Some funny. Some touching. All interesting. All true? Who knows...
Many thanks to Tom "Yoda" Kane and Eddie "Eugene" Deezen for the idea and many of the entries.
"I'm bored with it all" - Winston Churchill
"Love one another." - George Harrison
"Why not? Why not? Why not? Yeah." - Timothy Leary
"Please don't leave me. Please don't leave me." - Chris Farley
"Is everyone else alright?" - Robert Kennedy
"Damn it, don't you dare ask God to help me!" - Wire coathanger fan Joan Crawford to her housekeeper, who had begun to pray aloud
"This is absurd." - Sigmund Freud
"Leave me alone, I'm fine." - Barry White
"Let's cool it, brothers." - Malcolm X, to his three assassins
"Lord help my poor soul." - Edgar Allan Poe
"I've had eighteen straight whiskies. I think that's a record." - Dylan Thomas
"How were the receipts today at Madison Square Garden?" - P.T. Barnum
"Pardonnez moi, monseiur." - Marie Antionette, to her executioner after accidentally stepping on his foot.
"The ladies have to go first. Get in the lifeboat, to please me. Goodbye, dearie. I'll see you later." - John Jacob Astor IV, millionaire and Titanic casualty
"Tell mother I died for my country. Useless... useless." - John Wilkes Booth, Abraham Lincoln's assassin
"Hey, watch this!" - thousands of American rednecks
"Do you know where I can get any shit?" - Lenny Bruce, comedian and drug addict
"Why not? It belongs to him." - Charlie Chaplin, replying to the priest at his deathbead who said, "May the Lord have mercy on your soul."
"Please keep going Courtney, for Frances. Her life will be so much happier without me. I love you. I love you." - Kurt Cobain, in his suicide note
"My god, what happened?" - Princess Diana
"Et tu, Brutus?" - Julius Caesar
"That guy's got to see us. He'll stop." - James Dean, just before his fatal car crash
"God damn the whole friggin' world and everyone in it but you, Carlotta." - W.C. Fields to his longtime mistress
"Let us cross over the river and rest in the shade of the trees." - Gen. "Stonewall" Jackson, mortally wounded by friendly fire
"Shoot, coward. You are only going to kill a man." - Che Guevara
"That's obvious." - President John F. Kennedy, in reply to Governor John Connally's wife, who had said to him, "Mr. President, you cannot say that Dallas doesn't love you."
"How's this for a headline: 'French fries'" - convicted murderer James French, before being put to death by electric chair