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whitneyWESTFIELD, NJ – Whitney Houston’s gravestone refers to the late singer as ‘The Voice.’  It also pays tribute to her fans, with an inscription that reads: ‘I will always love you.’ That reference stems from one of Houston’s most popular songs, written and originally recorded by Dolly Parton.

The teardrop-shaped headstone lies in Westfield, New Jersey. Houston was buried next to her father in 2012.Heart disease and cocaine led to her death.

She was just 48-years-old.