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    As with the chorus, not all songs have — or need — a bridge. When a bridge is used, it is musically and lyrically transitional (unlike a chorus, it doesn’t sound complete alone) and it occurs in the latter half of the song. A bridge takes the song in a different direction — adding new lyrical information and new music that will once again bring the listener back to the hook. A bridge may be referred to as a ‘B ‘section or as a ‘C ‘section, depending on the song form used.