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Michael Hutchence's final words have been revealed.
Mark added: 'This is not Michael Hutchence defined by how he died but how he lived: a brilliant musician, a brilliant man, a loving father, a true rock star.'The documentary also takes an in-depth look at Michael's possessions that were kept hidden in bank vaults - including his diary and the final lyrics.According to Yahoo, they begin: 'Wouldn't be right to take it / Wouldn’t be right laying down.' 'All the bitterness has started showing / Five years no one hears.'A glimpse of the never-before-seen lyrics was previously offered in a trailer for the upcoming documentary Michael Hutchence: The Last Rockstar.Michael reportedly sang the disturbing lyrics into a handheld dictaphone, and the recording will be played in the second part of the documentary.They are believed to be the conclusion of a song Michael was writing at the time - the final words the late rock star wrote on the night of his death The lyrics were found scrawled on a yellow, lined notepad on the bedside table of Room 524 of the Ritz Carlton, in Sydney's Double Bay, on 22nd November 1997.Michael was found dead in that room, with the cause later reported by the NSW Coroner as a suicide.