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  1. Jun 23,  · D F G He said that any love is good love A C#m7 F#m7 So I took what I could get yes i took what i could get and then Bm7 E she looked at me with her big brown eyes and said [Chorus] A E D You ain't seen nothin' yet, A E D B-B-B-Baby, you just ain't seen n-n-n-nothin' yet, A E D Here's some lovin' that you never gonna f-forget, A E D y'know y.
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  2. Mar 11,  · -You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet, Bachman Turner Overdrive, For many, the recent fall in stocks has been breath taking. Dramatic indeed. .
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  3. You ain't been around. You ain't seen nothin' yet, that's what she told me. She said I need an education, go to school. I know I ain't seen nothin' yet. I know I ain't seen nothin' yet, ooh, ooh, ooh. I got something for you when I get home. Better be good. I been everywhere. But I ain't seen nothin' yet.
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  4. You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet is a watershed moment in rocktastic history, signalling the last gasp of rock’s sensibly tasteful period. Predating the imminent implosion that was new wave, in New York first and London second, it was a fun – rather than angry – release valve. Randy concurs.
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  5. Apr 12,  · "You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet" by BTO (Bachman Turner Overdrive) Song written by Randy Bachman (Top Soil Music - ) Originally transcribed by Mark P. Trepanier ([email protected]) Changes made by Roger.
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  7. Nov 24,  · You Ain't Seen Nothing (Nothin') Yet - Bachman-Turner Overdrive (Randy Bachman, ) Chorded By: Skidaddy, Esq., G.Q. / 4/4 TIME @ BPM (3 Min. 56 Sec.) in 'A.
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  8. You ain't seen nothing yet! (someone) ain't seen nothing yet Someone has only glimpsed or experienced the beginning of something that will become even more exciting, impressive, or important. (The word "ain't" is a colloquial form of "hasn't" or "haven't," which are sometimes used instead.).
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