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In New Orleans, one of the favorite songs played by jazz bands is, “When the Saints Go Marching In,” and they aren’t just talking football. The tune has been around for decades and was penned in 1896. Louis Armstrong made it famous with a 1938 recording, and it has since been heard around the world, with performances by a variety of musical artists including Pete Fountain, Judy Garland, Pete Seeger, Percy Faith, Elvis Presley and many more. One of the most popular melodies ever recorded, it has stood the test of time.

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