What is the correct spelling for GYE?
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Correct spellings for GYE
- bye By-bye, Walter-keep the old woman company for a bit. When the family sings sweet bye and bye They might as well go on and tell us both goodbye – Dig Two Graves by Randy Travis
- dye Next take a bowl full of strong yellow dye , and pour in a great spoonful or more of the blue composition. Oh, how my gallow sinks of black dye Oh, how my death march brings a tear to your eye – The Gallow Is God by distillers
- eye "Have you got your eye on Mrs. Manderson? NOW as at all times I can see in the mind's eye, In their stiff, painted clothes, the pale unsatisfied ones Appear and disappear in the blue depth of the sky With all their ancient faces like rain-beaten stones, – The Magi by William Butler Yeats
- ge "Fhir a bhata (na horo eile) Fhir a bhata (na horo eile) Fhir a bhata (na horo eile) Chead soire slann leid ge thobh a theid u!"
- gee Gee, I guess you'll get the cup all right." And all ya fake friends just let them be Cause ii don't wanna see you stressed like oo.eem.gee – My Gurl by 2 Pistols
- gym Like why Taco Bell drive-thru so damn slim I'm out north too, no top on the Benz Big body, too, just like I walked out the gym Man, I'm speeding through, not just feeling the wind – Roll Out by Timbaland And Magoo
- lye With a can of Red Devil lye Then you sit right down Watch me, hoping I might die – I'm Leaving You (Commit A Crime) by Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band
- rye I want a catcher in the rye I wanna sop up all your gravy From your deep dish apple pie – Bacon Biscuit Blues by aerosmith
- Aye "Aye," muttered Ward under his breath. "I'm a rich merchant ship bound for fair London town, aye, And will you not please for to let me pass by ? – Henry Martin by Donovan
- Ye I think ye seem to ken me; I'm sure I've seen that bonie face, But yet I canna name ye." Quo' she, an' laughin as she spak, – Holy Fair, The by Robert Burns