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Song by Grey Daze
Live debut:May 23, 1997

"Forever" is an unreleased song by Grey Daze.


The song was discovered among various Grey Daze video recordings from Sean Dowdell's personal collection. It was present in only one of the shows, which happens to be the only one with soundboard audio. According to Sean, it was the last song Grey Daze created together and it's titled "Forever". It's possible, however, that his statement isn't entirely correct since a February 1998 article published by Arizona Republic reported Grey Daze would be releasing a third CD that spring.[1] On his Facebook page, he wrote, "This was one of my favorite songs we ever wrote (as far a choruses go) but we never had the chance to record it in the studio. I think it is one his most brilliant lyrical writings"[2]


The only known performance of "Forever" happened at Electric Ballroom in Tempe, Arizona during Best Of Phoenix 2. The show also happened to be the release date of ...No Sun Today, which, according to Chester's speech from a different show, was on May 23rd, 1997. After the song, Chester said, "That was a world premiere. This song has never been played before, except a couple of small times. It's not even named yet."


Live Version

We are the faces that you've seen
We are the hatred that you bring
We are the leaders of the world
Inside your twisted mind

We are the shelter for the fall
We’re nothing less and so much more
We are the few that used to live
Inside what you disguise

I am here now
I love you now
I can die now forever
I am there now forever

We are the promised of the prose
We are the boldest of the bolds
We are the love that you cannot push aside
We never wanted anything
And yet you want to watch us bleed
Yet you will know that we won't let you touch our lives
Touch our lives

I am here now
I love you now
I can die now forever
I am dead now forever

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