Dolly Parton Quotes

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“I was the first woman to burn my bra - it took the fire department four days to put it out.”
Dolly Parton

Becky Cochrane
“It's over," Keelie said.

Too bad. But I want you to know, I will always love you."

She narrowed her eyes and said, "When you look at me and say that, are you thinking of Dolly Parton or Whitney Houston?"

Burt Reynolds," he said.

She nearly spit out her coffee when she laughed, then she said, "That almost makes me want to try again.”
Becky Cochrane, A Coventry Christmas

Roger Ebert
“In Dallas for the premier of '9 to 5', I had an uncanny experience, and on the plane home to Chicago I confessed it to Siskel: I had been granted a private half hour with Dolly Parton, and as we spoke I was filled with a strange ethereal grace. This was not spiritual, nor was it sexual. It was healing and comforting. Gene listened and said, "Roger, I felt the exact same thing during my interview with her." We looked at each other. What did this mean? Neither one of us ever felt that feeling again. From time to time we would refer to it in wonder.”
Roger Ebert, Life Itself

“I think of country radio like a great lover: you were nice to me, you gave me a lot of cool stuff, and then you dumped my ass for another woman.”
Dolly Parton, Dream More

“A bird & a fish can fall in love, but where do they make a home?”
Dolly Parton

Kate Lebo
“If you love peanut butter pie, you are either Dolly Parton or someone who loves her.”
Kate Lebo, A Commonplace Book of Pie

Damian Barr
“Mary the Canary lives in a cloud of perfume and colours. She's an auxiliary nurse by day and a country and western singer by night: bed pans and power ballass. She's so glamorous she makes Mrs Hart look plain. She is the other woman and I'm bring trained to hate her even though I've never met her.”
Damian Barr, Maggie & Me

“Me and God have a great relationship, but we're both seeing other people.”
Dolly Parton

“All the best things in my life have started with a Dolly Parton song.”
Julie Murphy, Dumplin'