Dolly Parton - Dumb Blonde (1967)

Dolly Parton - Dumb Blonde (1967)

Dolly Parton sings 'Dumb Blonde' at the Bobby Lord show on January 31, 1967. This song was Dolly's first country hit reaching #24 on the chart. Songwriter was Curley Putman.

Lyric:
Don't try to fly your way out of this
Don't try to lie or I catch you in it
Don't try to make me feel sorry for you
Just because I'm blonde don't think I'm dumb
Cause this dumb blond ain't nobody's fool

When you left you thought I'd sit you thought I'd wait
You thought I'd cry you called me dumb blonde
Ah but somehow I live through it and you know
If there's one thing This blonde has learned
Blondes have more fun

You flew too high off of the ground
Pick stormy weather had to come back down
But I found new thread for my old spool
Just because I'm blonde don't think I'm dumb
Cause this dumb blond ain't nobody's fool

[steel]

When you left you thought I'd sit you thought I'd wait
You thought I'd cry you called me dumb blonde
Ah but somehow I live through it and you know
If there's one thing This blonde has learned
Blondes have more fun

You flew too high off of the ground
Pick stormy weather had to come back down
But I found new thread for my old spool
Just because I'm blonde don't think I'm dumb
Cause this dumb blond ain't nobody's fool
Dolly Parton - Dumb Blonde (1967) backup