Focus on your hook (title). The more the chorus “writes to the hook”, the better your it will be. Make sure that every line and every idea in the chorus points at your title. Often, I find rhyming lines that are off-topic. They wound up in the song just because they rhymed. Focus on the main idea of your song throughout the chorus and your chorus will be better every time.
Make sure your chorus is something that bears repeating. Most of the time, the chorus section of a song is repeated at least three times. So, you must figure out three ways to get back into that chorus. Make sure yours is easy to set up a second or third time.
Make sure nothing else in your song “outshines” the chorus. The chorus introduces the big idea or emotion in a song and it should be the highlight of the song. If something else is competing with it or overshadowing it, then people may miss the big impact of your big idea.
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