Forever Young

Album: The Liberty Of Norton Folgate (2009)
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  • This song bottles up the spirit of Madness, who are known to their fans as "The Nutty Boys." Frontman Suggs explained to The Sun May 22, 2009: "I was looking in my own kids' eyes for that song. As much as old people teach young people, young people can teach you when you get older. If you're not careful, you can get bitter and twisted about your failings and regrets. It's important to be young in your mind."
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