Set in stone
Meanings of "Set in stone"
Used to emphasize that something is fixed and unchangeable. (ref. Oxford Dictionary)
что л. зафиксированное и неизменное (религиозная догма, нормы морали, правила поведения и т.п.)
গানে "Set in stone"
Talent and beauty are pure oxygen.
Being famous flows in my veins.
I'm glass* paper or set in stone.
I'm walking this treacherous* stardom.
Things that seem obvious aren't actually so simple,
And talent isn't something that's born out of nowhere—
The reason why is already set in stone.
Sweat runs from my brow into my eyes, stinging...
One might say I was doomed from the get-go
But those same people assume, 'cause they'll never know
What it's like to be called to what's not set in stone
I am one with the ebb and flow, that's all I know
And your eyes shine[fn]"Гореть" means "to burn" or "to be alight", but when talking about eyes, it means "to gleam" or "to shine".[/fn] like they did then
You didn't forget after all[fn]"Же" is a particle used for emphasis that doesn't always translate well. Here, it seems that the singer is surprised that the person never forgot since he might have forgotten after a long time (judging from the line "so many years ago"). This meaning isn't set in stone though—feel free to interpret as you wish.[/fn]
You didn't forget