The single was released on December 9, by Republic Records to international commercial success. Its accompanying music video was released on January 27, Upon release, "I Don't Wanna Live Forever" received positive reviews from music critics , who praised the duo's vocal performances. Debuting at number six on the US Billboard Hot , the song eventually rose to its peak of number two, becoming Zayn's second top-five hit and Swift's eleventh on the chart, and the highest-peaking song from the Fifty Shades franchise. It topped the charts in Sweden and Spain, while reaching the top-five region in several other countries. In the US, the song became one of the top-ten best selling singles of The song is certified Diamond in Brazil and France, and has received several platinum and multi-platinum certifications globally. The song upon release was available only on iTunes and Tidal.
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Primal Scream first became aware of Andrew Weatherall after he published a favourable review of their eponymous second album in the Boys Own fanzine. Weatherall's first attempt, which he later described as basically just having "slung a kick drum under the original",  was judged by the band to have been too reverential to the source material and was rejected. Guitarist Andrew Innes instructed Weatherall to instead "just fucking destroy it".
Juanita came to me last night and she cried over and over, Ooh Daddy I love ya you know and I think it's the moonlight She looked so fine well she looked alright, and she moaned, oh Daddy move over, Ooh baby you know what I want I like And I think it's the moonlight. Mexican Girl don't leave me alone, I got a heart as big as stone, And I need you believe me to be here and love me tonight. Her skin was soft as the velvet sky, and her hair it shone in the moonlight, and as the music did play well the night turned to day, and I held her tight. Then she looked at me with her dark brown eyes, and she whispered Haste La Vista, Well I don't know what that means but it sounded so good so I kissed her. All Rights Reserved. Words and music by Chris Norman. Those guys on the t.