You Ain’t Heard Nothing Yet

Author: George Younce / Haskell Cooley.
Copyright: © Headline Publishing Company (BMI). Used by Permission.
Album: You Ain’t Heard Nothing Yet (1979)

1. Many songs are sung today we think are mighty fine
They’ve got a pretty melody, good rhythm, and good rhyme
Then we think they’re really grand when sung by a quartet
Just believe me when I say, “You ain’t heard nothing yet.”

(Chorus)
You ain’t heard nothing yet
Till you hear the singing in glory
You ain’t heard nothing yet
Till we sing aroud the throne
Such singing you will hear
Never heard by mortal ear
If you like this quartet
You ain’t heard nothing yet

2. The Bible says eyes have not seen and ears ain’t never heard
What glory God has got in store for those who trust His Word
The singing up in Heaven is gonna be the best
I believe the Holy Book-you ain’t heard nothing yet

Repeat Chorus

3. I’ve sung the songs of many men; God gave them what they wrote
I’ve heard they’d orchestrated songs, and thrilled to every note
I’ve heard it all from symphonies to solos and duets
But till you hear that heavenly choir, you ain’t heard nothing yet

Repeat Chorus twice

(Tag)
If you like this solo
You ain’t heard nothing yet
If you like this duet
You ain’t heard nothing yet
If you like this trio
You ain’t heard nothing yet
If you like this quartet
You ain’t heard nothing yet
You ain’t heard nothing yet