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The Sandstone Lady Foley, Patrick 2019-06-12

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Lyricist f he Sandstone Lady by Patrick SOPRANO There BASS Way down on the old east- side on Ha - stings and Main There 6 She's a buil - ding of rare 11 and the peo - pie who come there, they 16 say she feels like home. She was built by them ma - sons 'bout a hum -dred years a- go, 2 21 26 30 back when things were sim - pie __ and life was kind of slow. First she was a Ii - hr - ry when she was a - ban - doned then mu - se - um for the town_ -then mu - se - um for the town_ you could say they let her down. but but but but 35 \ la - dy __ _ she's like a mo - ther to us all,_ 38 up and say Car - ne - gie! ya beau - ti • ful old so stand so stand so stand so stand "'CJ" doll! "'CJ" doll! doll! doll! 3 The UBC Library and UBC Learning Exchange would like to thank the following participant for her contributions to digitizing this community-generated document: Erica Grant This community-generated work was digitized and deposited to cIRcle, UBC's open access digital repository, as part of the Digitizing Community Memories project of the Making Research Accessible in the Downtown Eastside initiative (MRAi). In collaboration with the UBC Learning Exchange and UBC Library, the project provided training and support for community members in the Downtown Eastside to digitize and make openly available community-generated materials.  This project aimed to increase access to historic Carnegie Centre publications and preserve these unique materials for years to come.  For more information on this project and the UBC Learning Exchange, please visit learningexchange.ubc.ca.  January 21, 2019 

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