ‘ I’ve never forgotten that. Submitted by Molly-Ann Leikin of Songwriting Consultants, Ltd.