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Pop singer from ''A Clockwork Orange'' (novel by Anthony Burgess), 1962. Despised by Beethoven-loving protagonist  
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Pop singer from ''A Clockwork Orange'' (novel by Anthony Burgess), 1962. Despised by Beethoven-loving protagonist Alex.
  
 
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So by the time their pathetic pop-discs had been twice spun each (there were two: 'Honey Nose', sung by Ike Yard, and 'Night After Day After Night', moaned by two horrible yarbleless like eunuchs whose names I forget) they were getting near the pitch of like young ptitsa's hysterics, what with jumping all over my bed and me in the room with them.
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So by the time their pathetic pop-discs had been twice spun each (there were two: "Honey Nose," sung by Ike Yard, and "Night After Day After Night," moaned by two horrible yarbleless like eunuchs whose names I forget) they were getting near the pitch of like young ptitsa's hysterics, what with jumping all over my bed and me in the room with them.
 
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[[Category:1962|Yard, Ike]]
 
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Pop singer from A Clockwork Orange (novel by Anthony Burgess), 1962. Despised by Beethoven-loving protagonist Alex.

So by the time their pathetic pop-discs had been twice spun each (there were two: "Honey Nose," sung by Ike Yard, and "Night After Day After Night," moaned by two horrible yarbleless like eunuchs whose names I forget) they were getting near the pitch of like young ptitsa's hysterics, what with jumping all over my bed and me in the room with them.