David Letterman got to go out with his favorite band playing his favorite song.
The Foo Fighters took the "Late Show" stage on Wednesday to celebrate Letterman's legacy for one final send-off. The band performed "Everlong," which they first played on the show back in 2000 after the host underwent quintuple bypass surgery. During the final performance, highlights from Letterman's 33-year-long career played, ensuring there wouldn't be a dry eye in the house.
Letterman's last show also included an unforgettable Top Ten List, with appearances by Tina Fey, Jerry Seinfeld and Barbara Walters. The final "Late Show" guest was Bill Murray, but Letterman threw in another surprise in the form of President Barack Obama. If only everything could ever feel this real forever. We'll miss you, Dave.
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