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Knowing he wouldn't listen to her explanation, she penned a song 'which explained the way I felt'. It didn't, however, stop him launching a lawsuit against her. But it did prove that she was no pushover. Elvis Presley wanted to record I Will Always Love You, but only if she signed over half the rights to him - which she refused to do.
It eventually became one of the best-selling songs of all time thanks to Whitney Houston's rendition of it in Later, I came off them and still nothing happened. I don't feel sad about it, because when I started doing work for children's charities, I thought maybe God didn't want me to have kids, so that everyone else's kids could be mine.
He is never seen at his wife's side in public, and Dolly says he has only ever seen her perform once. Parton's Islands In The Stream duet with Kenny Rogers was voted the greatest country duet of all time in They met on the day she arrived in Nashville to seek stardom.
He was driving past just as she was about to go into a laundrette, and he pulled over to talk to her. I know we'll always be together till one of us dies, and I hope we can go together because it'll be sad for the one who's left behind, as I don't think either of us would marry again. Rumours of affairs with film costars Burt Reynolds, Sylvester Stallone and even a relationship with her assistant Judy Ogle have abounded, with Dolly herself being mischievous enough to keep the rumours going.
So is it a case of the looser the grip, the tighter the hold with regards to her marriage?
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Maybe I was thinking that I'd been selfish not to have had children. You have all these different ones so you can completely change your hairstyle any time you please. How long were you sick? It was brought on by a lot of emotional problems that I was having.Dolly Parton, Sylvester Stallone - Woke Up In Love
I had to make a lot of decisions with a lot of people I had been with for years and years, and we were not helping each other emotionally. We did great business together, but it was just very hard. Did you have to fire some people? But in this particular case, I was going through a lot of problems with family and stuff. With [your husband] Carl? No, me and Carl are fine. We have no problems at all. First time for him and first time for me. How did you meet?
I met him the first day I got to Nashville, in I graduated on a Friday night, went to Nashville on a Saturday morning with dirty clothes and I went to a Laundromat looking for anything but love. We dated for two years before we got married.
Do you get lonely on the road? Yes, but I can fix that shit. Though it causes me trouble. At the time I was making some decisions, making myself go way, way back to muddy waters.
I had to make some decisions that I needed to make for years, But I kept holding on because I loved these people so much, a person in particular, but we were just destroying each other emotionally because we loved each other so much. Was this a personal affair and somebody you were working with? Yes, it was a personal business affair.
It was just very painful. I was going through a period of time that the nerves and the tension and the stress were actually what got me sick. So then it was like, which came first, the chicken or the egg? I just kept getting worse and worse and then I started having stomach problems, ulcers and intestinal problems. But it was the best thing that ever happened to me. It made me really smart. When I was flat on my back I realized that I could never retire, that I hated it, that I would never get myself in that place again.
You could be a great preacher. What do you mean? I am a great preacher. Your grandfather was a preacher. Yes, he was with the Church of God. Do you go to church regularly? Yes, all the time. As a child I was scared to death of hellfire and brimstone, but I loved to sing.
Do you work out? Not much, but I do, some. What did you stop eating? I was always just a hog, I still am. I like to do everything, and I like to do it all the way that I want to do it. I was always a junk food person, still am. I just try to eat less and I try to think of my diet now like a job, five days a week. I gained a lot of weight when I was sick.
I was taking a lot of hormones for female problems I was having. I walk tall, I got a tall attitude. It was right after that diet that I gained so much more back. That was my second film, and it was so close to my personality as far as me getting to say what I wanted to say, dress the way that I like to dress, that I was real comfortable in the part.
Like 9 to 5, I always joke about playing a secretary.
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That was good, but that was not really my true nature. You were great in that. I make a better whore than a secretary. You made 9 to 5 a big hit. That was a special thing. I was real proud of that. I always laugh at myself. I knew that script back and forth in two weeks. Does acting come naturally to you? I think I can act or I can react.
Coming from a musical background and being a dramatic singer and writer, when I write stuff I really feel it. So I sing it like it comes from here. What are your favorite movies? Did you have a happy childhood?
I think I did. At that time I wanted more. I lived in fairy tales and storybooks, and I knew that we were missing a lot that I saw in books, but we were real happy. You see, Mom and Dad stayed together. We had our problems. Daddy, he often ran around and he had some children outside of us, but he was a good father and a good husband. He always came home. But he always loved Mama and always treated us good.
It was hard times. Mama was sick a lot and there were a lot of depressing times. What was good about it was we lived out in the country. We were very close to nature and free to grow up the way we did.
We lived close to God and close to nature.
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Her latest album, Better Day, is her 41st. Another string to her bow: Opening her own theme park, Dollywood, in 'Some people didn't think I was a class act because of my looks,' she says. She even has her own literacy programme, which distributes 2. Dolly and her husband have never had children of their own, although she says, 'I think I became more productive through not having children. I never really had the desire to have them.
My husband didn't want them either, so it worked out well. But I always wear heels, even around the house Dolly has been writing songs ever since she was seven growing up 'dirt poor' on a farm in Sevier County, Tennessee. The fourth of 12 children, she soon discovered her talent, and that, coupled with her extraordinary looks, was a passport to fame and popularity.
When she pitched up in Nashville as a teenager with that voice and that figure, did any of the male music honchos even bother talking to her face? I never slept with anybody to get ahead in my career. It didn't take long for them to realise I wasn't there to sell my body, but because my work was worthy.
I'll always do nips and tucks to keep everything up If Dolly's songs are her children, some of them, such as I Will Always Love You, have been over-achievers.