"You Just Haven't Done It Yet" as written by and Will Reid Pat Werman....
I knew she was the one the second I feel in love
Like a pocket on a shirt she fit me like a glove
There's nothing I wanted more than for her to be my wife
But it scared me to think of taking on another life
It was the longest night before our wedding day
I wasn't having second thoughts I just had more prayers to say
I sat there in the church alone asked my father man to man
Can I live up to the promise when I don't know if I can
Well I remember the first bike that I tried to ride
I couldn't ride it no matter how hard I tried
Then my dad told me the secret that I never will forget
He said it's not that you can't do it you just haven't I done it yet
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After five good years of marriage my promise is still good
Now she wants to be a mother and I'm faced with fatherhood
So I prayed to my father I need some help once again
Do you think I'll do alright dad I don't know if I can
Well I remember the first bike...
He said it's not that you can't do it son you just haven't I done it yet







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"You Just Haven't Done It Yet" as written by Pat Werman Langdon Reid

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