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    The hook is the song’s thesis statement. Every essay has a thesis that encapsulates its central idea; similarly, an effective song must have a hook that expresses in just a few words and notes what the song is about. The hook must be repeated several times throughout the song. If it isn’t repeated, it isn’t a hook. It is that one line, both musically and lyrically, that listeners will remember long after the song is over. It’s that line that they will whistle or sing in the shower and what they will ask for when they call the radio station to request the song.