Keith Moon, John Bonham, Brian Epstein, Karen Carpenter
I would want to leave the legacy of the realisation that a bit of madness is OK in life
my biggest regret would be not managing to quit the fags fully.
Legacy - living a life which involved happiness, enjoyment and that I did something good.
Biggest regret - Its a very long list of regrets. But that's life!
Legacy - I honestly can't think how the world would change if I wasn't here, except for my nearest and dearest of course. No-one else would notice.
Regrets - I've had a few. But then again, too few to mention.
Legacy - hopefully, that I lived a long and happy life and made a positive difference to the people that mattered to me.
Regrets - don't plan on having any. I learnt my lesson on that when my Dad said to me shortly before he died that he had always wanted to run a marathon and now it was too late for him. That affected me profoundly, I just thought it was such a sad admission. I try to live by that, and not postpone doing things I really want to do.
Corinthian wrote (see)
I'll regret not being an internationally renowned blues guitarist
Shall we form a virtual RW band? You'd at least then be guaranteed boundless online groupies/lurkers!
Since starting this thread I've had an earworm. Of the people listed it should have been something really cool, but no, it's bloody Karen Carpenter.
My own thoughts about legacies and regrets are still forming, though I admit it's a bit morose!
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