Bobby Brown Drops Song for Whitney Houston, “Don't Let Me Die”

Ex-husband of diva is promoting his upcoming album

  Bobby Brown performs “Don't Let Me Die” on Jay Leno
Bobby Brown has been keeping mum ever since his ex-wife Whitney Houston died earlier this year, but chances are he'll be breaking his silence very soon because he has a new album to promote.

Bobby Brown has been keeping mum ever since his ex-wife Whitney Houston died earlier this year, but chances are he'll be breaking his silence very soon because he has a new album to promote.

Case in point, his appearance on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno the other night, where he performed a song that seems strangely based on his troubled marriage to the late singer.

You can listen to a fragment from it here. The studio version is above. 

Called “Don't Let Me Die,” the track seems to include Brown's admission of some kind of wrongdoing. Clearly, the woman he's singing about is no longer in his life.

“I didn’t realize that every breath I took was from you/ You were my air,” he sings.

“I guess I messed up pretty bad/ I didn’t know who you were/ I didn’t know what we had./ Now I’m stuck living in the past/ trying to get the pieces back/ but I guess now you’re gone,” he continues.

Bobby is yet to confirm that the song is about Whitney but, as the saying goes, if it walks like a duck and it quacks like a duck...

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