Back in 2013, Campbell channeled his diminishing memory into one last song, focusing his creative energies on what mattered most to him—his family. Titled “I’m Not Gonna Miss You,” the poignant composition offered a glimpse into his struggles with Alzheimer’s disease, as outlined by The Boot, a country music website.

The heartfelt lyrics depict the gradual erosion of cherished moments, such as singing, memories, and the simple act of embracing loved ones. It resonates with each listener, boldly declaring, “You’re the last person I’ll love; You’re the last face I will recall.”

Unfortunately, as Campbell’s health deteriorated following the song’s completion, he was unable to share it with an audience beyond his family circle. However, his son, Shannon Campbell, took it upon himself to preserve his father’s legacy. Recording the song from his father’s Nashville residence, Shannon sang and played the guitar, accompanied by a skilled fiddle player, preserving the emotional essence of “Not Gonna Miss You” for his family and all those navigating the challenges of Alzheimer’s disease

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