Patrick Swayze To Wife Lisa: "I Will Love You Forever"

Actor's memoir due out Sept. 29

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    Actor Patrick Swayze, who died this week at age 57, wrote a touching love letter to his wife of 34 years in a memoir due out Sept. 29.

    The late Patrick Swayze left behind a powerful love letter to his wife of 34 years in his upcoming memoir, "The Time of My Life."

    "How grateful I am that you chose to love me," the actor wrote, according to ABC's Good Morning America, which played an audio clip of the actor reading from his memoir on Wednesday.

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    "I know that because of you, I've found my spirit. I saw the man I wanted to be," Swayze continued in the audio clip of the book, which is due out on September 29. "You are my woman, my lover, my mate and my lady. I loved you forever, I love you now and I will love you forever more."

    Patrick was diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic cancer in January 2008 and underwent chemotherapy, while continuing to work a grueling acting schedule, playing FBI agent Charles Barker in the A&E drama "The Beast." He passed away on Monday.

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    Swayze was 57.

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