"Living Forever" as written by and Michael/collins Rutherford....
I'm feeling so confused today
It seems they've changed the rules again
'cause in my life I'm trying hard
To do it all so I can remain
Healthy and sane

I'll live forever
Always one more tomorrow
Living forever
Always one more tomorrow

I heard it on the radio
Too much of what they said wasn't so
And now we've got to do those things
That they brought before were so wrong
To be healthy and strong

And live forever
Always one more tomorrow
Living forever
Always one more tomorrow

I know we don't need you
I know we don't believe you
You don't really have the answer
You think you know better
You think it really matters
You just want to rule over everybody's lives

I think I'll change my life today
Gone are the times of taking care
And I don't need a reason why
All I need is all in a day survive in a way

Or just till tomorrow
Always one more tomorrow
Living forever
Do you really want to live forever


Lyrics submitted by Demau Senae

"Living Forever" as written by Phil Collins Tony Banks

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    General CommentTony Banks wrote the lyrics based on how people are being bombarded with health information by the media and 'health experts' and how it changes from one day to the next. Things that were declared healthy in the past are now declared unhealthy and vice versa.
    Jibril_Abdullahon August 11, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis deals with the subject of eating disorders.
    timbo.hon January 05, 2005   Link
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    General Commentliving life to the full and not listening to what "they" say you should do to stay healthy or live forever.

    i suppose you interpret it the way you like anyway...
    adfyoiaewnon March 24, 2006   Link

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