Sometimes a little bit of nostalgia does nobody any harm - sadly I remember this when it was released in 1966. I have even got the 45rpm single of it and if my memory is correct the 'B' side is 'The City Never Sleeps At Night'.
Nancy Sinatra was encouraged by Lee Hazlewood to sing the song as if she were a sixteen-year-old girl giving the brush-off to a forty-year-old man. Sinatra's recording of the song was made with the help of notable Los Angeles session musicians known as the Wrecking Crew. This session included Hal Blaine on drums, Al Casey, Tommy Tedesco, Billy Strange and Mike Deasy on guitars, Ollie Mitchell, Roy Caton and Lew McCreary on horns, Carol Kaye on electric bass, and Chuck Berghofer on double bass.
The text below is lifted from Veronica Henry
I've spent about a million pounds in Clarks on children's shoes in the past, but never actually bought a pair for myself. But as I rushed in the other day for a tube of trainer whitener, I spotted these. As a committed boot girl the moment autumn arrives I am clomping around, and these will go with absolutely everything. And the best thing of all? *whispers* - they are incredibly comfortable.
Then I remembered this - they don't make them like this any more!
Leave the arts alone! Interesting reading in the UK press about the demise of 'Women's Commercial Fiction'...