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Simple Verse Form

Series of Verses that uses the the Same Underlying Music. Contains NO BRIDGE OR CHORUS.

Can contain a Refrain (like a chorus but shorter, often found at the end or beginning of a verse)

Songs
Sh-Boom - The Chords
Elvis Presley - Heartbreak Hotel
Muddy Waters - Im Your Hoochie Coochie Man (16 bar blues)


Doo-Wop Progression

Chord Progression used in Doo-Wop songs
(I - vi - IV - V) A repeating four chord progresssion.

AABA

Two similar phrases followed by a contrasting phrase followed by a section similar to the first two phrases. Can be repeated. (AABA, AABA)

Songs
Jerry Lewis - Great Balls of FIre
Steeley Dan - Josie

Simple Verse-Chorus

Simple piece of music used as the Basis for Both Chorus and Verse

Songs
Can the Circle Be Unbroken (Not Simple Verse)

Contrasting Verse-Chorus

When the song employs different music for the Verse and the Chorus. May include a Bridge or other contrasting phrases.




Songs
The Crickets (Buddy Holly) - That'll Be the Day