Dolly Parton has an unreleased ‘uplifting and fun’ dance song called ‘Just a Wee Bit Gay’, and we need it right now
Country legend Dolly Parton has revealed that she has written a dance song called ‘Just a Wee Bit Gay’, and we need her to drop literally everything and release it right this minute.
The country singer-songwriter – who is, quite rightly, a gay icon – made the comments in an interview with NewNowNext.
“I’ve been wanting to do more uplifting music,” the star said while talking about a track she recently featured on by electronic duo Galantis.
“It just came to me with this Galantis song, and it’s really uplifting and praising God,” she added.
Dolly Parton: ‘Just A Wee Bit Gay’ and ‘Dance With Me Darling’ might be released one day.
She then revealed that she has written dance tracks in the past but they have never been released – and hinted that they might see the light of day yet.
“I have a song called ‘Dance With Me Darling’, and so I may at some point put that out,” she said.
“I had a song I’d written years ago called ‘Just A Wee Bit Gay’, that’s a dance song and it’s very uplifting and fun.”
We kindly request that Dolly release the song right now and hook it to our veins.
I had a song I’d written years ago called ‘Just A Wee Bit Gay’, that’s a dance song and it’s very uplifting and fun.
Elsewhere in the interview, Dolly threatened to give the gays everything they want by writing even more dance music.
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“This may be the time I think about doing a whole dance record,” she said.
Parton denied longstanding rumours that she is gay earlier this year.
Parton is a longtime LGBT+ ally – so much so that she was forced to deny rumours that she was gay earlier this year.
When questioned about her sexuality by The Sun, and asked if she was living a “secret gay life”, she said: “People love to talk, people love to gossip.”
Addressing her friendship with best friend Judy Ogle, she said: “My best friend Judy and I have been best friends for 64 years, since we were little kids.
“We knew each other, our parents knew each other, we grew up together, we were like sisters, became best friends.
“[Judy] was very quiet, I was very outgoing. So we made perfect friends. We went all through school together, all through high school.”
She concluded: “I’m not gay but I have so many gay friends and I accept everybody for who they are.”