"I remember that first year in the White House was, the worst year of my life...And I used to walk the halls at night, stare up at the faces of my predecessors and think to myself, 'every one of them is a better man than me.' And then one night, out of the East Room, I hear this most glorious sound. I poke my head in, and there you are, eight years old, playing some kind of classical piece so effortlessly. You turned around when you heard me, and you let out a crazy laugh, and you went skipping off down the hallway. And after that, I used to hide around the corner from the East Room just to listen to you play. "