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Published on Jan 5, 2008
Poem by Robert Herrick, music and graphics by Stephen Malinowski. This version uses the "Vocoder 2" setting of the VP-550.
Here's the full text of the poem:
For my part, I never care For those lips, that tongue-ty'd are: Tell-tales I wo'd have them be Of my Mistresse, and of me. Let them prattle how that I Sometimes freeze, and sometimes frie: Let them tell how she doth move Fore- or backward in her love: Let them speak by gentle tones, One and th'others passions: How we watch, and seldome sleep; How by Willowes we doe weep: How by stealth we meet, and then Kisse, and sigh, so part agen. This the lips we will permit For to tell, not publish it.