George Gershwin fell in love with music when he was young. He saw one of his classmates play a classical peice on voilin. And was very impressed. His mom bought a piano, and he took lessons. Later, at the age of fifteen, he quit school and took a job as a plugger. He played music owned by the company to persuade customers to buy them. Later, he met a lyricist, and together, they wrote "Swanee."
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