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Forever Young and Young Forever song title page

Forever Young was the dreamy title of different popular songs. Rod Stewart had the only top 20 hit with his 1988 number 7 song with this title. Earlier, Bob Dylan wrote a song with this title which was also popular when done by Joan Baez and by Peter, Paul & Mary. Finally, the 1987 number 14 rock song with this title by Alphaville was remade by others including dance group Interactive, Youth Group, and, with the song title reversed, Jay-Z + Mr. Hudson. Other titles on this list are different songs.


Forever Young and Young Forever popular Tune Timeline


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  1 Forever Young   Mar 1974  
  Kitty Wells  
    YouTube    

  2 Forever Young   Jun 1974  
  Joan Baez  
    YouTube download at Amazon  

  3 Forever Young   1974  
  Bob Dylan  
    YouTube download at Amazon  

  4 Forever Young   Jan 1979  
  Peter, Paul & Mary  
    YouTube download at Amazon  

  5 Forever Young 7   Oct 1988  
  Rod Stewart  
    YouTube download at Amazon  

  6 Forever Young 14     Nov 1988  
  Alphaville  
    YouTube download at Amazon  

  7 Forever Young   May 1991  
  Tyketto  
    YouTube download at Amazon  

  8 Forever Young   Apr 1996  
  Interactive  
    YouTube download at Amazon  

  9 Forever Young   May 2002  
  4 Vini Featuring Elizabeth Troy  
    YouTube    

  10 Forever Young   Mar 2006  
  Youth Group  
    YouTube    

  11 Forever Young   Feb 2010  
  Madness  
    YouTube download at Amazon  

  12 Young Forever 11   Jun 2010  
  Jay-Z + Mr Hudson  
    YouTube download at Amazon  

  13 Young Forever 30   May 2011  
  The Ready Set  
    YouTube download at Amazon  

  14 Young Forever   Dec 2011  
  Q-Benjamin  
    YouTube    

  15 Forever Young   2015  
  Rhiannon Giddens And Iron & Wine  
    YouTube download at Amazon  


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