RHIANNON GIDDENS feat IRON & WINE - Forever Young

This single was released on Jan 29, 2015.This song is a cover of Bob Dylan's song. This song was also on the final episode of NBC's Parenthood.
I loved the simplicity of this song. The guitars, the piano, and the violins make the song really emotional and powerful. The way that the song is executed and arranged are also really interesting. The lyrics are beautifully written, and the rendition by both the singers make it so powerful and emotional. How did you feel listening to this song? Comment below.
SongRating: 9.5/10

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Scale: G Major
Time Signature: 4/4
Tempo: 68
[INTRO] G
[VERSE]
G
May God bless and keep you always
            D
May your wishes all come true
         C
May you always do for others 
                      G
And let others do for you

        G
May you build a ladder to the stars 
      D
And climb on every rung
          C             G
May you stay forever young

[CHORUS]
         D               Em
Forever young, forever young 
         G  D          G
May you stay forever young.

[INSTRUMENTAL] G

[VERSE]
G
May you grow up to be righteous
      D
May you grow up to be true
          C
May you always know the truth
             C                  G
And see the lights surrounding you

          G
May you always be courageous
      D
Stand upright and be strong
         C D           G
May you stay forever young

[CHORUS]
         D               Em
Forever young, forever young 
         G  D          G
May you stay forever young.

[INSTRUMENTAL] G D C x2 G

[VERSE]
          G
May your hands always be busy
          D
May your feet always be swift
         C
May you have a strong foundation 
           G
When the winds of changes shift

           G
May your heart always be joyful
               D
And may your song always be sung
     C     D     G
May you stay forever young

[CHORUS]
         D               Em
Forever young, forever young 
         G  D          G
May you stay forever young.
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