Da Black Whole

Friday, May 12, 2006

Nancy's New Jackboots

These boots are made for walkin'
and that's just what they'll do

One of these days these boots
are gonna walk all over you!!

Nancy Sinatra Gets Hollywood Star

05/11/2006 8:09 PM, AP

Nancy Sinatra pulled on a pair of boots one more time Thursday for a strut on the Walk of Fame.

The 1960s pop icon was honored with a star on Hollywood Boulevard four decades after the debut of her rebel hit "These Boots Are Made for Walkin'" in 1966.

"My advice to young women starting out is hang tough, don't quit — even if it takes 40 years," Sinatra said.

suuuure, Nance, you had SUCH a "tough" time in life, eh?

you're a real Empowered, Self-Made Woman!

'course Daddy's mega-millions and his cadre of Goons paved your yellowbrick road and protected your spoiled little ass at every boot-step, but, what the hell! there's no history like revisionist herstory!

the only thing you ever "hung in there" was your brothers

what "advice" ya got for them, Sug? "Don't strain at the Leash, you'll damage my nails"?

The daughter of Frank Sinatra was also known for her blonde bouffant, vampy style and string of chart-topping tunes, including "Sugar Town" and the James Bond title track "You Only Live Twice."

She wore jeans instead of her trademark miniskirt for the Walk of Fame ceremony.

"I've very proud of my sister," Frank Sinatra Jr. said. "Not only is she a fine talent but a great American."

. . . said the mobster of the mobsteress

In 1967, Nancy Sinatra recorded "Something Stupid," a duet with her father that became a No. 1 hit. She also costarred with Elvis Presley in the 1968 film "Speedway."

Her latest album of new songs, released in 2004, featured collaborations with Morrissey, Sonic Youth, Jarvis Cocker and other rockers.

that manblood ain't ever gonna wash off your purty boots, Nance

wear them proud, wear them forevermore


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