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the Cambridge ladies who live in furnished souls

a setting of the poem by e.e.cummings

for Rachel Peters

Galen H. Brown

Copyright © 1999

for Rachel Peters

the Cambridge ladies who live in furnished souls

a setting of the poem by e.e.cummings

Galen H. Brown =89
Galen H. Brown
=89
the Cam- bridge la - dies who live in fur - nished souls are un
the
Cam- bridge
la - dies
who live
in
fur - nished
souls
are
un
-
beau - ti - ful and have com - fort - a - ble minds
beau
-
ti - ful
and
have
com
-
fort - a - ble
minds

Copyright © 1999 Composed Spring 1999 at Brandeis University

al - so with the church - 's
al
-
so
with
the
church - 's
pro -
te - stant bless - ings
daught
-
ers
un
scent - ed
shape-
less
spi -
ri - ed

they be - lieve in Christ and Long - fell - ow both dead
they
be
-
lieve
in
Christ
and
Long - fell - ow
both dead
are in - var - i - a - bly in - te - rest
are
in - var -
i
-
a - bly
in - te - rest - ed
in
so
ma -
ny
things at the pre - sent writ - ing
things
at
the
pre
-
sent
writ
-
ing
one still finds de - light- ed fing - ers knitt - ing for is
one
still
finds
de
-
light- ed fing - ers
knitt - ing
for
is
it the
Poles? per - haps. While per - ma - nent- fac - es coy -
Poles?
per
- haps.
While
per - ma - nent- fac - es coy - ly
ban - dy
scan - dal
of Miss - us
N
and Pro - fess - or
D
the Cam - bridge la - dies
the
Cam - bridge
la
- dies
do
not
care
a
- bove
Cam
-
bridge
if
some -
times
in its box of sky la - ven - der and
in
its
box
of
sky
la
-
ven
-
der
and
cor - ner - less the moon rat - tles like a
cor
-
ner
-
less
the
moon
rat -
tles
like
a
frag - ment of an - gry can - dy
frag - ment
of
an -
gry
can
-
dy
cor - ner - less the moon rat - tles like a frag - ment of