Dolly Parton has celebrated her 77th birthday by releasing new music.
The Country singer whose new album 'Rockstar' is in the works, has released her new single 'Don't Make Me Come Down There', which are the words spoken from God on a mountain top in a dream the singer had.
“I got up, I started writing this song over a period of weeks, months", Parton said when announcing the track. “I got up, I started writing this song over a period of weeks, months".
The lyrics for the track which you can listen to below, read like this.
“Don’t make me have to come down there / My children, you had best beware / If you don’t pay attention, consequences will be dire / Don’t make me have to come down there".
“Politics, earthquakes, erratic weather / Pandemics, war, and hate,” Parton sings on its bridge. “Still, you’d rather turn a deaf ear, a blind eye / I am wondering whether I should take my Bible belt and whip you into shape".