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  • bet If you took a notion I'll bet A good hog would moke a hell of a pet – Hand for the Hog by Unknown Author
  • diet Hate that all of our memories happen in a Hyatt You were perfect before you went on a diet – Dedication To My Ex (Miss That) by lloyd
  • get Here's what you get For things that haven't happened yet – Pretty Mary K by Elliott Smith
  • jet So hath the diamond's bright ray been set In night, and wedded to the negro jet. – On the Marriage of a Beauteous Young Gentlewoman with an Ancient Man by Francis Beaumont
  • let And if you had to leave me I couldn't let you And the way my arms have held you, they can't forget you – Hey Love (It's A Feeling) by Bonnie Tyler
  • net Playin' on both sides of the net Too many people want too many things And you only want to forget – Red Light Fever by Liz Phair
  • pet Little bug for a pet New Orleans, gotta get – Hate to Feel by alice in chains
  • set "So, out of the trenches, with features set, On that hot, still morning, in measured pace, Our column climbed; climbed higher yet, Past the fauss'bray, scarp, up the curtain-face, – San Sebastian by Thomas Hardy
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  • vet Don't forget, hire a vet he hasn't had that much fun yet – Berlin by Lou Reed
  • wet Cause you're smooth, and you're wet And she's not aware yet – Brianstorm by arctic monkeys
  • yet I ain't tol' you nothin' yet. We gon' sing a cave duet – Lucky by Unknown Author
  • It In Muirthemne, and over it In changeless Ogham letters writ -- – Baile And Aillinn by William Butler Yeats
  • Met And in the broad highway, I met; Along the broad highway he came, His cheeks with tears were wet: Sturdy he seemed, though he was sad; – Last of The Flock, The by William Wordsworth
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