Forever Young as performed by Rod Stewart (1988)

Rod Stewart is one of my favorites. I admire him for his staying power: like the energizer bunny he just keeps going and going and going making come-back, after comeback, after comeback. (LOL)

This particular song was on his 1988 “comeback” lp entitled “Out of Order” in 1988. Just another winner by the man. Enjoy the video and here’s the lyrics to sing along.

Forever Young
Composed by Jim Cregan/Kevin Savigar/Rod Stewart

May the good lord be with you
Down every road you roam
And may sunshine and happiness
Surround you when you’re far from home
And may you grow to be proud
Dignified and true
And do unto others
As you’d have done to you
Be courageous and be brave
And in my heart you’ll always stay
Forever young, forever young
Forever young, forever young

May good fortune be with you
May your guiding light be strong
Build a stairway to heaven
With a prince or a vagabond

And may you never love in vain
And in my heart you will remain
Forever young, forever young
Forever young, forever young
Forever young
Forever young

And when you finally fly away
Ill be hoping that I served you well
For all the wisdom of a lifetime
No one can ever tell

But whatever road you choose
I’m right behind you, win or lose
Forever young, forever young
Forever young ,forever young
Forever young, forever young
For, forever young, forever young

Thanks for visting.

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Published in: on November 2, 2007 at 7:01 am  Leave a Comment  

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