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It was a busy road, and Cochran witnessed lots of accidents on it.He was working on a song based on all the crashes he saw, and was about halfway done with "Last Kiss" when he heard about the wreck in Barnesville.
The song was written by Wayne Cochran, who lived on Route 1941 in Georgia, about 15 miles from the crash site.
Hancock and Clark's friend Wayne Cooper, who was riding with them, was killed instantly.
Their two other friends, Jewel Emerson and Ed Shockley, survived with serious injuries.
The song's opening lyrics mirror the opening lyrics of Septimus Winner's "Der Deitcher's Dog".
The narrator borrows his father's car to take his beloved sweetheart out on a romantic date (on a rainy night).