5 Famous “Last Words” by Famous Musicians That Will Send Shivers Down Your Spine
1- “Love one another..” -George Harrison
That was the last thing George has said after he had battled cancer for some years but he had sadly lost on November 29, 2001.
2- “Money can’t buy life.” -Bob Marley
Are there any other kind words which really should be told to someone you love who you want to help before you die? Now these words were said by Bob to his son Ziggy Marley before he died on May 11, 1981 after cancer had spread to his brain, lungs and stomach.
3- “Father hates me and I’m never coming back!” -Marvin Gaye
Marvin Gaye’s father shot him point blank in the heart the day before he would have turned 45, in plain view of Marvin’s mother Alberta. Gutted by drugs and other illicit pleasures, the singer had moved into his parents’ home, where he spent his days in a burgundy bathrobe. Following a dispute with his father on April 1, 1984, Gaye told his mother, “I’m going to get my things and get out of this house. Father hates me and I’m never coming back.” Seconds later, Gaye was dealt a fatal gunshot.
4- “I’m goin’ to heaven! I’m comin’ home!” -Bo Diddley
Bo Diddley’s death was anticipated as he was on his deathbed for some time before he died. Amidst a gathering of family members and a Gospel song sung for him — Diddley died a content man at 79 saying these last words.
5- “Not like this. Don’t leave me like this.” -Layne Staley
Staley was calling after friend and former bandmate Mike Starr, who angrily stormed out of Staley’s apartment following an argument. Staley is believed to have passed away a day later, on April 5, 2002, of a drug overdose. Staley’s body wasn’t found by police until two weeks after his death.