Last words of Famous People

Last words of any person can depict his entire journey or what he perceives lies ahead.

Memorable “Last Words” …

Charles Darwin’s, last words were, “I am not the least afraid to die.”

As the Priest said “May the Lord have mercy on your soul”, Charlie Chaplin’s last words were, “Why not? After all, it belongs to him.”

Richard Feynman, a physicist, author, musician, professor, and traveler, died in Los Angeles in 1988. His last words were, “This dying is boring.”

Benjamin Franklin died at the age of 84, his daughter told him to change position in bed and his last words were, “A dying man can do nothing easy.”

Franz Lehar, famous composer, his last words were, “Now I have finished with all earthly business and high time too. Yes, yes, my dear child now comes death.”

Australian-born actor Errol Flynn’s last words were, “I’ve had a hell of a lot of fun and I’ve enjoyed every minute of it.”

Thomas Alva Edison, Inventor, his last words were, “It is very beautiful over there.”

Elvis Presley’s last words were, “I’m going to the bathroom to read.”

Murderer James W. Rodgers was put in front of a firing squad in Utah and asked if he had a last request. He replied, “Bring me a bullet-proof vest.”

Football coach Vince Lombardi died of cancer in 1970. As he died, Lombardi turned to his wife Marie and said, “Happy anniversary. I love you.”

Marion Mitchell Morrison, known professionally as John Wayne and nicknamed Duke, was an American actor, director, and producer died at age 72 in L.A. He turned to his wife and said, “Of course I know who you are. You’re my girl. I love you.”

Humphrey Bogart, actor, last words were, “I should never have switched from Scotch to Martinis.”

Ernest Miller Hemingway was an American novelist, short-story writer, and journalist; his last words to his wife Mary were, “Goodnight my kitten.”

Walter De La Mare, writer, his last words were, “Too late for fruit, too soon for flowers.”

Augustus Caesar, first Roman emperors last words were, “Have I played the part well? Then applaud me as I exit.”

Eugene O’Neill was born in a room at the Broadway Hotel. He died at the age 65 in a Boston hotel. His last words were, “I knew it! I knew it! Born in a hotel room and, goddamn it, dying in a hotel room.”

These were the last words of the late president of the United States, John F. Kennedy, “No, you certainly can’t.”

Josephine Baker knew how to party. On the last night of her life, she left a party being held in her honor, saying, “Oh, you young people act like old men. You are no fun.”

Charles Gussman was a writer and TV announcer, and his last words were, “And now for a final word from our sponsor—.”

When Groucho Marx (American Comedian) was dying, his last words were, “This is no way to live!”

Basketball player Pete Maravich collapsed during a game. His last words were, “I feel great.”

Sir Winston Churchill’s last words were, “I’m bored with it all.”

Bo Diddley died giving a thumbs-up as he listened to the song “Walk Around Heaven.” His last word was “Wow.”

Baseball player “Moe” Berg’s last words were, “How did the Mets do today?”

James Brown said, “I’m going away tonight.”

Surgeon Joseph Henry Green was checking his own pulse as he lay dying. His last word, “Stopped.”

The visionary Steve Jobs Last words were, “Oh wow. Oh wow. Oh wow.”

Leonardo da Vinci, inventor, and painter, his last words were, “I have offended God and mankind because my work did not reach the quality it should have.”

George Washington, US President, his last words were, “I die hard but am not afraid to go.”

Louis XIV, King of France, his last words were, “Why do you weep. Did you think I was immortal?”