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The last chorus or outro is a double chorus followed by instrumental section, and the whole song ends on a broken down verse.
Th first part is a regular chorus repeated 4 times, and the ensemble hits on the last repeat.
The second part adds the octave melody from the bridge on top- a great way of differentiating the last chorus from the rest.
The third part actually goes back to the octave part from the bridge but now the barre chord guitar is playing a slightly different rhythm.
And finally to wrap the song up, it breaks down to just piano guitar and vocals for two repetitions of the verse progression, which in turn ends up leading back to the intro of the song.
Once again really great arrangement and they really make full use of the chord progression in this song. A great way of tying it back to the beginning.
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