Help me identify this song, it's driving me nuts

I’ve had a vague memory of a song play in my head at random times over the past month or so, and like all earworms I’m convinced I can cure it by just listening it again for real. I must do so before not knowing what the hell that song is drives me insane. If I could remember the lyrics, I’d Google it, but I don’t, so I can’t. Here are the facts :

  • single female vocalist, probably white girl, melodic singing over minimalist instruments (soft piano ? Maybe a lone accoustic guitar ? A capella a distinct possibility)
  • bit of wobbly tremolo at times, sort of plaintive tone. Think Alanis Morisette, Tori Amos, Sarah McLachlan ballads.
  • slow tempo
  • I’m convinced I heard it as the soundtrack to a TV series, but not sure which. Likely candidates : Sons of Anarchy, House,* The West Wing*
  • lyrics I think go something like :

May your something something something, may your thing always be thing
May your something SOMETHING something neeeeener neeneeeer na
May your something something something, may your thing something somethiiiiing

Help. Please. I beg of y’all.

From the lyrics it seems like it has to be a cover of Bob Dylan’s “Forever Young”, although I don’t think I know the version you describe.

ETA: I see there’s a version by Norah Jones on YouTube, so that’s a possibility.

Is it “I Hope You Dance” by LeeAnn Rimes or some such?

The lyrics you gave are kinda vague but I’m almost positive it’s Rio by Duran Duran.

Katie Herzig Forevermore?

Please. It’s pretty obviously “Reap the Wild Wind”.

Use Shazam or something. I’m intrigued though the lyrics sound like every song ever written by those 4.

Must be Forever Young-Audra Mae from “Sons of Anarchy”

Joan Baez famously covered it as well.

Lee Ann Womack.

I think it’s "Never Alone" by Lady Antebellum.

Michelle Featherstone’s Coffee and cigarettes?

That’s the one ! Thank you so very much.
And thank everybody else too, of course, 'cause now I’ve got plenty more music to listen to :slight_smile: