Thanks to empowering footwear, Nancy Sinatra topped the charts in 1966. In “These Boots Are Made for Walkin’,” Frank’s daughter embraces both fashion and assertiveness. There’s not a lot of ambiguity in this annoyingly catchy ditty, which was penned for Nancy by songwriter-producer Lee Hazelwood. The woman is wearing boots (you may have noticed). They were made for walking (and also to look sexy). They are going to walk all over the good-for-nothing guy (it’s about time).
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