On his deathbed, George Harrison told Ringo Starr a funny, yet heartbreaking, joke… Watch the video to know what he said…

George Harrison’s last comments to Ringo Starr were spoken to him in his final days at his home in Switzerland, just before he passed away on November 29, 2001. George Harrison was a terrific friend and fellow Beatle.

The final words spoken by Beatles legend George Harrison to Ringo Starr on his deathbed are profoundly emotional.

Ringo Starr describes what was discussed on his final visit to George Harrison’s residence in Switzerland in a clip from the Martin Scorsese film George Harrison: Living in the Material World.

Before passing away in 2001, the Beatle underwent surgery for throat cancer in 1998 and received treatment for lung cancer and a brain tumor.

Ringo Starr remembers visiting George Harrison just before heading to Boston to visit his daughter, who had a brain tumor.

Ringo explains, “You know, he could just lay down. The last weeks of George’s life, he was in Switzerland, and I went to see him, and he was really unwell.”

In addition, I was traveling to Boston since my daughter had a brain tumor while he was sick and I had gone to visit him.

Ringo continues, visibly saddened by the memories, “And I replied, ‘Well, you know, I’ve got to go, I’ve got to go to Boston,’ and he was… phew, it’s the last words I heard him say.

Actually, he asked if he might accompany her and added, “Do you want me to?”

He continues, visibly moved by the story, “Oh, God.” So, you see, that’s George’s wonderful side.

Archival material, home movies, and in-depth interviews with Harrison’s friends and family were all included in the 2011 documentary George Harrison: Living in the Material World. These friends and family members included Paul McCartney, Eric Clapton, Bob Dylan, Phil Spector, and Pattie Boyd.

The movie’s co-producer and George Harrison’s wife, Olivia, claimed upon the film’s premiere that she “want people to see it, but nearly don’t. It’s like to letting everyone inside your most personal space.”

While My Guitar Gently Weeps and “Something,” two of the Beatles’ most well-known songs, were written by George, the band’s main guitarist.

On November 30, 2001, the celebrity died of lung cancer at the age of 58.

His wife, Olivia, and son, Dhani, 24, were present when he passed away at the home of a longtime friend, Gavin De Becker, where he had traveled to spend his final days, according to The New York Times.

The Harrison family released a statement in which they said that their loved one “went this life as he lived it, mindful of God, fearless of death, and at peace, surrounded by family and friends.” He frequently uttered the phrases “love one another” and “Everything else can wait, but the search for God cannot.”

The film was released in response to Paul McCartney’s recent claim that he frequently speaks with George Harrison via a sizable conifer tree the late Beatle gifted him before his passing.

Paul remarked, “George was really interested in horticulture, [he was] an excellent gardener. “He gave [the tree] to me as a gift. The large fir tree is next to my fence.”

“On the morning of December 18, when I was leaving my home, I got out of the car at the gate, glanced up at the tree, and said, ‘Hi, George.'” McCartney was specific. “There he is, developing rapidly. That brings back memories of our hitchhiking days together! John and George Lennon are still very much around.”

McCartney went on to say “It’s gorgeous. I merely planted it after receiving it from him. But as the years pass, I keep thinking, “That’s the tree George gave me,” every time I look at it. For me, George has climbed up that tree. I hope that pleases him.”

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On his deathbed, George Harrison told Ringo Starr a funny, yet heartbreaking, joke… Watch the video to know what he said…
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