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Sir Elton John says his career will ever end
Email this story Printable version Sir Elton John doesn't think his career will ever end.

The 63-year-old musician ' who recently released his 30th studio album 'The Union' ' doesn't think his career will end because his back catalogue of songs is so big.

He said: ' feel really confident about my career now. A friend once said, 'What happens if it all ended tomorrow?' I said, 'It's not gonna happen.'

'You've got a while catalogue of songs you can rely on and I'm driven and I'm ambitious and I don't wanna stop there. Billy Joel hasn't written a song since 1993 and is quite happy to go around singing his old hits time after time after time.

''ve toured with him and it's been great fun. But I couldn't do that.'

Although he has been musing on the longevity of his career, the 'Goodbye Yellow Brick Road' singer does believe his life has hit a peak as he no longer 'wants for anything'.

Elton ' who has been married to Canadian filmmaker David Furnish since December 2005 - told The Independent newspaper: ' just want my life to be as good as it is. I mean, I don't want for anything.

' want to remain as happy as I am in my personal life and to try and do as much as I can professionally, to do more creative things that are great.'
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