Bobby Brown has debuted his new song 'Don't Let Me Die', about life since Whitney Houston's death. In the emotional track, the New Edition singer admits he "messed up pretty bad" and pleads with his late ex-wife, "Don't let me die", reports
Sporting sunglasses and leather trousers, Bobby performed the song on 'The Tonight Show with Jay Leno', featuring the lyrics, "didn't realize that every breath I took was from you ... You were my air". The words also feature a tinge of regret, with Brown singing, "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". The singer is releasing the track on his forthcoming album 'The Masterpiece', which hits in June, just four months after Whitney died in Beverly Hills. After allegedly being warned to stay away from the funeral, Brown arrived at the ceremony in Newark, New Jersey, though left promptly after a reported dispute over seating arrangements.
During an interview last month, Brown insisted he was not the person who led Whitney down the trail of drink and drugs that eventually killed her.