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Just Say Yes may refer to: "Just Say Yes" (It's a Living). Just Say Yes" (Sex and the City). Just Say Yes" (Sliders). Just Say Yes (compilation album), a 1987 Sire Records sampler and the album series named for it. Just Say Yes (Punchline album), or the title song, 2008. Just Say Yes (EP), a 2008 EP by The Narrative. Just Say Yes" (song), a 2009 song by Snow Patrol. Just Say Yes", a 1990 single by The Dickies. Just Say Yes", a song by Dido from Girl Who Got Away.
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Just Say Yes is an album by the pop punk band Punchline, first announced in April 2008 with a release date of September 16, 2008. It is the follow-up to 37 Everywhere, released in 2006. Tracks 1-5, 7, 9 and 10 of the album were recorded at Room Sound Studios in Tempe, Arizona, with the producer Jamie Woolford (formerly of The Stereo, now a member of the band Let Go). The remaining tracks were recorded at Smart Studios in Madison, Wisconsin, with Sean O'Keefe, who previously produced Punchline's Action album
The Dickies released a third album in 1983 entitled Stukas Over Disneyland, which includes a cover of The Quick's "Pretty Please Me" and Led Zeppelin's "Communication Breakdown. In 1988, the Dickies wrote and performed the theme music for the horror film Killer Klowns from Outer Space. The following year they released Second Coming, and in 1990 they wrote the theme song for the comedy film, Spirit of 76 by Lucas Reiner.
Chorus: Just say yes Just say there's nothing holding you back It's not a test, nor a trick of the mind Only love. Verse 2: It's so simple and you know it is You know it is We can't be to and fro like this All our lives You're the only way to me The path is clear What do I have to say to you? For God's sake, dear For God's sake, dear For God's sake, dear For God's sake, dear For God's sake, dear. Chorus: Just say yes Just say there's nothing holding you back It's not a test, nor a trick of the mind Only love
Originally released in 1987, "Just Say Yes" was Sire Records' winter CD sampler. It contained remixes and non-album tracks of artists on the label, most of which were considered New Wave or Modern Rock (all would eventually fall under the genre Alternative rock).