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Stevie Wonder: Yester-Me, Yester-You, Yesterday Meaning

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Song Released: 1969


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  1. kooljohn176
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    May 13th 2016 report

    Oh YES! man the MUSIC was outta site, out of mind and out of this world to hear a love song like this one by the one and only STEVIE WONDER, when this song came out thinking about the future that by The Grace Of GOD you may look back one day with nostalgia about ''You and I'' and me moments that we spend with each other in a ''Yesterday'' love song of the past years that you and me enjoyed at that time while you're enjoying this song at that ''present time''. Also for me to remember was on a Easter day that glowed for me reading about Esther in the Good Book, while trying to figure out ''How and Y ''ester'' chemical compound of Alcohol and Acid work the way they do together as ''acetic ether'' that we used and loved foolishly in the YESTERYEARS.

  2. anonymous
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    Feb 23rd 2013 report

    Yester-Me and Yester-You are not real words. They are just made up.

  3. anonymous
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    Aug 20th 2011 report

    Yester -Me = Past Me
    Yester-You = Past You
    Yester-Day = Past Day


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