Michael Jackson (1958–2009) -
Michael Jackson's last words were, "I'd like to have some milk. Please, please give me some more."
Steve Jobs (1955–2011) -
Apple co-founder Steve Jobs' last words, "Oh wow. Oh wow. Oh wow," were about his admiration of his family and not, as many have suggested, a critique of wealth.
James Brown (1933–2006) - The Godfather of Soul James Brown used his final breaths to tell longtime manager Charles Bobbit, "I'm going away tonight" before passing away from heart failure.
Charlie Chaplin (1889–1977) -
After a priest read him his rites, Charlie Chaplin responded with his famous last words: "Why not? After all, it belongs to Him."
Bob Marley (1945–1981) -
Stricken with cancer and dying in a Miami hospital, reggae music icon Bob Marley turned to his son Ziggy and declared: "Money can't buy life."
Joe DiMaggio (1914–1999) -
About 37 years after her death, Marilyn Monroe's former husband Joe DiMaggio whispered on his deathbed to lawyer Morris Engelberg, "I finally get to see Marilyn."
Emily Dickinson (1830 - 1886) - The American poet's last words were "I must go in, for the fog is rising."
Thomas Edison (1847 - 1931) - Before he succumbed to his death, Edison was in a coma. He emerged from this and spoke: "It is very beautiful over there."
Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790) - "A dying man can do nothing easy," was said by Franklin when his daughter requested he change position so he could breathe better.
Frida Kahlo (1907-1954) - "I hope this exit is joyful and I hope never to return," were the last words taken from this Mexican artist's journal entry.
Coco Chanel (1883 - 1971) - Chanel's last words were to her maid and she said "You see, this is how you die."
Princess Diana (1961 - 1997) - "Oh my God," were the last words spoken by Diana after the fatal car crash that took her life.
Marie Antoinette (1755 - 1793) -
"Pardon me, sir. I did not do it on purpose," Antoinette said to her executioner when she stepped on his foot.