„It's Love, Brother Love, say
Brother Love's Traveling Salvation Show.
Pack up the babies and grab the old ladies.
And ev'ryone goes, 'cause everyone knows
Brother Love's show.“

—  Neil Diamond, Brother Love's Travelling Salvation Show
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—  Jim Belushi American actor, comedian, singer, and musician 1954
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