You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet

You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet

"You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet" is a rock song written by Randy Bachman and performed by Bachman–Turner Overdrive (BTO) on the album Not Fragile. It was released as a single in 1974 with an instrumental track "Free Wheelin'" as the B-side. It reached the #1 position on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart and the Canadian RPM chart the week of November 9, 1974 and also reached #2 on the UK Singles Chart. The single won the Juno Award for best-selling single of 1974.

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You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet - Uses in Other Media
... song when talking to an audience with Ronald Reagan, telling them that "You ain't seen nothing yet" ... address each year to remind graduates that indeed "They ain't seen nothing' yet." ...

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