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- are Do you know what the 'King's Daughters' are?" I can leave those fears right were they are Leave those fears right where they are now Krolock's voice & sarah: How can we fly like the night birds in the darkest air – Braver Than We Are/Red Boots Ballet/Say A Prayer by Unknown Author
- bare The scene was wild and bare; the colours of the landscape light and bright. The walls are all bare The closet's half empty The phone doesn't ring like before I'm done with fallin' apart – You Haven't Left Me Yet by George Strait
- care As to the lads they must take care of themselves." But still he only saw, and did not share The common pleasure or the general care; – Lara by george gordon, lord byron
- dare I have talked with Miss Dare. Baby, you're a teaser but you just don't dare Baby, keep your secrets, this whole thing just ain't fair – Live For Today by TOTO
- fare The chance guest is no longer welcome to the family table; we are ashamed of our daily routine, or we have an idea that our fare is not worthy of being shared. And got nowhere You rode on half fare – Winter Kills by dune
- hare Next to a hare lip, this is the safest protection for a travelling young girl that I know of; it has, however, the one objection that all the old ladies on the train are likely to tell you what they think of Katherine Fullerton Gerould, or their rheumatism.
- mare Years ago when he was a boy he offered me a gold watch for a mare I had.
- pare Then she went to the knife-box and got a knife, and then she took a yellow dish from the dresser, and sat down in her arm-chair, and began to pare the apples.
- rare Then, with a rare inspiration, "Baby, kiss papa-come, now."
- sabre Nick cut in upon the words with the suddenness of a sabre-thrust.