Amount of texts to »Yesterday« 51, and there are 50 texts (98.04%) with a rating above the adjusted level (-3)
Average lenght of texts 138 Characters
Average Rating 2.039 points, 0 Not rated texts
First text on Mar 28th 2000, 05:39:26 wrote
Alvar about Yesterday
Latest text on Jul 9th 2008, 17:55:25 wrote
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Texts to »Yesterday«

Greyson wrote on Oct 8th 2000, 07:30:53 about

Yesterday

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Basically, yesterday doesn't exist anymore; there is just »now« and the anticipation of the coming tomorrow.

rachel a b wrote on Apr 15th 2000, 02:53:59 about

Yesterday

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The linear opposite of yesterday is tomorrow, but that seems too easy.

Yesterday is experience and regrets.

Tomorrow is opportunity and anticipation.

the mad one wrote on Feb 9th 2001, 13:44:34 about

Yesterday

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Today is just tomorrow's yesterday.

the old pirate wrote on Mar 12th 2001, 17:21:14 about

Yesterday

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Yesterdays are important. So are tomorrows. The present really doesn't make much difference – which is why it exists for only a moment at a time.

If we can remember the good things that were, and give the good things to be enough room to happen, we'll be just fine.

Karl Kortezone wrote on Apr 10th 2000, 18:43:45 about

Yesterday

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In a rare display of humility Paul McCartney once admitted that his original idea for perhaps his most famous (and best) song was 'Scrambled Eggs'. The chorus went something like, 'Scrambled eggs, how I loved your legs' and so on. This highlights the importance of knowing when to stop and when to go on when creating any work of art. It is a good job for Paul and for everyone else that he decided to have another look at his efforts. At the same time many works of art can be spoiled, their freshness destroyed by an over-zelous examination by their creator.

Melissa wrote on Apr 12th 2000, 23:55:38 about

Yesterday

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Yesterday is a sepia-toned photograph, a clipper ship, a lace-trimmed parasol, a loaf of freshly baked bread....

But yesterday is also the arrogance of the Raj, colonial slaves mining diamonds and gold in Africa, the worst period of lynchings in the Southern United States, Removals of native peoples from their lands throughout the world....

whocares wrote on Dec 1st 2000, 14:40:29 about

Yesterday

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...love was such an easy game to play
but now I need a place to hide away...

Zadya wrote on Mar 29th 2000, 17:44:48 about

Yesterday

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Today is between yesterday and tomorrow.

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