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Remember Me When I'm Gone: The Rich and Famous Write Their Own Epitaphs and Obituaries

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What Famous People Want Said in their Obituaries

 A collection of their own obituaries written by celebrities themselves for Larry King, talk show host.

Publisher: Nan A. Talese
Date Published: March 23, 2004
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Last Words of Legends in Their Own Words!

  • Aug 18, 2009
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Well, this is definitely a page turner and a flip through and a go back and read again and share and tell people they just have to read it.

Imagine, so many wrote their last words poetically. Some wrote pages while others wrote short. For example, "I demand a recount." "Mispronounced dead on arrival." And perhaps you'll guess who wrote one word, "Imagine."

My absolute favorite, laugh out loud epithaph--

When my time on earth is done
And I have breathed my last
I want them to bury me upside down
So my critics can kiss my ass!

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