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In fact this is so typical of jazz tunes and this tune in particular it has it's own term, "Rhtyhm Changes" (as in the chord "changes" in "I Got Rhythm"). If you are familiar with the tune, start singing at the bridge.
The song starts in B-flat major with this progression.
Bb (I) / G (VI) / Cm (ii) / F (V) But the bridge modulates using the circle of fifths!
This sort of motion is very common in popular standards.
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