"Yes to Heaven" (also registered and referred to as "Say Yes to Heaven") is an unreleased song by Lana Del Rey. It was produced by Rick Nowels and is registered on APRA AMCOS and PPL Repertoire.
The song was recorded during December 2013 in the same sessions as "I Can Fly", "Fine China", "Shades of Cool", "Sad Girl", "Is This Happiness" and "Your Girl", and potentially considered to be included on Ultraviolence. However, the track was cut due to a change in the album's sonical direction, after it was reworked with Dan Auerbach.
Three snippets of two different versions of the song leaked on August 15, 2016, and a full but edited version of the song leaked on December 24, 2016. The full unedited second version was leaked on January 28, 2017, and the other version remains unleaked. The original file is called "Yes To Heaven rough old keys". On February 12, 2018, an alternate version of the song with different production leaked online through Music Mafia.
- A red dress is also mentioned in "Summertime Sadness", "Cruel World", "Off to the Races", "Carmen" and "Criminals Run the World".
- Heaven is mentioned in "Television Heaven", "You & Me", "Match Made in Heaven", and many other songs.
- Reference to "Peace".
- The song's chorus is thematically similar to lyrics from "You & Me".