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Correct spellings for HERE

  • hare There was woodcock and pheasant, partridge and hare And every kind of pie, my boys, no scarcity was there – Three Drunken Maidens by fairport convention
  • hebe
  • heme
  • hera Para a minha beira Em novas coutadas Junta de uma hera Nascem flores vermelhas – Que Amor No Me Engana by Zeca Afonso
  • herb We're gettin low on herb I found a twenty on the curb – Roll It Up by Kottonmouth Kings
  • herd Legend in truth but known to run the herd His sons were olds mobiles who drank thunderbird – 0% Finance by GZA
  • here But rather like a flower hid here, To spring again another year. – TO THE LADY CREWE, UPON THE DEATH OF HER CHILD by Robert Herrick
  • hero And he's my hero The number is (zero) – Bonus Track by insane clown posse
  • herr Bye bye mein lieber Herr , farewell mein lieber Herr . It was a fine affair, but now it's over. And though I used to care, I need the open air. You're better off without me mein Herr . – Mein Herr by Lisa Minelli
  • hire I got guns for hire Shoot you with desire – Guns For Hire by Unknown Author
  • mere As Grendel leaves his mossy home beneath the stagnant mere Along the forest path he roams to Hrothgar's hall so clear – Grendel by marillion
  • sere
  • there Nature with folded hands seemed there, Kneeling at her evening prayer! – Voices Of the Night by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
  • where Honey, I know where We'll go out and see it sometime We'll both just sit there and stare Me with my belt – LEOPARD-SKIN PILL-BOX HAT by Bob Dylan
  • Ere "Ere an hour shall pass not one of all these numerous guests will remain here. Ere I was old ? Ah woful ERE, Which tells me, YOUTH'S no longer here ! – Youth And Age by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
  • Gere
  • Her
  • Hers My mistress bent that brow of hers; Those deep dark eyes where pride demurs – Last Ride Together, The by Robert Browning
  • Were Across each other and side by side they lay. The spell that so could hold them as they were Was wrought through trees without a breath of storm To make a leaf, if there had been one, stir. – A Hillside Thaw by Robert Lee Frost
  • we're
  • uncomplicate

4 words made from the letters HERE