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- dat Whar you git dat?"
- hart Tommy vond mij zo apart Maar ik denk toch alleen aan Johnny Johnny stal voorgoed mijn hart Dikwijls dacht ik blij – Johhny by Annie De Reuver
- hat Ev'ry lonely city where I hang my hat Ain't as half as pretty as where my baby's at. – Amarillo by neil sedaka
- hate Not prone to lust, revenge, or envious hate. Nor busy meddlers with intrigues of state; – The Choice by John Pomfret
- heat Not such as scorn the loitering street, Or waste, to earth its praise, Their noontide's unreturning heat About their morning ways; – The Wage-Slaves by Rudyard Kipling
- hot Being blonde and being hot That got me exactly squat! – Positive by Unknown Author
- hut "No skeptic could explain just how, nor could one oft rebut The wonderous deeds that went on in that little Alpine hut – The Yodeling Veternarian Of The Alps by Veggie Tales (Related Recordings)
- tad His companions succeeded in getting Tad out, but they were utterly ignorant as to how to go to work to restore him to consciousness--and so my boy died.
- taft Mr. Taft had long been a member of Mr. Roosevelt's cabinet and had also been a very close personal friend.
- tahiti We hope to so manage that we shall stop at Tahiti and see Rui once more.
- tart When I thought myself ill-used as a child, I used always to refuse tart and cream, which I loved, and eat rice pudding, which I hated.