Famous Last Words

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It’s amazing to wonder what your last words would be, and hope they are something pleasant to your loved ones. Listed are some famous last words of some famous people.

Frank Sinatra, Famous Singer
“I’m Losing” (referring to his cancer)

Karl Marx, famous philosopher
“Last words are for fools who haven’t said enough”

Humphrey Bogart, Actor
“I should never have switched from scotch to martinis”

Joe DiMaggio, Baseball player
“I finally get to see Marilyn” (Talking about Marilyn Monroe, his famous ex-wife who passed before him)

Charles Darwin, Scientist who is known for his contributions to evolutionary theory
“I am not the least afraid to die”

Bob Marley, musician
“Money can’t buy life”

Leonardo Da Vinci, Inventor and Painter
“I have offended God and mankind because my work did not reach the quality it should have”

Nostradamus, French apothecary and alleged soothsayer
“You will not find me alive at sunrise”

John Adams, 2nd President of the United States
“Thomas Jefferson survives” (Thomas Jefferson actually passed away a few hours earlier)

James Brown, Singer
“I’m going away tonight”

Thomas Edison, Famous inventor and businessman
“It is very beautiful out there” (he had just woken from a coma)

Jane Austen, Author
“nothing, but death” (when her sister asked if she needed anything)

Winston Churchill, English statesman and Prime Minister
“I’m bored with it all”

by Terence Daniel Donovan, colour print, 1990
by Terence Daniel Donovan, colour print, 1990

Diana, Princess of Wales
“My God, What’s happened?” (she had gotten into a serious car accident)

Emily Dickinson, Author
“I must go in. The fog is rising”

Benjamin Franklin, American politician and inventor
“A dying man can do nothing easy”

Ernesto “Che” Guevara, Argentine Marxist Revolutionary
“I know you have come to kill me. Shoot coward, you are only going to kill a man” (to his assassin)

Thomas Hobbes, writer
“I am about to take my last voyage, a great leap in the dark”

Victor Hugo, famous Author
“I see Black Light”

Edgar Allen Poe, Author
“Lord help my poor soul”

Oscar Wilde, Writer
“Either that wallpaper goes, or I do”





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