Dolly Parton’s Joyful Anthem: Better Get to Livin’

Dolly Parton: Backwoods Dolly

Dolly Parton: Better Get to Livin

Dolly Parton’s Better Get to Livin

Dolly Parton’s forthcoming album might be called Backwoods Dolly, but one particularly uplifting single from the album, Better Get to Livin’, shows that the timeless entertainer is more wise philosopher than a painted, plastic country kewpie doll. She introduced this joyful anthem during an earlier prime-time appearance on ABC’s Dancing With the Stars. At the heart of the track is Parton’s sweetly distinctive vocal, backed by the angelic voices of acclaimed gospel songbirds Sonya and Becky Isaacs. The well-crafted lyrics find Parton encouraging others to live life to the fullest. Brimming with Parton’s signature wit, wisdom and personality, it’s the musical equivalent of getting a much-needed boost from your favorite partner.

Dolly Parton: Better Get to Livin

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Photos of the Day: Great Smooch and Big Hats

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The Queen’s Sartorial Commands

The queen has decided to “impose her will” by demanding that “inappropriate” and revealing outfits be banned in The Royal Enclosure at the famous Berkshire sporting event, which runs from June 17 to June 21 at Ascot. A royal source divulged: “Ascot has been overrun with tattoos, inappropriate attire and bare flesh in recent years. The queen has noticed these things and she doesn’t like them. She knows it is something that goes on across the country, but Ascot is her course and she can impose her will there.”

Later this month, race-course chairman and Her Majesty’s Representative at Ascot, the Duke of Devonshire, will send all 80,000 Royal Enclosure badge holders a strict dress code. The rules will include an insistence that ladies wear a hat or “substantial feather fascinator.” Miniskirts and off-the-shoulder dresses will be considered “unsuitable”, as will dresses with straps “less than one-inch wide.” The duke stated: “Midriffs must be covered and trouser suits must be full length and of matching material and colour.”

Ascot course spokesman Nick Smith added to Britain’s Daily Express newspaper: “There won’t be someone in a bowler hat checking straps with a tape measure. It is common sense. Ladies who turn up with bare shoulders will be sold pashimas before they can enter the Royal Enclosure. Standards had also been slipping in the general enclosure and men will be required to wear a shirt and tie. Jeans, no matter how expensive, will not be allowed.”

The Royal Crown Commands: Ladies Must Wear Hats or Fascinators

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