I hope we feel like this forever
Forever, forever ever, forever ever?
Forever never seems that long until you're grown
And notice that the day by day ruler can't be too wrong
Young couples often throw the word “forever” around like it means nothing because they aren’t old enough to understand how long forever really is. When you get older, you realize that taking things day-by-day is rarely the wrong choice — even if it is less exciting than making promises to stay together forever that you really can’t keep.
André never thought much of what “forever” really meant, but when he really analyzes it (as shown by his constant repetitions), he realizes how unlikely it was for a young couple like he and Erykah to stay together for life.
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