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Now that we have our verse and chorus worked out, it would be nice to add some kind of intro and outro to it. Normally we start with our intro and outro, when we break down a practice tune, but in real life you often write this section after the other sections - like the verse and the chorus. It's not unusual to write a chorus first, then a verse and a riff for the intro and outro. But the writing of a song can happen in any order imaginable!
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