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Last, let's take a look at our ending chorus. After a breakdown of gang vocals and loud drums, we end the song with an extended chorus with some nice changes to our previous chord progressions. We will introduce another guitar part to the mix, as well as a light hearted ending hit. You'll hear the keyboard parts as well during this ending part. Here are some key points to guide you through the end of the song.

1. The guitar tone is the same on the ending chorus for the distorted guitars, and you'll hear the keyboard parts playing as well with the variation on the chord changes.

2. The ending is 12 bars long and uses this chord progression:
||: E5 | A5 | C#5/G# B5/F# | A5 :||: C#5/G# B5/F# | E5 :||


3. The last two chords before the final E5 are played with eighth notes as opposed to broken up rhythms played throughout the song.

4. The final hit of the song hits with the vocals and is the keyboard guitar playing E5.

5. The second distorted guitar part comes in after the first four bars, playing octaves from E to D# on the A and G strings.
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