can you give me words that correspond to the count of a half-note and words that correspond to the count of a quarter note?
half note (two beats)
"one and, two and"
quarter note (one beat)
"one, two, three, four"
Quarter Note: Sit, Pat, Lit
Half Note: Balloon, Science, Crayon
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