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When it comes to singles, one commercial reason is that for a single to be successful, it has to strike a balance between repeating the musical ideas enough times that the listener becomes 'hooked' on them, and stopping before the listener gets bored.

You have to give them something, but leave them wanting more -, so that they'll go out and buy the song - or(or at least go to YouTube and watch the it again on YouTube and and give yousomeone some ad revenue...)

When it comes to singles, one commercial reason is that for a single to be successful, it has to strike a balance between repeating the musical ideas enough times that the listener becomes 'hooked' on them, and stopping before the listener gets bored.

You have to give them something, leave them wanting more - so that they'll go out and buy the song - or at least go to YouTube and watch the it again and give you some ad revenue.

When it comes to singles, one commercial reason is that for a single to be successful, it has to strike a balance between repeating the musical ideas enough times that the listener becomes 'hooked', and stopping before the listener gets bored.

You have to give them something, but leave them wanting more, so that they'll go out and buy the song (or at least watch it again on YouTube and and give someone some ad revenue...)

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When it comes to singles, one commercial reason is that for a single to be successful, it has to strike a balance between repeating the musical ideas enough times that the listener becomes 'hooked' on them, and stopping before the listener gets bored.

You have to give them something, leave them wanting more - so that they'll go out and buy the song - or at least go to YouTube and watch the it again and give you some ad revenue.