(PCM) Although death is not a pleasant subject, many find it strange what they would choose as their last words on this earth. When death knocks at the door, many unfortunately do not have the opportunity to utter one more sentence of significance, but there have been many instances where people have had that opportunity, and many of their last words have reached a level of notoriety.

We have included some examples of these famous last words below. Some are funny, some philosophical, some sad and some are just plain fun. Some have even become pop culture slogans! Anyway, those last infamous words have gone down in history as one of the most memorable.

In 1928, when the criminal George Appel was about to be electrocuted, his famous last words were: Well, folks, you’re about to see a cooked conversation!

When singer Elvis Presley died on the toilet in 1977, his then financial adviser, Ginger Aldean, revealed that Presley’s last words were: I’m going to the bathroom to read.

The last word of the famous Italian painter Raphael was simply Happiness.

Blues musician Bessie Smith said the following on her deathbed: I’m going, but I’m going in the name of the Lord.

The composer Jean-Philippe Rameau was outraged that a song was being sung at his bedside. He said: What are you gonna sing to me, priest? You’re not in the mood.

It is claimed that the artist Frank Sinatra uttered I’m Going Crazy shortly before his death.

William Henry Seward, the architect of the Alaska purchase, was asked if he had any final words. He replied: Nothing, we just love each other.

Margaret Sanger’s last words as a birth control advocate were: The party! Let’s have a party.

The philosopher Nostradamus made a somewhat bold final prediction by saying: Tomorrow, at dawn, I will be gone.

Marie Antoinette stepped on the executioner’s foot on her way to the guillotine. His last words: Sorry, sir.

The writer Herman Melville died saying: God bless Captain Vere! in reference to his then unpublished novel Billy Budd, which was found on his desk after his death.

Multimillionaire banker Richard Mellon has been playing with his younger brother for decades. On his deathbed, he called his brother and said: Last day. His brother Andrew was until his own death four years later.

When Harriet Tubman was dying in 1913, she gathered her family around her and they sang together. His last words were: A low and soft car.

When Sir Isaac Newton died, he was modest. He said: I don’t know what effect I could have on the world. As for myself, I felt like a little boy playing by the sea, turning now and then to find a smoother stone or a prettier shell than the common man, while the great ocean of truth lay unexplored before me.

The artist Leonardo da Vinci, whose famous paintings hang everywhere, never thought his work was good enough. His last words were: I offended God and humanity because my work did not reach the quality it should have.

Louise-Marie-Thérèse de Saint-Maurice, Count of Vercelli, farted while she was dying. She said: That’s it. A woman who can fart is not dead.

Drummer Buddy Rich died after surgery in 1987. As he was being prepared for surgery, a nurse asked him: Is there anything you can’t stand? Rich replied: Yeah, country music.

Richard Feynman, physicist, writer, musician, teacher and traveler, died in Los Angeles in 1988. His last words? This death is boring.

When Benjamin Franklin was dying at the age of 84, his daughter told him to lie in bed differently so he could breathe easier. Franklin’s last words were: A dying person can do nothing lightly.

Killer James W. Rogers was brought before a firing squad in Utah and asked if he had any last requests. He replied: Give me a bulletproof vest.

Thomas Grasso, convicted of murder, used his last words to complain about his last meal. He said: I didn’t get my spaghetti, I got my spaghetti. I want the press to know this.

Football coach Vince Lombardi died of cancer in 1970. When he died, Lombardi turned to his wife Mary and said: Happy Birthday. I love you.

Humphrey Bogart’s wife, Lauren Bacall, had to leave the house to pick up their children. Bogart said: Bye, honey. Come back soon. Not really. I’m looking at you, baby, but close enough.

Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Eugene O’Neill was born in a hotel room on Broadway, now Times Square. He died at the age of 65 in a hotel in Boston. His last words? I knew it! I knew it! Born in a hotel room and almost died in a hotel room.

Charles Guzmán was a television writer and presenter who wrote, among other things, the pilot episode of Days of Our Lives. When he became ill, he said he wanted his last words to be remembered. When his daughter reminded him, he gently took off his oxygen mask and whispered: And now, a final word from our sponsor…

When Groucho Marx was dying, he made one last joke. He said: This is no way to live!

Blues guitarist Leadbelly said: Doctor, if I put the guitar down now, I’ll never wake up again.

Sir Winston Churchill’s last words were: I’m tired of this.

Derek Jarman was an artist, writer and director. His last words: I want the world to be full of fluffy white ducks.

Singer James Brown said: I’m leaving tonight.

That’s it!  This is just a small list of notable closers, but there are certainly some very good ones among them! May they all rest in peace!

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