Formal structure of  "I've Just Seen a Face":
Intro (ind) 0:00-0:11
Verse 1 0:11-0:23
Verse 2 0:23-0:35
Verse 3 0:44-0:55
Verse 4 1:23-1:35
Chorus/Coda (verse) 1:51-2:05
Comments: I debated long and hard about calling the contrasting section a middle 8 or a chorus. Clearly it does contrast the verse (the primary characteristic of a middle 8), but it's not unheard of to substitute the chorus as the contrasting section. Middle 8s also frequently employ a harmonic shift (different or unusual chords) to emphasize their contrasting nature. In this case, I do not find a sufficient degree of harmonic contrast to justify calling this section a middle 8. Moreover, the section is used so frequently that the term chorus seems better suited to its structural function (middle 8s are generally heard twice per song - not six times, as is the case in this one).
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