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The day before country singer Mindy McCready's life came to a tragic end Sunday, she delivered a video to a trusted friend that that seems to foretell her tragic end. Personal friend and private investigator Danno Hanks has come forward with the video that McCready recorded of a song called “I’ll See You Yesterday.” It was written by Courtney Dashe and Jason Walker and produced by David Wilson. Wilson was Mindy's boyfriend who died last month from what many are saying was a suicide. The video clip features a suicide hotline frame that comes at the song’s end. Hanks tells E! News, "I thought she was talking about sending a message about suicide for David’s death but this is unbelievable. She was sending me a message. I wish I had been more alert to what it was.” Hanks recalls a strange request from Mindy. She told him, ‘I have someone working on getting all the rights in place it will be licensed for Courtney to get the royalties,’ and I was like, ‘Hey what is the big deal?’ But now I understand she wanted to make sure it got out there and there was no copyright problems for it being up there.” The video is below for those who want to listen to Mindy's parting song.