Forever more, Forevermore and For evermore are all correct and mean the same thing.
Acording to the Google Ngram all three forms of this expression are in use in books today.
I suspect that “forevermore” is more common in American English and “Forever more” and “For evermore” are more common in British English which is the same as the splitting of the word “forever” into one word or two words.
The meaning of all three of these expressions is the same and is a more poetic and emphatic version of “forever”
We will be together forever.
We will be together forevermore.
We will be together for evermore.
We will be together forever more.
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