In Newfoundland those with early English roots often add the letter ‘h’ before words beginning with a vowel –happle, helephant, hair. >snip<
Breathe, breathe hin the hair.
Don't be hafraid to care.
Leave but don't leave me.
Look haround hand choose your hown ground.
Long you live hand high you fly
Hand smiles you'll give hand tears you'll cry
Hand hall you touch hand hall you see
His hall your life will hever be.
Run rabbit run.
Dig that ole, hagainst the sun
Hand when hat last the work his done
Don't sit down hit's time to dig hanother hone.
For long you live hand high you fly
But honly hif you ride the tide
Hand balanced hon the biggest wave
You race toward han hearly grave