Nancy Sinatra is desperate to be remembered for her musical talent, not for being the daughter of MY WAY legend FRANK.
The 64-year-old singer believes her legacy will focus solely on her family connection to the late RAT PACK star and her 1960s song THESE BOOTS ARE MADE FOR WALKING - instead of her 40-year music career, which boasts 22 chart hits.
She explains, "I have two things I'll be remembered for. The first, of course, is 'Frank's daughter.' The second is 'Boots.' And I think that will be about it.
"I'm not happy with that, because I'm so much more than that. I'm a musician. But people don't call me that.
"After 40 years the word they use to describe me is 'camp', and that is so untrue."27/03/2005 21:22
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