Famous Last Words...
I don't feel good.
–the last words of botanist Luther Burbank
Don't let it end like this. Tell them I said something.
–the last words of Pancho Villa
My work is done, why wait?
–suicide note left by George Eastman, founder of Kodak
All right then, I'll say it. Dante makes me sick.
–the last words of playwright Lope de Vega
I knew it, I knew it! Born in a hotel room, goddamn it,
and dying in a hotel room.
–nearly the last words of playwright Eugene O'Neil
I know you've come to kill me.
Shoot, coward, you're only going to kill a man.
–Che Guevera, October 9, 1967, just before being murdered
Is everyone happy? I want everyone to be happy.
I know I'm happy.
–the last words of actress Ethyl Barrymore
What have I lived for?
–the last words of Lorenz Hart
So little done. So much to do.
–the last words of Alexander Graham Bell
Get my swan costume ready.
–the last words of dancer Anna Pavlova
–the last word of Gustav Mahler
I am still progressing.
–the last words of Renoir
I've never felt better.
–the last words of actor Douglas Fairbanks
Drink to me.
–the last words of Pablo Picasso
This wallpaper is killing me; one of us has to go!
–the last words of Oscar Wilde
Well children, doctor, I trust that on this occasion I have said nothing unworthy of Daniel Webster.
–the last words of Daniel Webster
Monks! Monks! Monks!
–the last words of King Henry VIII
It is well. I die hard, but am not afraid to go.
–the last words of George Washington
This is the last of earth! I am content.
–the last words of John Quincy Adams
Now comes the mystery.
–the last words of Henry Ward Beecher
The comedy is over.
–the last words of Beethoven
That was the best strawberry milkshake I ever had.
–the last words of Lou Costello
I'll finally get to see Marilyn.
–the last words of Joe DiMaggio