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Cambridge

University of Cambridge
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Great St Mary's Church
The history of Great St. Mary’s has long been bound up with that of the University. It was the first home of the University Library: a chest of documents stored in the tower. When the University had no premises of its own, the church was used for graduations, examinations and meetings, as well as religious services.
Great St Mary’s has always been an important centre of worship and debate. Several leaders of the Reformation were closely associated with the church. Erasmus – and Cranmer, Latimer and Ridley who were later burnt at the stake – all preached here.

Under Catholic Queen Mary, books denounced as heretical were burnt outside the church. The corpses of two leading German Protestant Reformers were also dug up from the churchyard and burnt in the market place.

There has been a regular tradition of University Sermons in Great St Mary’s since medieval times. Today, 6 annual sermons are given here by distinguished clergy and lay people from different denominations. The church – enlarged by galleries in the 18th century – can hold up to 1,200 people.

Great St Mary’s is the symbolic, as well as the physical, centre of the University. Tradition dictates that students have to live within the sound of its bells: defined as a 3 mile radius. Since 1793, the distinctive blue and gold clock has chimed the ‘Cambridge Quarters’ which were later copied for the chimes of Big Ben itself.

The church tower, although begun in 1491, was not finished until the early 17th century and never got its intended spire. It is well worth climbing the 123 steps for a spectacular view over the city centre.
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Just give it to me quick
Are you coming home?
Don't dance around it

I need to hear this
I chose you long ago
Have you chosen me yet

I'm starting to wear thin and find it harder to forgive
Every time you let us slip down your list of priorities

I'm waiting for you to say you're here to stay
But darling, if you know that it's through
You can't keep doing what you do
If it's time to let go of you

Now please don't take this wrong
You know I want you
But don't think I won't move on

I can get by on my own
I'll stand without you
Look how I have grown

I'm starting to wear thin and find it harder to forgive
Every time you let us slip down your list of priorities

I'm waiting for you to say you're here to stay
But darling, if you know that it's through
You can't keep doing what you do
If it's time to let go of

You once whispered words to me
Wondering if anybody loved each other like we do
I guess that's not enough for you
Tell me or I'm going to let you go
If it's time to let go of you


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