Social media is ablaze right now with theories that David Bowie‘s last song, ‘Lazarus’, was a goodbye note.
David Bowie- Lazarus is the saddest song in time, RIP Bowie??
— Gibby⚜ (@KylanGibbs) January 11, 2016
Judging by the lyrics of Bowies latest song “Lazarus”. He intended it to be heard by an audience who have experienced his death. Legend
— Rubber Bandits (@Rubberbandits) January 11, 2016
“Just like that bluebird I’ll be free.” He must have known he hadn’t long when he made this: https://t.co/VnvPweov7S
— Mark Colvin (@Colvinius) January 11, 2016
OMG He did it. That beautiful SOB. He turned his own death into artistic expression. Genius to the end.
— Benevolent Knievel (@Varkentine) January 11, 2016
Leave it to Bowie to not only write his own epitaph, but sing it and make a video of it too. Beautiful man. RIP
— RocksEm (@RocksEm) January 11, 2016
— Graham Applin (@SkepticalHusky) January 11, 2016
— EliteEducationGroup (@EliteEducationG) January 11, 2016
Omg it was so clear. He knew he was dying when they made the video for Lazarus. What a genius!!!
— Bella (@Ada__Pro) January 11, 2016
the CD is black coloured and that song Lazarus, that video… I didn’t pay enough attention
— Simona Dudù (@simonadudu) January 11, 2016
— Fernando Baradit (@fbaradit) January 11, 2016
lazarus makes sense now. rest in peace you beautiful human.
— Alex Boyd (@sherrykohlver) January 11, 2016