YTO

(redirected from You're the One)
AcronymDefinition
YTOYiG (Yttrium-Iron Garnet) Tuned Oscillator
YTOYou're the One (Paul Simon song/album)
YTOYpsilanti Transmission Operations
YTOYour Tech Online
YTOYour Total Overlord (band)
YTOYou're Too Old
YTOToronto, Ontario, Canada City Code (general navigation)
References in classic literature ?
You better a blame' sight give YOURSELF a good cussing, for you're the one that's entitled to it most.
Indeed, without the Thunder Road car race of the 1978 movie, the next few scenes slowly build up to Sandy's reinvention as siren for the finale You're the One That I Want, set in a burger bar.
My heart is full of love, And my soul is all delight, You're the one who sang me to sleep, And whispered 'nighty night'.
With temperatures rising in the social sector of your chart, it's clear there could be some fallings-out and perhaps someone realising you're the one.
We've had ups and we've had downs, We've had smiles and we've had frowns, But you're the one we love and trust, So is your departure such a must?
The original high school music, made famous by the hit '70s film starring John Travolta and Olivia Newton John features hits like You're The One That I Want, Grease Is The Word, Summer Nights, Hopelessly Devoted To You, Sandy and Greased Lightnin'.
If you're the one most responsible for food preparation, make sure your partner knows at a minimum, survival cooking skills.
Rather than the traditional romantic first dance, tracks such as You're The One For Me, Fatty by Morrissey and I Want To Break Free by Queen are among the favourites.
YOU'RE The One That I Want from Grease is the UK's best selling movie track.
No one has ever been forced to fly by the organization or supervisor and you're the one who chooses to fly with excessive preconditions.
That's how much "Grease" has in the bank, thanks in part to the NBC casting competish, "Grease: You're the One That I Want," which had a winter run that began in January.
That was the ultimate message of You're the One That I Want, the 12-week exercise in hyped-up television that resulted in the casting of Laura Osnes and Max Grumm as Sandy and Danny in the new Broadway production of Grease.