Dolly Parton just shared the story of a wholesome father-daughter, which is sure to warm the hearts of fans.
The nine-time Grammy-winning cast recently opened up about their upbringing on Apple Fitness +’s “Time to Walk” experience, which premiered on Monday. On the episode “Time to Walk”, Parton shared songs and stories with listeners in Apple’s latest effort to encourage physical activity among its users.
A special story told by the lyricist that his father Robert Parton reacted to the news of the construction of a statue in honor of his famous daughter – and what he secretly did.
“I am so proud of that statue of myself … I thought, ‘I have a statue in the courtyard of the courtyard. It is usually reserved for presidents and people who have really done such great things. , “Parton said,” magazine ”
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He continued: “So I went home and I said, ‘Daddy do you know, they’re keeping my statue … down in the courtyard?’ Daddy said, ‘Well, yes, I heard about it.’ He said, “Now for your fans you can be some kind of idol. But for pigeons, you are nothing but another outhouse.”
Parton later revealed that his father would clean the statue at night with “a bucket of soapy water in the back of his pick-up truck” – without anyone knowing.
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“It touched me a lot,” Parton reminded. “I loved my Daddy and wanted him to be proud of himself, because I was proud of him.”
During the episode, Parton mentioned that she felt as if she “met” [her] Work ethic from [her] Dad, “who was a shareholder who eventually consumed tobacco to help his family.
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The “Here You Come Again” singer recently celebrated her 75th birthday last Tuesday, but met the tragedy two days later with the death of her brother, Randy Parton.
The news of Randy’s demise came years after his other brother Floyd Estelle Parton died in 2018.