At 100 years old, Irving Fields still plays the piano at lounges in New York City, five nights a week.
"I have to do something every day. I don't stop. It gives me a social life, too. I meet all my friends, my fans, we talk."
Irving said there are three secrets to his long life: "Love what you do. Travel as much as you can. Get me a piano to play."
He's written and composed thousands of songs.
At his age, there is one thing he misses. "If I could have sex again ... after all, I'm 100 (years) and 6 months old."
But it's music and daily martinis that keep him going.
"I love to be a 100, but it is better to be 200," Irving joked. "If I get to 200, I will play the piano for you."
Spoken like a man truly filled with nothing but life.