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In the middle of the song there's the C section that does the job of a bridge, with some held out chords to break up the steady 1/8ths. In England, this sort of thing is often times referred to as the middle 8. It's usually 8 bars in the middle of the song that are a little bit different, the function is pretty much the same as a bridge.

In this "middle 8" you hold out sustained E major and Gb major chords for 2 bars each. This section is a sneaky little modulation! Just before you go to this section, you're playing an F minor add 9 chord, so it modulates down a half-step to the E major. After this section, the Gb moves back up to the Ab add 9 chord.
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