"Fuck Forever" as written by and Patrick George/doherty Walden....
It's one and the same, one and the same oh
So what's the use between death and glory?
I can't tell between death and glory
Happy endings, no, they never bored me
Happy endings, they still don't bore me
But they, they have a way
A way to make you pay
And to make you toe the line
No, I sever my ties
Because I'm so clever
But clever ain't wise

Fuck forever
If you don't mind
Oh fuck forever?
If you don't mind, don't mind, I don't mind, I don't mind

Oh what's the use between death and glory?
I can't tell between death and glory
New labour and Tory
Purgatory and no happy families

One and the same, one and the same
No, it's not the same
It's not supposed to be the same
You know about that way
The way they make you pay
And the way they make you toe the line
I've severed my ties
Oh, you're so clever, you're so clever
But you're not very nice
So fuck forever
If you don't mind
Oh I'm stuck forever
In your mind, your mind, your mind

Go ahead and know about that way
To make you feel like shit and make you pay
And to make you toe the line, line
I sever my tie
Oh and I'll never
Sever the ties
And fuck forever
If you don't mind
See I'm stuck forever
Oh I'm stuck in your mind, your mind, your mind, your mind

They'll never played this on the radio
Oh they'll never play this on the radio


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"Fuck Forever" as written by Peter Doherty Patrick George Walden

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  • +2
    General Commentit is about pete telling carl to forget about forever, choosing between drugs or a normal life,pete is stuck in carls mind,pete will have to pay due to contract he signed with alan mcgee which denies him royalties for his lyrics,glory only if he does as told,ie; be boring pop star,the newspaper joke.
    liberthineon July 20, 2005   Link
  • +2
    General CommentBoth political parties (new labour and tory) are mentioned in the song 'Fuck Forever' by Pete Doherty and the Babyshambles instantaneously making the song a political commentary upon society as we know it.
    His vehement tone and impassioned repetitions of phrase combined with the despairing lyricism, create a portrayal of a dystopian society that has condemned the 'happy families' to a purgatorial existence. Doherty laments a society devoid of 'happy endings' which cannot tell 'death from glory'.
    Doherty also protests against the censorship bans imposed upon countless artists: 'they make you toe the line'.
    The song is hugely ironic in the sense that the title is 'Fuck Forever'; the irony which Doherty buoys his resounding message upon: a complete and utter futility in attempting to express oneself. 'They'll never play this on the radio' screams Doherty over the dying music, thus exposing the hypocrisy of a society that brands itself a "Democracy".
    orifemion November 29, 2010   Link
  • +1
    General CommentI shamble when I hear this song, I love it.. keep connecting it to the Libertines song Likely Lads though - 'OH what became of the likely lads, what became of the dreams we had, oh what became of forever....' shiver. fuck forever. i don't like that. no.
    livlinaon March 27, 2005   Link
  • +1
    General CommentWas my best mate's favourite song, R.I.P.

    It just makes me think about enjoying the day because you never know if it's your last. Not the most positive outlook admittedly, but it makes sense to me
    KurupTon December 13, 2005   Link
  • +1
    General Commentto me it sounds like he is not a big fan of "only the sex is good so go on with that" -relationships. because they have no happy ending. he was never bored of happy endings. he would like to have one. at least.

    just my thougts. i guess its completely about something else. but who cares xD
    Dragicon February 25, 2006   Link
  • +1
    General CommentIt saved my life!
    Hansigneon September 22, 2007   Link
  • +1
    General CommentNo one else mentioned this, so I'm not sure it's significant: the "death and glory" line in the first verse. Mick Jones did produce this album, as well as both of The Libertines' albums, so this maybe an homage of some sort. Or it may be a nice coincidence.
    canyounot?on October 24, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis is a fantastic song, with a great opening...

    If this is released as planned it'll be a huge anthem for years to come.
    neptunes666on March 12, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis is a brilliant song, NME reakon it's one of musics best songs in a long time.
    i-got-sweetson March 29, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General Commenti love this song, especially the "im so clever" then the build up into "fuck forever." class lyrics again - pete is a genius. i also think that half the lyrics on this page are incorrect. no change there. :P
    miss_merryon April 07, 2005   Link

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