The last songs recorded by famous artists

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Johnny Cash - 'Like the 309': 'Like the 309' was the last song recorded by the "Man in Black." 

Chris Cornell - 'You Never Knew My Mind': Just before he tragically took his life in 2017, the former Soundgarden vocalist recorded. 

Janis Joplin - 'Mercedes Benz': The last song recorded by Janis Joplin is also one of her biggest hits. 

Breddie Mercury - 'Mother Love': 'Mother Love' was the last song the iconic singer ever recorded with Queen. 

Elvis Presley - 'Way Down': 'Way Down' was the last song recorded by The King. 

Tom Petty - 'Given All I Can See'/'Here She Comes Again': Tom Petty last entered the studio to record two songs with former Byrds member Chris Hillman in 2017.

The Doors - 'Riders on the Storm': December 1970 was the last time Jim Morrison, Ray Manzarek, Robby Krieger, and John Densmore were in the studio together. 

Nirvana - 'You Know You’re Right': The iconic three-piece recorded 'You Know You’re Right' at Robert Lang Studios in North Seattle in January 1994. 

Jimi Hendrix - 'Belly Button Window': Ironically, the last song the legendary guitarist recorded before he died was about being born.

The Beatles - 'Because': 'Because' was the last song recorded by the Fab Four at Abbey Road Studios in 1969. 

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