Famous Famous Last Words Quotes
Here am I, dying of a hundred good symptoms.
By Alexander Pope on Alexander Pope, Last Words
The king has been very good to me. He promoted me from a simple maid to be a marchioness. Then he raised me to be a queen. Now he will raise me to be a martyr.
By Anne Boleyn on Anne Boleyn, Last Words
Shoot me in the chest!
By Benito Mussolini on Benito Mussolini, Last Words
A dying man can do nothing easy.
By Benjamin Franklin on Benjamin Franklin, Last Words
That was a great game of golf, fellers.
By Bing Crosby on Bing Crosby, Last Words
I am not the least afraid to die.
By Charles Darwin on Charles Darwin, Last Words
I've never felt better.
By Douglas Fairbanks, Sr. on Douglas Fairbanks, Sr., Last Words
I've had eighteen straight whiskies, I think that's the record.
By Dylan Thomas on Dylan Thomas, Last Words
Lord help my poor soul.
By Edgar Allan Poe on Edgar Allan Poe, Last Words
No, I shall not give in. I shall go on. I shall work to the end.
By Edward VII, King of England on Edward VII, Last Words
All my possessions for a moment of time.
By Elizabeth I, Queen of England on Elizabeth I, Last Words
I must go in, the fog is rising.
By Emily Dickinson on Emily Dickinson, Last Words
I know you have come to kill me. Shoot coward, you are only going to kill a man.
By Ernesto "Che" Guevara on Ernesto "Che" Guevara, Last Words
I've had a hell of a lot of fun and I've enjoyed every minute of it.
By Errol Flynn on Errol Flynn, Last Words
Waiting are they? Waiting are they? Well, let 'em wait. - (In response to a doctor who attempted to comfort him by saying, "General, I fear the angels are waiting for you.")
By Ethan Allen on Ethan Allen, Last Words
Is everybody happy? I want everybody to be happy. I know I'm happy.
By Ethel Barrymore on Ethel Barrymore, Last Words
I knew it. I knew it. Born in a hotel room, and God damn it, died in a hotel room.
By Eugene O'Neill on Eugene O'Neill, Last Words
I owe much; I have nothing; the rest I leave to the poor.
By Francois Rabelais on Francois Rabelais, Last Words
Now I have finished with all earthly business, and high time too. Yes, yes, my dear child, now comes death.
By Franz Leher on Franz Leher, Last Words
The earth is suffocating . . . Swear to make them cut me open, so that I won't be buried alive.
By Frederic Chopin on Frederic Chopin, Last Words
Sister, you're trying to keep me alive as an old curiosity, but I'm done, I'm finished, I'm going to die.
By George Bernard Shaw on George Bernard Shaw, Last Words
I die hard but am not afraid to go.
By George Washington on George Washington, Last Words
I have tried so hard to do the right.
By Grover Cleveland on Grover Cleveland, Last Words
Go away. I'm all right.
By H. G. Wells on H. G. Wells, Last Words
God will pardon me, that's his line of work.
By Heinrich Heine on Heinrich Heine, Last Words
Now comes the mystery.
By Henry Ward Beecher on Henry Ward Beecher, Last Words
I should never have switched from Scotch to Martinis.
By Humphrey Bogart on Humphrey Bogart, Last Words
Farewell, my friends! I go to glory!
By Isadora Duncan on Isadora Duncan, Last Words
Father, into thy hands I commend my spirit.
By Jesus Christ on Jesus Christ, Last Words
Thomas Jefferson still survives.
By John Adams on John Adams, Last Words
Die? I should say not, dear fellow. No Barrymore would allow such a conventional thing to happen to him.
By John Barrymore on John Barrymore, Last Words
This is the last of earth! I am content.
By John Q. Adams on John Q. Adams, Last Words
See in what peace a Christian can die.
By Joseph Addison on Joseph Addison, Last Words
Et tu, Brutus?
By Julius Caesar on Julius Caesar, Last Words
Go on, get out - last words are for fools who haven't said enough.
By Karl Marx on Karl Marx, Last Words
It's all been very interesting.
By Lady Mary Wortley Montagu on Lady Mary Wortley Montagu, Last Words
Am I dying or is this my birthday? - (When she woke briefly during her last illness and found all her family around her bedside.)
By Lady Nancy Astor on Lady Nancy Astor, Last Words
I have offended God and mankind because my work did not reach the quality it should have.
By Leonardo da Vinci on Leonardo da Vinci, Last Words
Now I shall go to sleep. Goodnight.
By Lord George Byron on Lord George Byron, Last Words
That was the best ice-cream soda I ever tasted.
By Lou Costello on Lou Costello, Last Words
Why do you weep. Did you think I was immortal?
By Louis XIV on Louis XIV, Last Words
A King should die standing.
By Louis XVIII on Louis XVIII, Last Words
Friends applaud, the comedy is finished.
By Ludwig van Beethoven on Ludwig van Beethoven, Last Words
I forgive everybody. I pray that everybody may also forgive me, and my blood which is about to be shed will bring peace to Mexico. Long live Mexico! Long Live Independence!
By Maximilian, Emperor of Mexico on Maximilian, Last Words
Goodnight my darlings, I'll see you tomorrow.
By Noel Coward, Last Words on Noel Coward
Turn up the lights, I don't want to go home in the dark.
By O. Henry on O. Henry, Last Words
Either that wallpaper goes, or I do.
By Oscar Wilde on Oscar Wilde, Last Words
How were the receipts today at Madison Square Garden?
By P. T. Barnum on P. T. Barnum, Last Words
Don't let it end like this. Tell them I said something.
By Pancho Villa on Pancho Villa, Last Words
My God. What's happened?
By Princess Diana on Princess Diana, Last Words
Crito, I owe a cock to Asclepius; will you remember to pay the debt?
By Socrates on Socrates, Last Words
Put out the light.
By Theodore Roosevelt on Theodore Roosevelt, Last Words
It is very beautiful over there.
By Thomas Alva Edison on Thomas Alva Edison, Last Words
I am ready to die for my Lord, that in my blood the Church may obtain liberty and peace.
By Thomas Becket on Thomas Becket, Last Words
I am about to take my last voyage, a great leap in the dark.
By Thomas Hobbes on Thomas Hobbes, Last Words
I see black light.
By Victor Hugo on Victor Hugo, Last Words
I have a long journey to take, and must bid the company farewell.
By Walter Raleigh on Walter Raleigh, Last Words
I'm bored with it all.
By Winston Churchill on Winston Churchill, Last Words