This is really cool. The second one is amazing so please read all the way though.. ALZHEIMERS' EYE TEST
Count every 'F' in the following text:
FINISHED FILES ARE THE RE
SULT OF YEARS OF SCIENTI
FIC STUDY COMBINED WITH
THE EXPERIENCE OF YEARS...
WRONG, THERE ARE 6-- no joke.
READ IT AGAIN! Really, go Back and Try to find the 6 F's before you scroll down.
The reasoning behind is further down. The brain cannot process 'OF.' Incredible or what? Go back and look again!!
Anyone who counts all 6 'F's' on the first go is a genius. Three is normal, four is quite rare.
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AABA, this type of song has an opening section (A), a bridge (B) before transitioning to the final A section. This song form is used in a variety of music genres including pop, gospel and jazz.
The classic AABA song form can be illustrated as such:
A = 8 bars
A = 8 bars
B = 8 bars
A = 8 barsYou'll notice that it has 32 bars all in all. The first and second A sections are composed of verses which are similar in melody but different in lyrical content. This is followed by the bridge (B) which is musically and lyrically different than the A sections. The bridge gives the song contrast before transitioning to the final A section.
Exceptions to the Rule:
There are many AABA songs that doesn't follow the 8-8-8-8 format, for example the song "Send in the Clowns" has a 6-6-9-8 format. Sometimes the songwriter feels the need to lengthen the AABA song form by adding another bridge and a last A section. This format can be illustrated as A-A-B-A-B-A. The second bridge may either be lyrically the same or different than the first bridge, at times it can also be an instrumental part. The last A section may also be a repeat of an earlier verse or an entirely new verse that gives the song a sense of completion.
AABA Song Form - "Somewhere Over the Rainbow"First A: Somewhere over the rainbow way up high Second A: Somewhere over the rainbow skies are blue B Section: Someday I'll wish upon a star and wake up where the clouds are far behind me Final A: Someday over the rainbow bluebirds fly...