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  • gears Well I backstroked through my high school years Changing lanes and changing gears – Cruise by Barlow
  • tears So hold my hand and tell me You'll be mine through laughter or through tears Then let the whole world see, our love will be Evergreen through all the years – Evergreen by Roy Orbison
  • yaws
  • year Bring home increase of milk. And, as the year Grows lush in juicy stalks, I'll smoothly steer – Endymion (excerpts) by John Keats
  • yearn Everywhere you seem to go there I suppose you'll find a yearn Oh, how I'd like to be that man, he's got money to burn – Money To Burn by George Jones
  • years But I've five minutes. God! For just two years To help myself to this good air of yours! – Wild with all Regrets by Wilfred Owen
  • yeats
  • yes Just listen to your heart make up your mind and say yes Make up your mind and say yes please say you love me too I'll hang up the phone and wait here for you Don't even try to answer now don't even try and less – Make Up Your Mind (and Say Yes) by Carl Belew
  • Yours I'd never see another face like yours On stranger seas or brighter shores – If Your Love Is Real by David Gray
  • Pears
  • Bears I see her with a child upon her bosom, who bears my name.
  • Fears Sitting at the feet of these two, who had lived almost as long as people can live and seen almost as much as people can see, the children forgot their own fears and worries, and they almost forgot the passage of time.
  • wears How little we may come to know Romance by the cloak she wears and how humble must be he who would surprise the heart of her!
  • yews Into the pitch dark under the yews, light comes out through the half-open church door.
  • nears As the winter nears, and such considerable and growing portion of the world as spend some part at least of the cold season in London, refill their houses, he goes a good deal into society, and when there he seems to enjoy himself.
  • yearns But she does not know his name, nor who he is, nor of what race; for it is not proper to ask questions; but she yearns to hear tidings which will bring joy to her heart.
  • hears "One hears such strange rumours about the Malgamite Fund.
  • rears Clotilda ascends to the deck, sits on the companion-seat, and in a pensive mood watches the fading hills where slavery stains the fair name of freedom,-where oppression rears its dark monuments to for ever torture and disgrace a harmless race.
  • sears We were all on the beach-Mimi Sears and Bob Needham and the Drakes, myself and Anthony.
  • dears Bless you, my dears.
  • EARS They shall be spoken into the ears of the chief.
  • actuations
  • acuities
  • premediated
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