Пн. Июн 24th, 2024

Willie Nelson’s surprising admission in his book reawakened his family’s and fans’ anxieties.

According to legend, the book made Paul English famous for life, much as his song “Me and Paul” did. In the song, Paul English paid tribute to his right-hand guy, who also served as his accountant, bodyguard, and drummer. The book had the same effect.

In addition to detailing their seven decades of relationship, Nelson revealed in the biography a previous suicide attempt, which scared many people.

According to legend, the singer of “Seven Spanish Angels” told a bar patron about a time when he was “feeling so horrible till he lay his head on some and let it heal his troubled thoughts.” As a result, he is said to have attempted suicide.

According to accounts, the country singer returned to the pub after fifteen minutes to drink more. Patsy Cline’s 1961 version of his song was a watershed point in his career, helping him establish his position in the music industry. He had successfully navigated the difficult age.

According to an unidentified source, Nelson believed he needed to put in a lot of effort. Rather than murdering himself, the renowned singer preferred to die on stage while singing, which is what he enjoyed the most.

Nelson said in a statement that he had no plans to retire, echoing an insider’s claim. It’s something the singer would instead not think about right now.

He started to Parade that he did not want to be concerned about his remaining time on Earth. He wants to make the most of his remarkable life while attempting to improve it.

“‘Pay for the Day’ is the song I wrote. You must do any task to earn enough money for the day. I get up and go for a short jog. I do some little exercise and have noticed that singing benefits my lungs.

When asked what the secret to a happy life was, he advised others to “think optimistically,” just as he did when he was on the verge of committing suicide.

Nelson also intends to perform live shows in addition to these activities in the following years.