Viva Forever

Album: Spiceworld (1997)
Charted: 1
  • (Ah ah)
    (Ah ah)

    Do you still remember how we used to be?
    Feeling together, believing whatever
    My love has said to me
    Both of us were dreamers
    Young love in the sun
    Felt like my savior, my spirit I gave you
    We'd only just begun
    Hasta mañana, always be mine

    Viva forever, I'll be waiting
    Everlasting, like the sun
    Live forever, for the moment
    Ever searching for the one

    Yes, I still remember every whispered word
    The touch of your skin, giving life from within
    Like a love song never heard
    Slippin' through our fingers, like the sands of time
    Promises made, every memory saved
    As reflections in my mind
    Hasta mañana, always be mine

    Viva forever, I'll be waiting
    Everlasting, like the sun
    Live forever, for the moment
    Ever searching for the one

    (Ah)

    Back where I belong now, was it just a dream?
    Feelings unfold, they will never be sold
    And the secret's safe with me
    Hasta mañana, always be mine

    Viva forever (viva forever), I'll be waiting (I'll be waiting)
    Everlasting (everlasting), like the sun (like the sun)
    Live forever (live forever), for the moment (for the moment)
    Ever searching (ever searching) for the one (for the one)
    Viva forever, I'll be waiting (I'll be waiting)
    Everlasting, like the sun
    Live forever (live forever), for the moment
    Ever searching for the one Writer/s: Richard Frederick Stannard, Matthew Paul Rowbottom, Melanie Janine Brown, Victoria Caroline Beckham, Geri Halliwell, Emma Lee Bunton, Melanie Chisholm
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Peermusic Publishing
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 10

  • Krista from Carbondale, PaThis song brings back memories of my childhood. My friends and I LOVED Spice Girls back in the day and to this day I still like them!
  • Adil from Karachi, PakistanLove forever - touches the soulmate nature of love.
  • Nina Hikari from Nowhere, MoThis is a lovely, sad song. I remember when the performed it on Top of The Pops...
  • Jason from Dublin, Irelandlovely song possibly s.g.'s best.
  • Mjn Seifer from Not Listed For Personal Reason, EnglandI love this song I as can relate to it. But I found the video an embarassment...
  • Rachel from Liecester, United Statesviva forever is my favoroute song because everytime i listen to it, it reminds me of all the family and animals ihave lost in the past.
  • Thomas from Borehamwood, Englandthis song was indeed counted as a number 1 hit for Geri too.
  • Thomas from Borehamwood, Englandthis song should be counted as a number 1 for Geri too as she is featured singing in the soundtrack ,video and the album it came from even though she had left the band before it was released.
  • Heather from Bristol, Vathis song is about waiting for a last love
  • Pete from Kirkkonummi, FinlandGeri's last show with Spice Girls was in Helsinki, Finland.
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