never (adv.) Middle English never, from Old English næfre "not ever, at no time," a compound of ne "not, no" (from PIE root *ne-"not") + æfre "ever" (see ever).Early used as an emphatic form of not (as still in never mind).Old English, unlike its modern descendant, had the useful custom of attaching ne to words to create their negatives, as in nabban for na habban "not to have.".
"Never" is a song by American rock band Heart, released as the second single from the band's eponymous eighth studio album (). It was written by Holly Knight, Gene Bloch and "Connie" (a pseudonym for Ann Wilson and Nancy Wilson). "Never" is a rock song with an uplifting lyric to a person who has been discouraged by love.
Apr 03, · Never Will, Ashley McBryde's follow up to her debut album, Girl Going Nowhere, is an eclectic group of songs that even includes a couple of tracks that could be considered crossover songs. I really dislike that term, crossover/5().