in emacs, it's possible to yank (paste) old text that were copied using several times the key M-y. When we copy text in emacs, it saves it in the buffer. And when we want to yank specific copied text, it goes to the buffer and run through it all.
In a text file, if I do the key sequence just like shown inside <...>, it's possible to paste old text that was saved to the emacs' buffer. For example:
line2 <C-y M-y>
line1 <C-y M-y M-y>
Is it possible to do the same thing in VIM?