Do highlanders live forever?

In Highlander: The Series, immortals cannot die permanently unless beheaded but they can still enter a temporary death-like state if they suffer fatal actions such as drowning or loss of blood or hanging. They revive moments or minutes later.

Was Who Wants to Live Forever written for Highlander?

“Who Wants to Live Forever” is a song by the British rock band Queen. A power ballad, it is the sixth track on the album A Kind of Magic, which was released in June 1986, and was written by lead guitarist Brian May for the soundtrack to the film Highlander.

What movie has the song Who Wants to Live Forever?


What Highlander songs did Queen write?

“Princes of the Universe” is a song written by Freddie Mercury and performed by the British rock band Queen. The song was written for the film Highlander, and released on the album A Kind of Magic, which also featured other selections from the Highlander song score, in 1986.

Who is the oldest immortal in Highlander?

During the events of Highlander: The Series (1992) and movies in the timeline following it, the oldest living immortal is Methos (Peter Wingfield), whose timeline dates back thousands of years, as he was at one point one of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse.

Why did Freddie Mercury write Who wants to live forever?

Songfacts®: He wrote the line “Who wants to live forever” in a cab on his way home from the viewing of the film. Inspiration came from the scene where Connor Macleod (Christopher Lambert) takes his dying wife Heather (Biettie Edney) in his arms at the time of her death. This is also the scene where the song is played.

When was the show must go on recorded?

The Show Must Go On (Queen song)

“The Show Must Go On”
Released 14 October 1991 (UK)
Recorded 1990
Genre Hard rock, symphonic rock
Length 4:31

Did Queen do the whole Highlander soundtrack?

Queen composed the music for the film first which required different orchestral arrangements. ‘A Kind of Magic’ is not considered an official soundtrack for Highlander. There are additional tracks on the ‘A Kind of Magic’ album that do not appear in the movie.