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Was the song "Forever Autumn" released in America under the title "Forever Fall"?
Adaydreambeliever · 56-60, FVIP Best Comment
Ha ha I don't know! I always remember when my daughter was young and we went to see War of the Worlds.. she thought the singer's name was Justin Haywire - I always think of him as that name now. Magical song :)
HairbrushDiva · 31-35, F
[@7167,Adaydreambeliever] I've heard him called Justin Haywire for a joke before. Lol :)

KuroNeko · 36-40, F
I don't think so. They must have been terribly confused lol
HairbrushDiva · 31-35, F
[@1095867,KuroNeko] According to Google it came out in 1978. That was 11 years before I was born and my mum was herself 11 then.
[youtube=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=77rinB5pYqA]
KuroNeko · 36-40, F
[@1114676,HairbrushDiva] 2 years before I was born. Its held up well.
HairbrushDiva · 31-35, F
[@1095867,KuroNeko] It's still a popular song. I've heard it on the pub jukebox a few times.
smiler2012 · 56-60, M
hairbrushdiva from nineteen seventy eight justin heywood because the the yanks call autumn fall
HairbrushDiva · 31-35, F
[@3749,smiler2012] I know, that was why I asked the question. I saw another post about fall and that made me think of it.
Piper · 61-69, F
Not to my knowledge. It's been one of my most favorite songs, since I first heard it in the late 70's. That would be Justin Hayward singing it, not the guys who first released it on vinyl.
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HairbrushDiva · 31-35, F
[@910977,Piper] Never heard of them.
Piper · 61-69, F
[@1114676,HairbrushDiva] Not very many have, I'm guessing.
HairbrushDiva · 31-35, F
[@910977,Piper] They never play that version on the radio from one year to the next. It's always Justin Hayward's version.

 
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