"Oh, I loved all kinds of music. I loved danceable music. I just loved all kinds of orchestra music. I loved And polkas. I rather polka than eat. Just love doing that. But anyway, my dad, he taught me to dance. God, I just loved to go dancing. And he would go, but he wouldn't take my mom. I think he was jealous of her, she went up there and danced with somebody else or some darn thing. But anyway, he taught me to dance. And I remember one night we went to that little dance up there at this little town of Timora. And it was just a little banjo, a violin, and a drum and a piano or some darn thing. But anyway, it was about time to go home. And he said we was almost to the door, ready to walk out and he said, 'Well, there's a waltz. I got to go back here and get that gal and dance with her again.' So, he would dance rather than eat, just like me. I would too, I'd rather do that than eat."