Glen Campbell has released the final single of his long and storied musical career. “I’m Not Gonna Miss You” documents his battle with Alzheimer’s Disease and is a love letter to his wife and children written by a man who knows his memories will soon be gone:
You’re the last person I will love / You’re the last face I will recall / And best of all / I’m not gonna miss you
I’ve listened to the song. It is very, very powerful. Glen Campbell goes out on top.
It was recorded in January 2013. As of April, Campbell was admitted into a long term care facility in Nashville. The release of the single coincides with a documentary Glen Campbell: I’ll Be Me which will be released in theaters later this month.
Shortly after Campbell was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, he recorded an album and went out on one last tour. I was in attendance at his show at Boston’s Wilbur Theater. I am sure glad I got the chance to see him.
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