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"We can't answer King's assassination with violence. That would be the worst tribute we could pay him." Sammy Davis
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"What have I got? No looks, no money, no education. Just talent." Sammy Davis
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"When you lose a lover it's like getting a bad haircut. It grows back in time." Sammy Davis
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"With an ocean between you and your European friends, you have to keep them in your heart." Sammy Davis
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"Would it be better if I'd married a Negro woman? Would they treat my child any better? Erect fewer barriers?" Sammy Davis
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"You always have two choices: your commitment versus your fear." Sammy Davis
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"You can be in this business 50 years and still not know anything about it." Sammy Davis
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"You don't swing where you sleep." Sammy Davis
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"I bought a house in the Hollywood Hills and brought my grandmother from Harlem to live in it with me." Sammy Davis
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