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Correct spellings for LIM
- aim I always get what I aim for And your heart'n soul is what I came for – Whatever Lola Wants by Unknown Author
- dim I was walking in Savannah past a church decayed and dim When slowly through the window came a plaintive funeral hymn – The Funeral by Hank Williams Sr.
- lam I ain't 'spute dat; but needer Mr. Ram ner yet Mr. Lam is soon creeturs lak Brer Rabbit.
- li e te che resti li inmobile a pensare se hai voglia di scappare o di restare qui – Labirinto by NEK
- lid well honey, if you did you really blow your lid – Baby, That Is Rock & Roll by Unknown Author
- lie 'Tis all a merricle to me as in the Clink I lie: There was a row in Silver Street -- begod, I wonder why! – Belts by Rudyard Kipling
- limb His eye so dim, So wasted each limb, – Jackaw of Rheims, The by Richard Harris Barham
- lime I slid my Red Stripe over next to her Corona an' lime Buffett in the background, laughed until sundown, danced until closin' time. – Two Bottles of Beer by lonestar
- limo He bought her heart for a night, with some lines at the local disco She wore his love on her face, in the back of Arturo's limo – Livin' Libido Loco by zebrahead
- limp I'm a pimp, I walk with a limp I step inside Papa Deauxxx, eating on shrimp – I'm A Pimp by Mike Jones
- lip Dill saw them moving away and bit his lip.
- lit The storm came out of a clear, star-lit sky.
- rim "I was in grandmother's bed when I left off," said Marguerite, looking up at the rim of her hat.
- slim So slim and so active.
- vim Fish can't swim like me, they've no vim in 'em.
- Him I knew him before you did."
- I'm They think I'm Lord Quorn.
- Lib 420, confirmed by Pallavicino lib.
- Jim An' dey ain't nobody kinder'n Jim.
- Kim "Kim," I called as she drew near.
- Liz It was Liz, with all her clothes on.
- Tim But Tim was prepared for that.
- not want