Jet Black Death, Obituary – As soon as I was informed of the tragic news that Jet Black had passed away, I plunged into a deep state of grieving for him. I will miss him terribly. I am going to miss him in a significant way. When we were younger, one of our common objectives was to one day be successful in the music industry and to be acknowledged for the musical abilities that we possess. Our goal was to establish ourselves as successful musicians. During that time period, neither one of us could have been separated from the other in any manner, shape, or form because there was no prospect of that happening.
Instantaneously, we realized that we were attracted to one another, and I understood right away that I could relate to the constant sense of purpose that he radiated in his life. This realization occurred at the same time that we realized that we were attracted to one another. Because of this, we came to the conclusion that we should pursue a romantic relationship with one another. He gave up everything he had in his previous life in order to devote himself to the accomplishment of our shared objective and to put his previous life in the past so that he could focus on contributing to the success of our endeavor.
He did this so that he could concentrate on the future and provide assistance to us in achieving our goal. He did this so that he might contribute his efforts toward the achievement of our common objective, and he achieved this successfully.
The fact that only two days separated our birthdays drew instant attention to how comparable we were to one another as a result of this fact.
He was able to pave the way for The Stranglers to be successful in the music industry as a result of his uncompromising resolve and tireless perseverance. This was a direct consequence of the efforts that he put forth. His timing was excellent in every conceivable way that one could think of imagining it. I am quite certain that he and his legacy will be prosperous in whatever endeavors they set their minds to completing. My faith in them is unshakable. Hugh Cornwell was only mentioned fleetingly immediately before I completely lost all recollection of him.