Movie legend Shirley Temple died last night at the age 85.
The former child actress retired more than six decades prior to her passing, but she's still remembered for her red hair, her dimples, her signature drink - and for one song in particular.
Temple first sang "On the Good Ship Lollipop" in 1934's Bright Eyes, belting out the track in a scene she reportedly choreographed herself.
The number has been referenced and duplicated many times since (from The Brady Bunch to The Simpsons) and we can think of no better way to salute the late star than to run her original here:
Temple, of course, is merely the latest known name to pass away in 2014.
Here's a look at other celebrities that have left us over the past six weeks:
4. Shirley Temple
Shirley Temple was a childhood star in the 1930s. She passed away at the age of 85.
6. Anna Gordy Gaye
Anna Gordy Gaye passed away in early 2014. She was the sister of Berry Gordy and the wife of Marvin Gaye.
7. Eric Lawson
Eric Lawson stars here as The Marloboro Man. He died from lung cancer at the age of 72.
9. Cassandra Lynn Hensley
Rest in peace, Cassandra Lynn Hensley. The Playboy Playmate was found dead in January 2014.
13. John Henson Picture
Rest in peace, John Henson. This member of The Muppets family died in early 2014.
14. Jamie Coots
Jamie Coots has died from a snake bite. The reality star appeared on the series Snake Salvation.
15. Michele Savoia
Michele Savoia, a famed Broadway costume designer, has passed away at the age of 55.
16. Bob Casale
Bob Casale, second from right, was the guitarist for the '80s band Devo, best known for the hit song "Whip It." R.I.P.
17. Harold Ramis
Harold Ramis passed away at the age of 69. We'll always adore the actor for his role in Ghostbusters.