I'm gone

I'm gone

slang I'm leaving. I don't have to listen to this criticism—I'm gone!
See also: gone

I'm gone.

Inf. an expression said just before leaving. (See also I'm out of here.) Bob: Well, that's all. I'm gone. Bill: See ya! Jane: I'm gone. See you guys. John: See you, Jane. Fred: Bye, Jane.
See also: gone

I’m gone

sent. I’m getting ready to leave. (see also I’m out of here.) Well, that’s all. I’m gone.
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References in classic literature ?
He said to himself: "I'm gone! I never can square up; the rest of the plunder won't pawn or sell for half of the bill.
Winner of France's esteemed Prix Goncourt, Jean Echenoz's I'm Gone follows a struggling art gallery owner who deserts his marriage and career in hopes of making a fortune selling valuable "Paleolithic art." Bursting with comical prose and insistent on subverting cliched literary conventions, this fast-moving and unpredictable novel offers a satiric contemplation of contemporary art, lust, and adventure.
ADELE gave a show-stopping performance of her Oscar-winning Bond theme Skyfall then promised to crack open the bubbly, but admitted: "One glass of champagne and I'm gone these days."
And when I'm gone, I would bequeath the space I had occupied to
00-HEAVEN J Singing Skyfall ADELE gave a show-stopping performance of her Oscar-winning Bond theme Skyfall then promised to crack open the bubbly, but admitted: "One glass of champagne and I'm gone these days."