"I just write my songs. I do my thing my own way. I say what I see. People either accept it or don't. "
Los Angeles, July 17 - Singer Dolly Parton advocates divorcing parents to be more considerate of emotions and feelings of their children.

Her new song Miss You - Miss Me from her album Blue Smoke shows the perspective of a child whose mother and father have divorced. Parton confessed the song was inspired from a family situation, reports femalefirst.co.uk.

I actually had a niece that was going through a divorce. And my little grand-niece, who was part of that whole divorce, was feeling like she didn't quite understand why there was such problems between her mom and her dad, Parton said.

The 9 to 5 hitmaker writes her songs on her own and doesn't care if people don't respect her point of view.

I just write my songs. I do my thing my own way. I say what I see. People either accept it or don't.

Parton has been married to Carl Dean for 48 years.


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