#3
I don't know, I think they are both equally right, but semantically different?

the first one means you will be young until the end of the time, the other that you will never age? Maybe that? but i would say that since Forever Young is the less common usage, that will probably be the right one :P
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#4
Which ever one Rod Stewart uses in his song.
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#6
Forever young, I want to be forever young, do you really think we'd live forever, forever, forever, forever young, I want to be forever young, do you really think we'll live forever, forever young?
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Which ever one Rod Stewart uses in his song.
No. Which ever one Jay-Z uses in his song.
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#10
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No. Which ever one Alphaville use in their song.


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#11
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#12
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Is the Glass half empty or half full?Much for a much I'd say.Me so smart not so.

I always thought the glass was half full or half empty depending on what my final goal was. If i was trying to drain the glass and the glass was at 1/2 capacity it would be 1/2 empty. If the glass was at 1/2 capacity but it started empty it would be half full. I turned a philosophical question into a question of direction.
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#13
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OT: Both probably mean different things. Either way that song's stuck in my head now.


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#14
The opposite of left.
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#17
I'm just asking this cuz I said to a friend "I'm going to be young forever !!", and he said " omg... you can't build a phrase aahhahah, the right way is forever young, cuz in english it changes the order duhhh"

and then I was like ._.

so I posted this thread to prove that he was wrong
Last edited by MeteoraTortuga at Nov 5, 2011,
#19
They are underneath eachother and exactly the same length. So they are equally right and equally left.
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#21
Young going be forever to I'm.
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