Tragedy struck the music world on April 21st, 2016, when beloved R&B sensation Prince passed away at his Paisley Park home and studio. It’s no secret that Prince was constantly working on new music, and no stretch of the imagination to believe that the Purple One was working on new music in his final days. Prince had released two albums in 2015 alone.Interestingly, The Today Show may have uncovered one of Prince’s final works this morning. The program aired a tour through Paisley Park, as Prince’s home is set to open up as a museum tomorrow. Observant fans of Prince caught a shot of a music stand in Prince’s famed Studio A, which featured two sheets of lyrics. There were typed lyrics of “Look At Me Look At U,” as well as hand-written lyrics to a song called “Stay Cool.”It is unknown what Prince’s intentions were for “Stay Cool,” as the song has never been released and no recordings surface. You can see the screenshot of the Today Show in the image above, which captures the “Stay Cool” lyrics. An attempt to transcribe the lyrics was also made on a Prince.org forum, and can be read below.Stay CoolAin’t no reason 2 get uptightWhen everybody else is feelin a grooveAlright, alright?!Stay cool, BabyDon’t b no tool?Don’t worry what’s happenin wit the candy girlU’re the only one that matters in my worldAlright?….Alright?AlrightStay Cool Stay Cool Baby Baby” ”Stay Cool, Ur so beautifoolU must b cuz (eye sign) let u break all of my rules(Eye sign) let u take ur top off in my swimming poolAlright? AlrightDon’t fight let’s don’t fight(possibly a scratch-out)Don’t u wanna make sweet love all_____ night & wake up with a smilea million miles Sun Shines so brightAlrightStay Cool….Stay Baby BabyP (signature)You can also watch the full Today show segment touring Paisley Park in the video below:If this is indeed Prince’s last song, it serves a poignant reminder for fans everywhere to “Stay Cool” in the face of the controversies surrounding Prince’s death. The Purple One lived an incredible and charitable life, and he left behind an incredible legacy of music. Rest in peace, Prince.