Death continues in entertainment world, another veteran artist bid farewell to the world

Every artist hopes to win an Oscar award, it's another thing who gets it and who doesn't. Marilyn Bergman... A name who not only won an Oscar-like award but also created her own image as a musician who made hundreds of songs with her husband Alan Bergman, but has now bid farewell to the world. She breathed her last at her Los Angeles home on Saturday. She died at the age of 93.

According to Jason Lee, a representative, she died of respiratory failure related to the coronavirus. When she died, her husband stayed in bed with her. The Bergmans, who married in 1958, were among the most enduring, successful and productive songwriting partnerships she did a lot for movies, television and stage. She has also worked with some of the world's top ragas, including Marvin Hamlisch, Sai Coleman and Michelle Legrand, and was covered through some of the world's greatest singers, from Frank Sinatra and Barbara Streisand to Aretha Franklin and Michael Jackson.

Bergman received the Oscar Award: According to media reports, Marilyn Bergman told The Huffington Post in 2013 that, "If someone really wants to write songs that are original, who actually talk to people, you have to feel that you have never created something you've never made before - which is the last achievement." "And to make something that wasn't there before, you have to know what came before you."

Her songs included the emotional Streisand-Neil Diamond duet song "You Don't Bring Me Flowers", Sinatra's snappy "Nice 'n' Easy" and Dean Martin's dreamy "Sleep Warm". She assisted in writing the uptempo themes for the 1970s sitcoms "Maude" and "Good Times" and assisted on the words and music for the 1978 Broadway show "Ballroom."

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