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Come, all ye jolly tinner boys         
"Come, all ye jolly tinner boys" is a traditional folk song associated with Cornwall that was written about 1807, when Napoleon Bonaparte made threats that would affect trade in Cornwall at the time of the invasion of Poland. The song contains the line Why forty thousand Cornish boys shall knawa the reason why.
Yé-yé (Real Madrid)         
GENERATION OF REAL MADRID PLAYERS IN THE 1960S
Ye-Ye (Real Madrid); Ye-ye (Real Madrid); Ye-yé (Real Madrid)
The Yé-yé team was the name given to the generation of all-Spanish Real Madrid players that dominated Spanish football in the 1960s."Real Madrid History: 1961-1970".
Come, Come, Ye Saints         
  • William Clayton]] composed the hymn
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Come, Come Ye Saints; Come Come Ye Saints; All is Well (Latter Day Saint hymn); All Is Well (Latter Day Saint hymn); All Is Well (Latter-day Saints hymn); All Is Well (hymn); Come Come You Saints
"Come, Come, Ye Saints" (originally "All is Well") is one of the best-known Latter-day Saint hymns. The lyrics were written in 1846 by Mormon poet William Clayton.