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  • Walking with ye-ye takes an hour everyday and these walks are conducted in complete silence.

    justinker Diary Entry

  • She prepares lunch for "ye-ye (grandfather)" and then takes him for his daily walk around the park.

    justinker Diary Entry

  • Bayern Munich, Liverpool and Nottingham Forest were the seven sides who, up to that point, managed the feat; the six who let the side down were the one-season wonders of Milan, Real Madrid the ye-ye version, Celtic, Manchester United, Milan again and Feyenoord.

    The Guardian World News

  • When I watch the movie version of Odd-Fish in my head, this is the first song -- swinging orientalist ye-ye blasting as the camera prowls around, glimpsing eggplants, UFOs, and witches dancing in the tiki torches 'half-light while our hero Jo Larouche slips unnoticed through the crowd, searching for her erratic Aunt Lily.

    Largehearted Boy

  • Sheila was a French singer who got her start in the ’60s ye-ye girl pop scene — and although she’s no great shakes as a vocalist, with this tune she gets a heavenly production from Bernard Edwards and Nile Rogers of Chic.

    Disco Nite : Scrubbles.net

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