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The tragic final words of Sinéad O’Connor before her death have been unveiled


Sinéad O’Connor, a famous singer-songwriter from Ireland, has sadly passed away at the age of 56. She was known for her super popular song in the ’90s which was a cover of Prince’s ‘Nothing Compares 2 U’. The news about her passing was given by her family. They told The Irish Times, which is a newspaper in Ireland, that everyone who loved Sinéad was very sad and they wanted some privacy during this hard time.

Sinéad was loved by many people all around the world because of her great music. But she also had a tough time with some issues related to her mental health. She was often in the news because of her strong opinions about politics and society. These things sometimes caused problems and disagreements.

Sinéad O’Connor was born in Dublin, Ireland, on December 8, 1966. She had a really hard childhood and she said her mom was not nice to her, which hurt her a lot. Because of this, she always tried to help kids who were being hurt. When she was 15, she was put in a place because she stole things and skipped school, and there, she found out that she was really good at music.

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When she was 20, she made her first music album, called ‘The Lion and the Cobra’, in 1987. A lot of people all around the world liked it and it got her a chance to win a Grammy, which is a big music award. Two magazines, Slant and Pitchfork, said it was one of the best albums of the 1980s. Slant said it was “one of the most electrifying debuts in rock history” and Pitchfork liked how the album talked about love for her country, being a woman, her religion (Catholicism), and fighting against unfair things. They said these topics showed how strong and independent she was.

Sinéad O’Connor became famous all over the world because she had a very special voice that people loved. She was also known for having a shaved head. She said this was her way of saying that she didn’t agree with old ideas about what women should look like.

In 1990, she made her second album, ‘I Do Not Want What I Haven’t Got’. This album had her very famous song, a cover of Prince’s ‘Nothing Compares 2 U’. This song became very popular, and it was even named the best song in the world in 1990 by the Billboard Music Awards. Many people think it’s one of the best songs ever made.

Sinéad kept making music that people liked, but she also had some problems that made her less popular. The most well-known of these happened in 1992 when she was on a TV show called Saturday Night Live. While she was singing a song by Bob Marley called ‘War’, she ripped up a picture of Pope John Paul II. She told the people watching the show to “fight the real enemy”.

Last year, something very sad happened to Sinéad. Her 17-year-old son Shane took his own life. After this happened, Sinéad said she would never sing again. She even cancelled a tour and delayed her new album. She said, “There will never be anything to sing about again.”

Sinéad was really upset after Shane’s death. Just before she died this week, she even talked about her sadness on Twitter. Someone asked people to describe how their life was going using little pictures called emojis. In response to this, Sinéad shared 10 pictures of crying faces and added the words: “lostmy17yrOldSonToSuicidein2022” last week.

On July 17, Sinéad wrote a very emotional message on Twitter. She said, “Been living as undead night creature since.” She also shared how much she loved her son Shane, calling him “the love of my life, the lamp of my soul.” She felt they were two halves of one soul. She also said that Shane was the only person who loved her no matter what. She ended her message by saying, “I am lost in the bardo without him.”

We’ll always remember Sinéad O’Connor. She was a unique musician who was never scared to say what she thought. Even though she’s gone, people won’t forget her and what she did. Rest in peace, Sinéad O’Connor.