Need to 'follow' Epic Link of a Change Request

Hi, I'm a relatively new Jira user and am trying to do something that seems like it should be very simple.  I want to write a query(or build a structure, what have you) that simply returns a list of Change Requests, but also returns certain fields from the corresponding Epic that is in the 'Epic Link' field of the Change Request.  In regular SQL, this could of course be done with a simple join.  How to do in JQL or using a Structure?  The problem I've had with Structure, is that 'Epic Link' does not seem to be picked up by the 'relates to' extension.

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