Ryan O'Neal recalled the last hours of long-time girlfriend Farrah Fawcett's life on the Today Show Tuesday morning. "I thought that she would live just another couple of hours, and she lived a couple of days," he told Meredith Vieira. "So I had a bed put in the room for me. And I just lay by her side. And she wouldn't move on. She wouldn't pass. She just looked at us with a slight smile. Was awful. And then all the machines flat lined. After about 16 hours. And she was gone." (Photo: WENN)

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