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"Way down yonder in New Orleans/In the land of dreamy scenes/There's a garden of Eden/You know what I mean." Louis Armstrong
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"Your truck is under water," Louis Armstrong
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"I felt bad at first. I'm like, what are we doing in Utah? I thought we were going to San Antonio like the National Guard told us. Man, we wound up far away from the south, but I've adjusted and I'm about to start my life over here in Utah." Louis Armstrong
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"Melting pots" Louis Armstrong
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"Bill Bailey, Won't You Please Come Home." Louis Armstrong
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"I'm going to miss Robert's market, the cleaners and the dentist, ... But we'll deal with that." Louis Armstrong
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"There are some people that if they don't know, you can't tell them." Louis Armstrong
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"There is no such thing as 'on the way out' as long as you are still doing something interesting and good; you're in the business because you're breathing" Louis Armstrong
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"Man, if you gotta ask you'll never know." Louis Armstrong
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"I got a simple rule about everybody. If you don't treat me right -- shame on you!" Louis Armstrong
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