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Dolly Parton reimagines song 9 to 5 for first Super Bowl commercial

Daily Mail logo Daily Mail 2/2/2021 Tracy Wright For Dailymail.com
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She was the queen of quarantine after giving the gift of funding studies to create a COVID-19 vaccine. 

And Dolly Parton proved the hits just keep on coming as she created a new version of her song 9 to 5 for her first Super Bowl commercial.

The 75-year-old icon teamed up with Squarespace for a new look into the working hours of a creative mind. 

Blessed: Dolly Parton proved the hits just keep on coming as she created a new version of her song 9 to 5 for her first Super Bowl commercial © Provided by Daily Mail Blessed: Dolly Parton proved the hits just keep on coming as she created a new version of her song 9 to 5 for her first Super Bowl commercial

Employees at a mundane office space file away their work while counting down the minutes til quitting time in the opening sequence of the commercial.

Once the five o'clock hour hits, laptops open and paid work ends as budding entrepreneurs start working on their online side projects. 

'Workin' 5 to 9, you've got passion and a vision. 'Cause it's hustlin' time, only way to make a livin',' she sings in the ad. 'Gonna change your life. Do something that gives it meaning with a website that is worthy of your dreamin'!'

a person sitting at a desk: Done for the day: Employees at a mundane office space file away their work while counting down the minutes til quitting time in the opening sequence of the commercial

Done for the day: Employees at a mundane office space file away their work while counting down the minutes til quitting time in the opening sequence of the commercial
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'5 to 9 ... you keep working, working working,' she sings in the chorus. 'Working 5 to 9 til your dreams come true!' 


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Toward the end of the spot, Dolly appears on the cover of the 5 to 9 magazine and flashes her signature wink.  

While chatting with Hoda on Today Tuesday, Dolly admitted that she created something 'real special' while working with the brand. 

'We did something real special working with Squarespace, which as you know, is this new way to get things out there — building your own websites, promoting your own products,' she said. 

a person standing in front of a computer: 'Workin' 5 to 9, you've got passion and a vision. 'Cause it's hustlin' time, only way to make a livin',' she sings in the ad. 'Gonna change your life. Do something that gives it meaning with a website that is worthy of your dreamin'!'

'Workin' 5 to 9, you've got passion and a vision. 'Cause it's hustlin' time, only way to make a livin',' she sings in the ad. 'Gonna change your life. Do something that gives it meaning with a website that is worthy of your dreamin'!'
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'This was a wonderful way to bring back that song and add new words and talk about what these new people are doing so I'm excited about it.'

'I work 365 [days a year]. I'm always working 5 to 9, 9 to 5. I work all hours of the night and day,' she also told The Associated Press. 'Whatever you need to do, you gotta get it done, however many hours it takes.' 

Dolly was revealed to have contributed $1 million to Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, Tennessee, for coronavirus research in April, after the hospital was 'good to her and her family through the years.'

US company Moderna announced its COVID-19 vaccine may be 94.5% effective against Covid-19, and Parton is namechecked in the preliminary report.

Dolly admitted she was 'already at work' and doing interviews when someone asked her on air about the vaccine.

'I'm so excited about the news,' she said during an interview with BBC's The One Show. 'I heard that yesterday and I didn't realize that was part of the program that I was part of. So I feel very, very honored and proud.'

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