the part of a song that is not of a repeated pattern such as the chorus or verse. Often a song consists of a verse then chorus pattern, then a bridge in between which is neither a verse or chorus and then back to the verse chorus pattern.
Bridge is the term used to refer to a point in a song right before the chorus and after the verse. A way to think of it would be the bridge you have to cross to get from the verse to the chorus. The bridge is usually about four lines. Sometimes there are more, sometimes there are less. I hope this helps answer your question(:
a bridge is a contrasting section which also prepares for the return of the original material section. In other words, the chorus or repeating part of a song.
ah i c wat u mean now!!!! a bridge is a break or a pause in a song x
A part of the music composition that connects
London bridge is falling down
Man In The Mirror- Michael Jackson
Feb 15, bright eyes
love shack - B52s
Berlin by Lou Reed
The Bridge to Teribitihia
London bridge is falling down.
what songs have "hearts" in the title
Songs with jones in the title
Bridge Over Troubled Water - Simon and GarfunkelBlack Water - The Doobie BrothersGimme Some Water - Eddie MoneyDon't Go Chasin' Waterfalls - TLCSmoke on the water
There are 15 songs with "Honky Tonk" in the title, listed on Rapsody
Losing My Religion.
The Burning Bridge by John Flanagan
The title is 'Metalingus' by Alter Bridge.
Name 10 holiday songs with the word Christmas in the title?