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Watch out for the end of measure 12. The last note in the right hand is an E, and that should be played a split-second before the left hand G. This is because the E is a dotted eighth note, which contains 3 sixteenth notes. But the G is just a plain eighth note, which only contains 2 sixteenth notes.
Measures 65-68 is surprisingly tricky. The left hand is just even eighth notes, and the right hand melody has been moved up an octave. Focus on keeping the left hand very steady, and don’t let it play anything except eighth notes.
When you play this song, make sure the sixteenth notes in the right hand are really crisp. This will help give the song the right kind of sound.