Louis has a lot to say in the prologue to to this song. I wish what he wishes.
Gotta Hear Hello Dolly, Ya know?
You just gotta hear this one too He sings of angels singing above. He’s one of them now and I see why the singing of angels has to be so special.
(August 4, 1901 – July 6, 1971
When I was a child in Tennessee the only black people I got to see on TV were Sammy, Louis, and Nat. I was a little boy and I didn’t understand. I still don’t. Now I know they helped take us beyond all of that or at least get us on the road.
In a large way I grew up with Louis Armstrong. He became a part of all of us. Our love for this man flows because of the joy! If you took joy and condensed it, squeezed it down until it was pure, you’d have Louis Armstrong. You made one little boy smile and you’ve made the old man smile with a tear.
Hey Pops, thank you for the joy.
david michael jackson August 4, 2012