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    Here’s a tip for those of you writing melody without existing lyrics. Contrasting phrasing from section to section helps keep musical interest up. When the time comes to put the lyrics to the music that you wrote, continue the contrast. Maybe the verse is rapid fire, and the chorus spreads out with fewer words to let the singer wail away gloriously.