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We Can Last Forever

"We Can Last Forever"
Single by Chicago
from the album Chicago 19
B-side "One More Day"
Released April 1989
Recorded 1988
Genre Rock
Length 3:45
Label Full Moon/Reprise
Writer(s) Jason Scheff/John Dexter
Chicago singles chronology

You're Not Alone
(1989)
We Can Last Forever
(1989)
What Kind Of Man Would I Be?
(1989)

We Can Last Forever is a song that was released as a single from the album Chicago 19, released by the band Chicago in 1989.

The song was sung by Jason Scheff and was written by Scheff along with John Dexter. It did relatively well on both the Hot 100 and AC charts, getting 55 on the 100 and 12 on the AC.[1]

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