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Names -> Band Name Spoonerisms -> Y

A spoonerism occurs when the first letters or syllables of two or more words get swapped. The term spoonerism is named in honor of the Reverend William Archibald Spooner whose students used to write down all the instances of spoonerisms that he made. This page focuses on spoonerisms made with band names.

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Entries Beginning with Y

Ye Bard Thirds originally The Yardbirds
What would a third of a bard sing like?
Mary Byram
Birdyards originally Yardbirds
Peter
Hey, Hey, Hayes originally Yeah, Yeah, Yeahs
Rocky
Hay-Hay Haze originally Yeah, Yeah, Yeahs
Rocky
Ol' Yell originally Yello
As in "Old Yeller"
Whomever
Low "Yay" originally Yello
Dutch
Say originally Yes
Now put 'em together, you get "Say yes".
Rocky
Ying Twang Yins originally Ying Yang Twins
Lori Tirol
Oko Yo No originally Yoko Ono
How I think many feel about her singing.
Peter
Moo Ye At Six originally You Me At Six
Toni Minot
Sue Ye At Mick's originally You Me At Six
Toni Minot
You See At Mix originally You Me At Six
Toni Minot
Bung? Yuck! originally Young Buck
Tori Spelling Bee

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